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Now displaying: January, 2016
Jan 29, 2016

Weekly Recap for the weekend of Jan. 29, 2016: Man found shot in Burien most likely from gang-related violence; jury says City of SeaTac must pay ~$10 million to developer; Des Moines Creek Trail still closed; Puget Sound Weather Geek's weekend forecast; NEW–'The Final Take' & more...

Jan 29, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016: WSDOT inspects Marine View Drive Bridge, decides to keep Des Moines Creek Trail below closed; the annual ‘Open Bite Nite’ fundraiser for Burien CARES Animal Control will be Saturday night & more...

Jan 27, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Wed., Jan. 27, 2016: Arun Jhaveri, Burien’s first mayor, announced Wednesday that he will run for the congressional seat being vacated by Jim McDermott; multi-lingual signs installed in Des Moines to help reduce illegal harvesting of crab; Not in School? Come to the Pool...

Jan 27, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2016: The Des Moines Creek Trail has been closed until further notice; new SeaTac Mayor Rick Forschler defends decision to hire Donny Payne as City Manager; Burien City Council approves spending for strategic planner & new website + more

Jan 26, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Monday, Jan. 25, 2016: Man found shot in Burien Monday may be victim of gang related violence; concerns about new pot store in Des Moines; jury says City of SeaTac must pay $10 million to developer & more...

Jan 23, 2016

Weekly Recap for Jan. 22, 2016: Major drug bust surprises quiet Gregory Heights neighborhood; burglary suspect arrested; video of vehicle theft suspect tracked by police helicopter; weather forecast & more...

Jan 22, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Thursday, Jan. 21, 2016: Relay for Life Highline, an annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, will be moving to a new location on Saturday, June 11; 2 cars smashed into 2 different businesses in White Center, neither of which have drive-thru service; win 2 tickets to the Poverty Bay Wine Festival & more...

Jan 21, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Wednesday, Jan. 20, 2016: Burien Police respond to disturbance call, then find major drug operation at a home in Gregory Heights; SeaTac City Council selects Donny Payne as interim City Manager; Discover Burien holding educational event on business taxes...

Jan 20, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Tuesday, Jan. 19, 2016: KC's Family Restaurant closes, will become Burien's 1st legal Pot Store; suspect wanted in connection with burglaries in North Hill neighborhood arrested; 2nd annual Burien Film Festival will be April 1st, and organizers are seeking Artists...

Jan 16, 2016

Weekly Recap for Jan. 15, 2016: fatal shooting victim identified as Highline High School student; new Mayors elected in Des Moines & Normandy Park; bomb threat made to local school via social media; woman's body found in White Center home; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; Jack Mayne Commentary & more...

Jan 15, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Thursday, Jan. 14, 2016: In its first meeting with three new members, the Normandy Park City Council made an unusual decision to make a newly-elected member its new Mayor; suspected mail thief arrested in Normandy Park; Highline Public Schools seeking input on its new plan that ensures that every student in the class of 2026 will graduate bilingual and bi-literate; Not in school? Come to Mt. Rainier Pool on MLK Day for an Open Swim...

Jan 14, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Wednesday, Jan. 13, 2016: Another shooting reported at the Heights in Burien Wed. afternoon; police find body of woman in White Center house that had been there "for weeks"; bomb threat at Tukwila middle school; Highline Schools Foundation announces expanded scholarships; what does a scuba diver find at Three Tree Point...

Jan 13, 2016

SoKing News Daily Podcast for Tuesday, Jan. 12, 2016: Update on renovation of the storm-damaged Redondo Boardwalk; new owner of restaurant at former Mick Kelly’s Irish Pub announces name for new establishment; PDC rejects complaint against Highline Public Schools...

Jan 12, 2016

Victim of Friday’s fatal shooting at the Heights in Burien apartment complex was identified by Highline Public Schools; Pacific Middle School students got a rare opportunity to talk politics with Senator Karen Keiser; volunteers needed to help put finishing touches on new Burien Dog Park this coming Saturday...

Jan 9, 2016

Weekly Recap for Jan. 8, 2016: Normandy Park Police arrest burglary suspect; White Center Key Bank robbed; Student caught with gun on campus; DUI fatality in Tukwila; Jack Mayne Commentary & more...

Jan 8, 2016

Burien’s annual Empty Bowls fundraiser will again hold Lunch and Dinner events on Friday, Jan. 29 at the Burien Community Center; a Key Bank in White Center was robbed late Wednesday afternoon, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office; and the 3rd Annual 80s Dodgeball Birthday Party and FUN-raiser will be held on Saturday, Jan. 23, at the Normandy Park Recreation Center...

Jan 7, 2016

Gov. Jay Inslee launched a new gun control initiative at Navos in Burien Wednesday, and we've got video of his speech; the new SeaTac City Council held a special session Tuesday night, and unanimously fired City Manager Todd Cutts; If you’d like to know the latest on the rebuilding of the storm-damaged Redondo Boardwalk, come to the MaST Center in Des Moines on Friday; and Highline Public Schools will be holding a Job Fair on Thursday, Jan. 14...

Jan 6, 2016

Three schools in the White Center area were put into lockdown Tuesday morning; Burien City Councilmember Lucy Krakowiak re-elected as Mayor at Monday night’s meeting; and the North Highline Unincorporated Area Council will be holding a “Community Conversation” on Marijuana this Thursday night...

Jan 5, 2016

A student was caught – and stopped – attempting to carry a handgun onto the Highline High School campus in Burien on Monday, Jan. 4; State Sen. Karen Keiser will meet with over 30 Pacific Middle School students to talk politics Wednesday; the Environmental Science Center's next Moonlight Beach Walk series will be this Saturday night...

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