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At 8:40 a.m. Tuesday, Federal Way police were called to the 100 block of South 340th Place at the Heritage Condos. The caller reported witnessing a physical assault without weapons, according to police.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990 grants specific rights and prohibits discrimination related to service dogs. However, some pet owners bring their non-service dogs into public establishments like restaurants and grocery stores.
Unlike five years ago, the current economic climate favors the buyer.
Federal Way's sister city of Hachinohe, Japan, is dealing with the aftermath of one of the strongest earthquakes in recent history.A tsunami was triggered March… Continue reading
The 2012 United States Olympic Diving Trials run this week at the Weyerhaeuser King County Aquatic Center in Federal Way.
Retired veterans in Federal Way recently went back to boot camp. Their mission? Learning to use a cellphone.
Matt Gregory is walking from Bellingham to Los Angeles with a goat named Vickie.
Previous superintendents have lived in the Federal Way School District boundaries, but unlike some school districts, residency is not a requirement in Federal Way.
A keyless ignition system may be linked to the December crash in Federal Way. The UPS truck reportedly went over an embankment, ejecting the pastor before pinning him against a tree for nearly 40 minutes. Rescue crews had to use the jaws of life. The truck's driver suffered minor injuries, according to a police report.
Federal Way will hire more police to patrol the city.
The Federal Way Community Service Club Network is launching a quarterly project to stock the shelves at South King County’s largest charity.
Sandra Bagnuk has lived in her Twin Lakes home on SW 327th Street since 1968. She takes her dogs for daily walks, and recently, she noticed new cracks forming on the sidewalks, curbs and streets.
South King Fire and Rescue (SKFR) will retain legal counsel for a firefighter who is under investigation by the state Department of Health.
The PowellsWood Storytelling Festival is returning to Federal Way for the second year to host the best storytellers in the world.
From pickleball matches and bridge games to art classes and road trips, the Federal Way Community Center is a premier recreational hub for local seniors.
Much like on the TV show “Cheers,” sometimes you want to go where everybody knows your name.
Nathan Duncan, 16, was last seen by his teacher after school on Monday, April 23, near City Hall, 33325 8th Ave. S. He was riding a skateboard.