Surviving domestic violence and the streets

“I have nowhere to go and having to go back to that is a horrible, vicious cycle”: Woman without home, job and car struggles to rebuild life.

Federal Way Council selects pro and con marijuana advisory committee

Six residents were appointed to two advisory committees regarding Proposition No. 1 on the November ballot, one pro and one con.

Federal Way woman dies after crash on SR 167

Heather Tingley, 37, died at Harborview Medical Center the day after the crash.

Authorities still putting together pieces of fatal gunfight at Auburn apartment

The gunfight killed 20-year-old Noah Malik Nettles of Federal Way on June 28.

Federal Way mayor talks homelessness, crime at town hall

Mayor Jim Ferrell responds to concerned residents during second Facebook Live Town Hall.

Female veterans honored at Federal Way barbecue

The Federal Way Vet Center honored women who served in the armed forces at annual barbecue.

Countywide birthday party sparks hope for girls aging out of foster care

Celebrate 18! was held by nonprofit Eileen & Callie’s Place on Saturday.

Public meeting on Sea-Tac Airport impact study July 24 at Tyee High School

Department of Commerce hosts first public information meeting about study of ongoing impact of growing operations at airport.

Camelot Elementary recognized by King County Green Schools Program for conservation efforts

The school’s “Green Team” supports recycling efforts in the school, helps run the school garden and holds a Green Festival.

FUSION’s 20th housing unit to help another homeless family

Robin O’Grady, executive director of FUSION, said this home will help them continue the good work they are doing in the community.

King County Correctional Facility is located at 500 5th Ave., Seattle. File photo

King County jail’s leaky pipes have national implications

Lawsuit filed in King County Superior Court alleges Aquatherm has been selling faulty pipes.

Opinion

Primary for Kochmar, Pagliocco and Festa

Kochmar is clear frontrunner, but could be close race between challengers.

 

2020 Census and the importance of being counted

Census affects everything from government representation to federal funding.

 

Marketplace

‘Mischief and mayhem’ take Centerstage in eclectic theater season

Save on season tickets for Centrestager Theatre 2019-20 performances

 

Comcast honors Federal Way student

Leaders and Achievers Scholarship Program awards $95,000 in scholarships to Washington students

 

Comcast Uniquely Positioned to Bridge Seattle’s Digital Divide

The City of Seattle Technology Access and Adoption study showed that more Continue reading...

 

Inspiration for your outdoor spaces is here!

Longer, sunnier days are here, and with them more time spent outdoors Continue reading...

 

Life

Highline student finds her voice

Umoja Black Scholars Program enhances the cultural and educational experiences of African-American students.

 

Northwest
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King County could loan 4Culture $20 million

The loan would be repaid by the organization and used to help serve marginalized communities.