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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
Man charged in shooting deaths of 2 at Kent homeless camp

For almost a year, Kent police were unable to identify a suspect in the deaths of two people at a homeless encampment on 88th Avenue South. Louisa Campos, 32, was killed Aug. 12, 2016.

CarlsonCast Aug16--7am hour

The Everett WA business owner who created this "Tweakerville" message on his digital sign, Gary Watts, talks to KVI's John Carlson about how badly the homeless and heroin/meth addiction problem has exploded in the city and especially near his business, Z Sport Automative.

Police make arrest in transient camp shootings

Authorities have made an arrest in the shooting deaths of a man and woman in a transient camp in Kent, Washington, a year ago. KOMO reports Kent police arrested a 30-year-old Covington man Saturday.

Options vanishing for second King County safe injection site

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Not This Time calls for police reform, improved accountability

Photos by Michelle Ranken: King County Sheriff John Urquhart addresses attendees of a Not This Time meeting on Wednesday, Aug. 9. Not This Time founder Andre Taylor speaks about the need for violence de-escalation training and how people of color are more likely to be victims of excessive or fatal police force. On the morning of Aug. 9, a young man by the name of Eugene Nelson was fatally shot by police in Kent.

Tacoma Stars announce tryout, home opener and three returning players

The Tacoma Stars announced that tryouts for the 2017-2018 season will be held from 7-11 pm on Saturday, Sept. 22. The tryouts are at the Tacoma Soccer Center and there is a $50 fee.

The Morning News: Heidi Spends Her Weekend with Socialists, State Investigates Farmworker Death

Heidi and the Socialists: Heidi spent her weekend at the Democratic Socialists of America convention in Chicago to find out how they plan to pull American politics left. The answer, it seems, lies in local politics-and in promoting policies that the Democrats are currently unwilling to embrace.

Kent Police Fatally Shoot Man They Say Dragged an Officer

Officers in Kent, Washington, shot and killed a man they say dragged an officer while driving off in a stolen car. Kent Police spokesman Jarod Kasner says officers were responding to a domestic violence call early Wednesday morning when they saw a man run away and get into a car that was later confirmed as stolen.

Kent police shoot and kill suspect Around midnight...

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The Political Desk - Results

OK, it's been a week or so, and most of the results are pretty much settled . Here's what we got for Fall: King County Proposition No.

CONSTRUCTION: More weekend I-5 work; closures on SR 509 coming in Sept.

Three more weekends of lane reductions on northbound I-5 between Kent and Tukwila are scheduled this month, along with three weekends that will reduce both directions of SR 509 to a single lane in Burien. Contractor crews working for the Washington State Department of Transportation will be hard at work to #ReviveI5 and improve SR 509 : "We know that weekend-long lane reductions cause delays for drivers, but the work produces tremendous benefits," said WSDOT Regional Administrator Lorena Eng.

Heat sears Pacific Northwest

People in the Pacific Northwest were enduring another scorching day Thursday as temperatures pushed toward triple digits, affecting outdoor activities such as transit and sporting events. Temperatures once again flirted with records as residents of the region face one of its most prolonged heat waves in years.

King County Executive Dow Constantine Orders Inquest into the Fatal...

Giovonn Joseph-McDade's childhood friend Alycea DeLong holds up a sweatshirt with McDade's photo on it outside the Kent Police Department at a demonstration with family members earlier this month. Shortly after midnight on June 24, a Kent police officer shot and killed 20-year-old Giovonn Joseph-McDade after pursuing his car into a local cul de sac.

Temperate Northwest gets blasted with furnace-like heat

The temperatures feel particularly searing in normally temperate cities across Oregon and Washington, where many people do not have air conditioning because they rarely need it. Many communities have opened cooling centers and warned residents to stay hydrated, avoid strenuous activity and keep their dogs out of parked vehicles.

Pacific Northwest Gets Blasted With Furnace-Like Heat

Forecasts for triple-digit heat have caused a minor panic across the Pacific Northwest, a region famous for cool weather that is getting blasted with a Phoenix-like furnace after a coastal weather pattern went into reverse. The temperatures feel particularly searing in normally temperate cities across Oregon and Washington, where many people do not have air conditioning because they rarely need it.

Growers rely on dwindling immigrant workforce to harvest onions - Sun, 30 Jul 2017 PST

It takes a crew of onion pickers just a few hours to transform a field from a sea of knee-high green to a dusty-brown collection of onion bulbs. After farmers drive over with a tractor to undercut the bulbs, workers stream through, grabbing the loose onions and pulling them up.

New Highline program aims to increase diversity of teaching corps

The racial diversity of teachers in six school districts in south King County is low relative to the racial makeup of the districts' students, according to data from Washington's Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction. October 2015 figures from the Auburn, Federal Way, Highline, Kent, Renton, and Tukwila districts reveal that students of color make up 69 percent of the total population of nearly 105,000 students - while classroom teachers of color account for only 15 percent of the nearly 6,000 classroom teachers in these six districts.

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