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Creosote-treated logs targeted at park beach clean up

Washington officials will begin removing creosote-treated logs from the beach at Seahurst Park in Burien as part of a statewide effort to clean up the state’s shorelines.

UPDATED: Tue., Sept. 25, 2018

Mary Kay Letourneau interviewed with husband she was convicted of raping as a student

On Aug. 8, 1997, Mary Kay Letourneau plead guilty to rape of a child, Vili Fualaau, who is now her husband. The Fualaau family – including daughters 21-year-old Audrey and …

Attack on Burien mayor over city’s sanctuary-city policy investigated as hate crime

King County sheriff’s detectives are investigating the alleged assault of Burien Mayor Jimmy Matta as a possible hate crime after he reported being attacked Saturday night by an unidentified man …

UPDATED: Fri., April 27, 2018

Car, school bus crash in Burien; 2 critically hurt in car

Authorities say a car collided with a school bus full of children in Burien, critically injuring two people in the car.

1 dead, 1 critical after paddleboat capsizes in Puget Sound

The Coast Guard says one man has died and another woman is in critical condition after their paddleboat capsized in Puget Sound just south of Seattle.

Seattle suburb may decide repeal of ‘sanctuary city’ status

Voters in the small Seattle suburb of Burien may decide this fall whether to repeal the city’s so-called “sanctuary city” ordinance aimed at protecting immigrants.

UPDATED: Tue., July 4, 2017

Shoot-out between 2 cars ends with injuries and arrest

A shoot-out between two cars in Burien, Washington, ended when one car rammed the other, sending two suspects to the hospital and a third to jail.

UPDATED: Fri., June 23, 2017

Man shot by deputy in Burien was carrying pen, not knife

A man who was fatally shot by a King County Sheriff’s deputy in Burien around midnight June 13 was carrying a pen and not a knife as initially reported, the …

Starbucks to open West Seattle store, provide youth job training

Starbucks plans to open a store in West Seattle’s White Center next year as part of the company’s nationwide initiative supporting economic development in low- to medium-income communities.

Driver had a monkey on his back even before he got arrested

A Washington state driver who had a monkey on his back wound up with handcuffs on his wrists.