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A ‘typical’ day in the life of a police officer in Federal Way. It’s probably not what you think.
City seeks to spend $100K in state funds to house local homeless mothers and children in Burien.
Light of Christ Community Garden provides real trees to families.
After a lengthy debate, council adds two amendments to fund youth, housing programs.
Community rallies after local burger restaurant is robbed.
Glenn Duval is November Citizen of the Month.
Teens killed 16-year-old Wesley Gennings during robbery.
Local woman wants to bring a marijuana store to Federal Way, despite city ban.
Despite losing the city’s contract, Centerstage set to bring beloved holiday pantomime to Federal Way.
The 18-year-old victim was treated for a gunshot wound on Nov. 18.
Woman claims she “snapped,” pulled the steak knife from her pocket and stabbed him over another woman.
Man recalls life, Air Force pilot experience
Housing and Urban Development says city has not met job growth goals since the PAEC has opened.
QualChoice Health Plan Services will permanently close their doors Dec. 31.
Excessive force lawsuits prompt police accountability review board discussions.
Team teaches youth life skills and helps build them toward successful lives.
The group said the building has presented an uninhabitable environment since they moved in.
Domestic violence can only be a quiet crime if we refuse to start talking about it.
Audience members are encouraged to wear costumes and donate blood.
Suit claims man was experiencing a mental health episode and not a danger to others.