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Police are seeking the public’s help in finding the vehicle that was involved in the crash, described as a gray Ford Ranger with front-end damage.
40-year-old Federal Way man sent series of allegedly threatening emails to city staff, police and an elected official.
Federal Way police Officer Jae An immigrated to the U.S. from South Korea when he was 8 and attended Lake Grove Elementary.
Najea I. Wynn, 25, fled after collision killed woman, injured his girlfriend and one other on Aug. 25.
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16-year-old girl acted in self-defense during an argument over cooking breakfast, according to police investigation.
Cyclist transported to hospital with non-life-threatening injuries.
The man in his 20s was transported to Harborview Medical Center.
Early returns show Honda and Edwards earn top spots for Pos. 3; Kochmar and Pagliocco for Pos. 7.
Hometown Plaza complex has had similar issues with a sewage backup at a previous business.
Investigation links Primitivo Altares Bambao’s IP address to child porn website.
“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.
Suspect had shown the victim a gun he had purchased two days prior to the shooting he called a “pocket rocket.”
An employee at the business was involved in an altercation with two subjects, one of whom refused to exit the building.
It is unclear how woman sustained her injuries.
Daniel Morgan McLaughlin told the court he was in possession of 30 or more firearms, he has been treated for mental health issues and admitted to using heroin, opiates and alcohol.
Cindy Lu Vaughn is the Mirror’s Citizen of the Month for May.
Detectives conducted hours of surveillance at the suspect’s home last night until he exited his residence and was arrested.
Couple who witnessed incident followed suspect to grocery store, took photo of his license plate.
The Puyallup man who went missing on Monday night apparently committed suicide, police said.