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  • Kent’s unique pediatric center helps babies born to addiction

    KENT, Wash. – It looks like any other nursery in any other community, with newborns in the caring arms of nurses being rocked to sleep. But the babies at the Pediatric Interim Care Center in Kent are also waging a battle against addiction. “With any baby, you’re not going to know what the withdrawals are going to be like until the baby is born,” said Barbara Drennen, the director at the care center. She has been helping babies born addicted to […]

  • This is Kent’s plan to boost the salmon population and reduce flooding

    KENT, Wash. – It’s hard to find a prettier sight in Kent. At the Elliott Farm, the fall colors shadow an array of animals from baby cows and donkeys, to llamas. But in this area, there is also the occasional unwanted visitor. “At least once a year, maybe even twice, when the river is full, we get water,” said Bruce Elliott. He’s talking about flooding. The Green River goes right through Kent. The Howard Hanson dam helps keep the river […]

  • VENOM tries to find his motivation

    Somebody needs a speech. Monologuing in movies gets a bad rep these days, especially in superhero movies. But in Venom, that famous Spiderman villain appearing in a movie with no Spiderman, someone at some point needs to step up and explain their motivation and why they are doing what they are doing. The villain (Riz Ahmed) does his villain stuff, because well, he’s the bad guy. The antihero Eddie Brock, a game Tom Hardy, also offers no real reason for […]

  • Man killed in shooting in Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood

    A man was killed in a shooting early Friday morning in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood.

  • Puyallup’s love of football: Catching up with the Huard brothers

    People in Puyallup love football. The high schools have heated rivalries, and the Puyallup High Vikings have a storied history of excellence.

  • Ezra Meeker: The influence Puyallup’s first mayor still has on the city today

    The planning of Puyallup began in 1877, conducted by Ezra Meeker- a man who traveled the Oregon trail for five months with his family all the way from Iowa, to Portland, before eventually settling in Washington in 1862.

  • Police, firefighters greet 9-year-old girl at crosswalk where she nearly lost her life

    Renton girl takes her first courageous steps across a Renton street with the help of police and firefighters.

  • Alpha: A boy and his dog adventure in a cold, cruel world

    Life in Europe 20,000 years ago was rough, with beasts around every turn ready to eat you. But the boy at the center of Alpha is able to befriend one of those hungry predators, and in doing so, starts a beautiful “best” friendship that we all enjoy today. The boy, Keda, goes on the hunt with his tribe, but is left for dead by his dad, and his people, after a nasty fall. A confrontation with a wolf pack ends […]

  • Everett’s real estate market booming despite fears about Paine Field’s growth

    Hundreds of flights a day fly out of Paine Field in Everett. But soon passenger flights will begin there and that means large jets soaring over the areas around Paine Field. That has sparked some concerns from people who live there.

  • New passenger terminal at Paine Field ‘will be very inviting’

    When Paine Field was built in 1936, it was planned as a commercial passenger airport. But World War 2 changed those plans, and passenger flights were put on the backburner.

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