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Kent's economy has varied as it evolved. First, hops crops were prominent in the 1880s, then the city went to dairy farming after the turn of the 20th century, followed by Kent being identified as the "Lettuce Capital of the World," and then in 1965 Boeing began building in Kent. Other aerospace and high-tech companies followed suit in a few years. During its dairy farming years, Kent was home to a Carnation Condensed Milk plant.

Population: 88380
Local Newspapers: The News Tribune The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Tacoma Rainiers (Pacific Coast League baseball) Tacoma Jazz (International Basketball League)
Local Colleges: Green River Community College Highline Community College

Zip Codes associated with kent, washington: 98022 98031 98032 98042
Towns/Cities near kent, washington : Midway Covington East Hill-Meridian Des Moines

Kent News
Police make Kent homicide arrest after car chase

Kent police arrested a SeaTac man early Wednesday morning in connection with the slain woman found on a wooden trail Saturday evening. Kent police arrested a SeaTac man early Wednesday morning in connection with the slain woman found on a wooden trail Saturday evening.

Council discusses potential rental rights legislation, ponders rights ordinance

Returning to earlier discussions of ways to prevent landlords indiscrimately evicting low income tenants and failing to provide needed repairs in a timely fashion was the major issue at the Monday Burien City Council meeting. Council also considered the possibility of a "Just Cause Eviction Ordinance" to keep landlords from arbitrarily forcing people out of rental properties, something Mayor Jimmy Matta and others discussed during the recent election and a few times at Council sessions.

Man fatally shot at Kent apartment complex

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Troopers report 'active shooter' on SR 509 near Burien/SeaTac Wednesday

Troopers say they are searching for the shooter, and are asking anyone nearby to remain vigilant, and if you see any suspicious activity to call 911 immediately. One witness who drove through the area near Des Moines Memorial Drive reported seeing heavily-armed police with high-powered rifles on the scene.

Warehouse sells for $10.5M

A Kent Valley warehouse property at 7819 S. 206th St. has sold for $10.5 million, according to King County records.

Protest, counterprotest Saturday at Kent Planned Parenthood

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Do you know how to drive through a traffic circle?

The Washington State Department of Transportation explains how to safely navigate the multi-lane traffic circle, also known as a roundabout, at the intersection of Guide Meridian and Pole Road . Potholes are a constant challenge for drivers.

Homemade explosives likely cause of blast that destroyed SUV in Federal Way, police say

A 34-year-old Federal Way man accused of blowing up his SUV with homemade explosives on Tuesday evening was charged Thursday with possession of an incendiary device, according to King County prosecutors. Police and federal agents seized 22 pounds of triacetone triperoxide, known as TATP, and 20 pounds of explosive tannerite from a shed, car and the house where Joshua Brooks lives with his parents, charging papers say.

Connelly: Supreme Court lifts $100,000/day penalty

The Washington state Supreme Court, in 2015, soon after imposing a $100,000-a-day fine on the Legislature for not moving fast enough in its "Paramount Duty" to fully fund K-12 education. The Washington state Supreme Court, in 2015, soon after imposing a $100,000-a-day fine on the Legislature for not moving fast enough in its "Paramount Duty" to fully fund K-12 education.

Authorities arrest 35 in Western Washington drug busts

From left at center, Des Moines Police Chief Ken Thomas, DEA Special Agent in Charge Keith Weis,, FBI Special Agent in Charge Jay Tabb Jr., and Puyallup Deputy Chief of Police Dave McDonald, stand Wednesday, June 6, 2018, near photos of guns and drugs seized by authorities earlier in the year in connection with a crackdown on drug trafficking during a news conference in Kent, Wash. Authorities were on hand to discuss the arrest earlier in the day of approximately three dozen people connected with a violent drug trafficking group in Western Washington, which was the fourth in a series of joint federal-state takedowns of drug organizations in the area in recent months, leading to more than 80 arrests in all.

Highline Public Schools warns of possible threat to Mt. Rainier High Wednesday

Highline Public Schools issued a warning Tuesday evening, June 5, about a threat to Mount Rainier High School on Wednesday, June 6. "These rumors may stem from a threat to a Kent school posted on social media earlier this week," the district said in a statement . "The Kent student responsible was taken into police custody yesterday, and the threat was determined not to be credible."

Council backs SR 509 extension to I-5; reminds fireworks are illegal in Burien

Even though the Burien City Council unanimously endorsed a state project to finish the connection of State Route 509, it is not expected to cost local taxpayers any Burien money. The Council was told by Public Works Director Maiya Andrews that completing SR 509 to I-5 is to complete the connection to the regional transportation network, which supports travel to destinations in the south.

Longtime Burien Resident Kenneth Lee Coole has passed; memorial is July 1

Born 03/15/1947, Ken graduated from Cleveland High School in 1965. He enlisted in the Army in 1967 and went to Vietnam as an Helicopter crew chief, then on to Germany to finish military Service.

Reward for info leading to missing Bonney Lake teen increases to $5,000

Five days after the suspect accused of kidnapping 15-year-old Lily Christopherson was arrested, the teenager is still missing . Now the search for her intensifying.

As the Squire Shop rebuild is underway, pieces of history come together

A year into its rebuild, the 1979 Squire Shop is in full swing. Owner Gary Laws and his crew have been working on it every week.

vendor attends statewide homelessness conference

Vendor Lisa Sawyer bangs a gong to raise awareness of homelessness at City Hall in January 2017. Photo by Jon Williams My name is Lisa Sawyer.

Two people hurt in Kent crashTwo people were hurt in a crash on the...

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E. Idaho police officer dies of apparent heart attack

Shelley Police Chief Rod Mohler says Sgt. Kent Swanson suffered the heart attack at about 10:30 p.m. Monday.

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