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Who said murder couldn’t be fun?
The event hopes to encourage youth to put their voices down on paper.
This month’s Scholar of the Month is fifth-grader Forsina Rabauliman.
Finding yourself pregnant can be overwhelming, planned or not. CareNet offers free services to support you through it.
Steph and Mykel Papke hope to open third coffee shop in Twin Lakes.
The Spartans are participating in their third year of the FIRST Lego League tournament, with this being their first year going to state finals.
Victim said the suspects stole $900 from him.
Car theft victim follows, confronts armed suspect.
Weekly round-up of calls to Federal Way Police Department.
FWPD’s Gretchen Sund honored for her concern that saved 94-year-old volunteer’s life.
Murder rates decrease 86 percent; robberies up by 38 percent.
IRG addresses concerns over first building; Save Weyerhaeuser advocates for alternative plan.
Emerging Leaders pairs students with council members who mentor youth in all things city.
Car drives through business doors.
$60K will go towards hotel/motel vouchers, $40K on pre-development costs for shelter in city.
A woman involved in a one-car collision suffers serious but not life-threatening injuries.
Mary’s Place declines controversial grant money from Federal Way
Children’s Home Society of Washington Highline Early Learning Center connects families with education
Mayor’s Homelessness Task Force releases report.
Homelessness issues top Mirror headlines in 2018.