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Now displaying: March, 2016
Mar 25, 2016

Weekly Recap for Mar. 25-27, 2016: Washington State Patrol seeking public’s help solving drive-by shooting; ground broken for new Puget Sound Skills Center building; Des Moines City Council update; Jack Mayne Commentary; 'The Final Take' & more...

Mar 18, 2016

Weekly Recap for Mar. 18-20, 2016: Woman shoots boyfriend in stomach; Hatchet-wielding man shot & killed by customer; Dad gets 12 years in beating death of infant; I-5 construction work coming; Jack Mayne Commentary; 'The Final Take' & more...

Mar 16, 2016

Daily Podcast for Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2016: man sentenced to 12 years in prison for beating death of his 8-month old daughter in Burien in 2014; public meeting on annexation of White Center by the City of Seattle will be Thursday; Burien P.D. seeking public's help & more...

Mar 11, 2016

Weekly Recap for 3/11-3/13/16: Man accused of fatal car crash claims GPS unit distracted him; Highline Public Schools Teacher acquitted of rape charges; 2 arrested for school arson; update on man beaten in Burien; Normandy Park Police fundraiser close to its goal; Tukwila motels demolished; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast; 'The Final Take' & more...

Mar 11, 2016

Daily Podcast for Thursday, Mar. 10, 2016: A jury has acquitted Darcy Smith, a former Highline Public Schools teacher accused of rape; see a free screening of the award-winning documentary “Most Likely to Succeed" in Tukwila on March 19; Explorer West 7th grader Sarah Jenner wins ACT Theatre fest; the annual Cove to Clover 5K fundraiser kicks off this Friday night with a Pub Crawl...

Mar 9, 2016

Daily Podcast for Wednesday, March 9., 2016: Donors have raised over $131,000 of the $142,000 target goal to ‘Save Normandy Park Police'!;  Burien City Council considering new 'Youth Council'; 9-1-1 Citizen’s Academy coming in April & kids can swim with large chunks of ice this Friday at Mt. Rainier Pool...

Mar 9, 2016

Daily Podcast for Tuesday, Mar. 8, 2016:  A 20-year old Kent man accused of causing a deadly crash in Burien on Oct. 24, told police he was distracted by a GPS unit mounted to his windshield when he drove through a red light; Highline Schools Foundation Gold Star Award nominees announced; 13-year old special needs student Cassidy Huff awarded Burien's 'Citizen of the Year'...

Mar 8, 2016

Daily Podcast for Monday, Mar. 7, 2016: Burien Parks’ annual ‘EGGstravaganza’ is coming to the Community Center on Saturday, March 26; Burien UFO Festival organizers are seeking Artists to participate in a Costume Contest and Fashion Show; pianos & piano players needed for the Burien Film Festival; online registration for 'Cove to Clover' ends Wednesday...

Mar 5, 2016

Weekly Recap for Mar. 4-6, 2016: Prolific Normandy Park identity thief convicted; Should White Center be annexed by Seattle? Name a new Tukwila Park; Puget Sound Weather Geek forecast, Jack Mayne Commentary & more...

Mar 3, 2016

Daily Podcast for Thursday, Mar. 3, 2016: Kennedy Catholic High Boys Basketball team upset Bellevue in the first round of the Hardwood Classic state tournament Thursday morning; 11-year old Photojournalist Isabel has great photos of Highline Wrestlers; Dept. of Ecology seeking public comment in Des Moines & more...

Mar 3, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Wednesday, Mar. 2, 2016: 'Mike's Community Cup' in SeaTac is back up for sale after new owner backs out; multicultural potluck in White Center Friday night; Poverty Bay Wine Fest is this weekend!

Mar 1, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Tuesday, Mar. 1, 2016: Congrats to the Kennedy Catholic High School Lancers Boys Basketball team for moving onto State; Community Salmon Investigation’s 2015 Findings will be presented Mar. 7 & 10; Burien Film Festival seeking more entrants, releases 'crest' artwork for 18 neighborhoods...

Mar 1, 2016

Daily Video Podcast for Feb. 29, 2016: Happy Leap Day! Des Moines City Council unanimously approved a resolution opposing methanol plant in Tacoma; Des Moines Legacy Foundation buys art sculpture, freezers & more; Burien's 'Animal Camera' band advances to finals of EMP's Sound Off!

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