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Authorities identify remains found on Federal Way church property

Skeletal remains that were found last weekend at a Federal Way church have been identified as Brian Roy Barton, who was reported missing in 2005.… Continue reading

Reach Out hosting annual award breakfast

Reach Out’s seventh annual fundraising breakfast will be taking place from 7 to 8:30 a.m. Sept. 19 at the Christian Faith Service, 33645 20th Ave.… Continue reading

Eagle grads invited to all-class picnic

Federal Way High School alumni are invited to an all-class picnic from 12-3 p.m. Aug. 6 at Steel Lake Park site 3, 2410 S.312th St.… Continue reading

Federal Way Councilwoman Assefa-Dawson appointed to county board

Appointment to Best Start for Kids Advisory Board confirmed

District 30 representatives reaching out to constituents

District 30 Rep. Kristine Reeves will be hosting a coffee hour from 7-9 a.m. every other Friday beginning Aug. 4 at Poverty Bay Cafe, 1108… Continue reading

Gun fired outside mall Sunday, Federal Way police investigating

Federal Way police are investigating an incident outside the Commons Mall near Panera Bread Sunday evening during which gunshots were fired into the air. According… Continue reading

Federal Way’s Multicultural Book Group to meet July 12

The Multicultural Book Group will be meet at 7 p.m. July 12 at the 320th Federal Way library to discuss “Coming Clean” by Kimberly Rae… Continue reading

Lions hosting rummage sale to benefit students

The Lions Club is hosting a rummage sale to help fund the Lions Dictionary Project from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday at the Twin… Continue reading

PowellsWood hosts annual Storytelling Festival next weekend

PowellsWood Garden, in collaboration with local storytelling guilds, hosts its sixth annual Storytelling Festival July 21-22. Five master storytellers will share personal, literary and folk… Continue reading

Toddler found sleeping near mother’s heroin needles | Federal Way Police Blotter

The following is a sample from the Federal Way police log: Man found laying in traffic: At 7:54 p.m. June 28 in the 1800 block… Continue reading

Federal Way father saves children from burning building | Update

Editor’s note: This is an updated version of the story initially published earlier today. A father saved four children from an apartment fire Tuesday night.… Continue reading

Firefighters battle fire at abandoned house on Military Road

South King Fire and Rescue firefighters battled a fire at an old abandoned house Wednesday morning. The house fire was in the 34200 block of… Continue reading

SKFR extinguishes house fire on SW 334th St.

SKFR extinguishes house fire on SW 334th St.

Public Health closes Federal Way’s Mirak Restaurant

King County Public Health food inspectors closed Mirak Restaurant in Federal Way Thursday. The restaurant, 31260 Pacific Highway S., Federal Way, was sited for the… Continue reading

City announces PAEC inaugural season schedule

City officials announced the 2017-18 season performance schedule for the Performing Arts and Event Center this week as well as the launch of the updated… Continue reading

School district releases FRED bus, summer meal schedules

Federal Way Public Schools’ FRED bus will be making its rounds in Federal Way this summer. The bus will go to various communities and provide… Continue reading

Federal Way Amateur Radio Club invites community to Ham Radio Field Day

On June 24, 2017 the Federal Way Amateur Radio Club will participate in Ham Radio Field Day from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday at… Continue reading

Fire destroys Federal Way mobile home

A fire gutted an older single-wide mobile home in the 1600 block of South 272nd Street in Federal Way overnight. South King Fire & Rescue… Continue reading

Deadline for Federal Way Youth Safety Academy approaching

The Federal Way Police Department and South King Fire & Rescue invite youth ages 13-17 years to apply for the summer 2017 Federal Way Youth… Continue reading

Lakota Middle School to host talk on Japanese-Americans

Lakota Middle School will hold a multicultural assembly on June 15. The school has partnered with Humanities Washington Speakers Bureau to bring writer and historian… Continue reading