The King County Medical Examiner's Office identified the man who was shot and killed when two Federal Way police fired on him on Oct. 8.
Rachel Kon has been waiting — and waiting.
Lauren Carter grew up feeling like something else — someone else.
Federal Way police are searching for a man who robbed Umpqua Bank last Friday.
Federal Way City Councilwoman Kelly Maloney announced Wednesday she will resign from the Council effective Dec. 31, 2016, saying professional demands leave too little time to give full attention to increasingly complex city issues.
World Vision, a Federal Way-based organization, is stepping up to provide humanitarian help in Haiti after Hurricane Matthew left a trail of devastation in the country.
The Redondo Boardwalk re-opened last week after storm damage forced it to close for repairs for nearly two years.
Seattle-based Summit Law Group is investigating a former city employee's allegations that city of Federal Way personnel forged his signature.
The following is a sample from the Federal Way police log:
Community members are invited to hear from local, regional and national experts during free monthly presentations at Highline College's Marine Science and Technology (MaST) Center.
Whitney Abell didn't have a second to breathe, a moment to herself to soak it all in, a chance to stop and tell herself she did it.
The Todd Beamer Titans knew the run was coming.
As a kid, Gaylen Floy's parents noticed she was night-blind.
The National Weather Service is predicting a series of strong Pacific storm systems to move through King County, saying on Wednesday that an "impressively stormy period is coming up for western Washington from Thursday through the weekend."
Candidates for District 30 seats came together at the Mirror’s annual debate on Wednesday
Margie Fredrickson lives life to the fullest.
Calling the iconic building in Federal Way the "former Weyerhaeuser building" is technically accurate, but the property's current owner has wanted to mute that moniker for months.
A Federal Way man hit and killed another man who was standing in a freeway lane early Wednesday morning.
Brenda Snyder still remembers the evening she was asked to stand in front of Judge David Larson.
Todd Beamer Titans defensive captain Lincoln Mitchel-Liulama stood alone, on the field, with the biggest grin.