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Federal Way High School baseball heads to state semifinals

Eagles defeated Puyallup Vikings in regional matchup last Saturday to advance


The Chopped Leaf offers healthy dining alternative

Federal Way couple opens first U.S. location of Canadian restaurant


Federal Way police announce arrests, pending charges in four 2016 homicides

Three men are in custody, with one as primary suspect in all four cases


Break the Chains 5K helps woman leave sex trafficking industry

Jennifer Tucker will share her story at this year’s walk on May 19

Full throttle: Federal Way Police Department outfits officers with electric bikes

The bicycles provide faster response, especially in downtown core.

Federal Way mother wants to walk at graduation for slain son

School officials have denied request because Wesley Gennings did not have enough credits.

Flavor of Federal Way to showcase city’s diversity

Performers, vendors, nonprofits, volunteers sought for Aug. 18 event

Federal Way may face deficit as it prepares 2019 budget

Additional increases may result in a million shortfall

Aviation Day helps Decatur student discover her passion

Kendra Ulrich hopes to pursue a career aviation

Federal Way man goes gaga over diaper drive

Ted Colby ran down 320th Street in diaper costume as a part of drive

Utility tax referendum effort falls short

Lakenhaven files suit against the city challenging the tax

Federal Way blogger takes a stand against panhandling

Federal Way resident hopes to raise awareness about begging with Saturday’s event

Dedicated to quality journalism in Federal Way

New Mirror editor shares her thoughts on value of community newspapers.

Federal Way mayor gets a pay raise

Independent Salary Commission also authorized slight increase for City Council

City may not renew contract with Centerstage Theatre

Centerstage has operated Knutzen Family Theatre since 2009

Rethinking fashion: Federal Way woman’s business encourages textile upcycling, recycling

The Chayah Movement will host a clothing swap April 21 in Federal Way.

Thomas Jefferson graduate’s start-up hopes to send small satellites into orbit

Abishek Murali is a graduate student at Purdue University.

South King Fire and Rescue to ask voters for tax increase

Measure on Aug. 7 ballot would lift tax levy lid.

YES Network hosts job fair for Federal Way students

A job fair hosted Wednesday by the Youth Employment Support (YES) Network brought together Federal Way students looking for work and employers looking to hire… Continue reading

TJ junior earns King County Youth of the Year award

Khairi Perry is first from Federal Way Boys and Girls Club to get honor.