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A young girl holds up a ‘Don’t Pollute I Live Here’ sign in the crowd during the Youth Climate Strike at Cal Anderson Park on Friday, March 15, 2019 in Seattle, Wash. (Olivia Vanni / The Herald)

King County builds blueprint for health, climate change

The plan will inform how the Board of Health addresses climate change-related health issues.

 

New Think Lab aims to reduce youth-related crime in Federal Way

‘Without a community supporting our youth you get what we saw … in California where six people were shot and two were killed.’

 

Federal Way police investigating car fire fatality at Celebration Park

South King Fire & Rescue, police responded to the car fire Wednesday morning.

 

Federal Way Young Life to host 15th annual Thanksgiving feast for local teens

Thanksgiving dinner will be held Monday, Nov. 25 at Federal Way High School.

Federal Way man and his mother indicted in suspected firearms trafficking schemes

First Western Washington cases prosecuted under ‘Project Guardian’ initiative to combat gun crime.

July’s Monroe earthquake is informing plans for future danger

Gathered by lucky accident, data from the 4.6-magnitude quake could help assess bigger hazards.

Courtesy of Washington Secretary of State’s Office
Courtesy of Washington Secretary of State’s Office

Arts groups concerned over management, cost of Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center

Arts Commission seeks ways to create greater ownership of the PAEC with the community.

Tacoma City Ballet takes final bow at Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center

Tacoma City Ballet leaves Federal Way Performing Arts and Event Center after city threatens civil suit over financial disputes.

At the breakfast are, from left: Pacific Mayor Leanne Guier; Seattle Major Jenny Durkan; Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus; King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer; Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Tammy Campbell; Algona Mayor Dave Hill; former Federal Way Mayor Mike Park; and Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. Courtesy photo

Durkan emphasizes regional collaboration to South King County leaders

Durkan discussed her office’s work to address homelessness, which has been the No. 1 issue she has faced in her two years in office.

At the breakfast are, from left: Pacific Mayor Leanne Guier; Seattle Major Jenny Durkan; Auburn Mayor Nancy Backus; King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer; Federal Way Public Schools Superintendent Tammy Campbell; Algona Mayor Dave Hill; former Federal Way Mayor Mike Park; and Federal Way Mayor Jim Ferrell. Courtesy photo

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State trooper involved in Federal Way crash

The Thursday morning accident is still being investigated, according to Washington State Patrol.

Mirror Lake Elementary third-grader is role model for students

Hector Lozano is always willing to go above and beyond to support his classmates.

South King Fire and Rescue fire chief celebrates retirement, 42 years of service to Federal Way

Dr. Allen Church to receive Key to the City at Tuesday’s City Council meeting.

Police linking juvenile suspects to seven armed robberies in Federal Way over past month

Search of nearby apartment complex links juvenile residents to possibly four 7-Eleven robberies, three at Subway shops.

Reach Out provides homeless ‘second chance’

People experiencing homelessness share their stories at annual Reach Out breakfast Nov. 7.

Third alleged sexual assault reported at Federal Way foot massage business in three years

The victim reported to police that a masseur inappropriately touched her genital area during a massage at the business.

Political activist Tim Eyman campaigns for Initiative 976 on Nov. 5 in downtown Bellevue. The initiative promised $30 car tabs while functionally eliminating the ability of agencies like Sound Transit to raise taxes for its projects. Photo by Aaron Kunkler

Election analysis: I-976 vote casts South King County against Seattle, Eastside

Preliminary precinct counts show support for the initiative split by region.

Political activist Tim Eyman campaigns for Initiative 976 on Nov. 5 in downtown Bellevue. The initiative promised $30 car tabs while functionally eliminating the ability of agencies like Sound Transit to raise taxes for its projects. Photo by Aaron Kunkler

Federal Way 7-Eleven robbed at gunpoint for fourth time in one month

The suspect fled on foot; no injuries were reported, police say.