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Man, 18, shot in head, Tukwila police seek suspects

TUKWILA — King County authorities are searching for suspects after a 19-year-old man was shot in the head in Tukwila.KOMO-TV reported that the Federal Way man was taken to a hospital Tuesday in critical condition.

Date: 12/09/2015 | Northwest

Police seek biker with ‘hatred’ tattoo in Tukwila shooting

TUKWILA — Police are seeking a biker with “hatred” tattooed on his forehead in connection with a Tukwila shooting.

Date: 08/28/2015 | Northwest

Black man gets $175,000 after ankle broken by white officer in Tukwila

TUKWILA — The city of Tukwila will pay $175,000 to a black man whose ankle was broken during a 2011 arrest by a white officer who said: “This one isn’t going to play basketball anymore.”

Date: 07/16/2015 | Northwest

Fatal crash on I-5 near Tukwila snarls traffic

SEATTLE — The Washington State Patrol says one man was fatally injured in a collision between a car and a commercial truck on southbound I-5 near Tukwila.The Seattle Times reported that the State Patrol said several people performed CPR on the man at the crash scene late Monday afternoon. He was...

Date: 03/31/2015 | Northwest

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