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Three cities could get money to link low-level drug offenders to services and keep them out of jail.
Retired NYC firefighter recalls first moments learning of the tragedy.
District seeks strategic cuts to avoid possible $10 million deficit in years to come.
City will not borrow any money, and will repay the reserve fund under proposal
Seattle Mariners could make over $100 million from naming rights.
Federally-funded facilities struggle to maintain health and safety of minors stuck in limbo
Learning opportunity that is both hands on and minds on
Federal Way Public Schools hosted its first New to FWPS Teacher Breakfast on Aug. 22. This event provided teachers who are new to the district… Continue reading
South King firefighters harness passion for saving lives and serving the public
911 dispatchers and call receivers play critical roles in traumatic situations
The service will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 11, at Fire Station 64
Rising operational costs are cited for the proposal; the city still owes millions for the facility’s construction.
Salaries will increase 12.5 percent under bargaining agreement
Death threats: At 3:25 Sept. 3 near the 2200 block of S. Star Lake, the victim called 911 to report harassment by phone. The victim… Continue reading
Public event is Sept. 19 at the Federal Way Senior Center
A group of eight recently homeless and heterosexual injection drug users in North King County were diagnosed with HIV by county health officials over the… Continue reading
King County Councilmember Rod Dembowski wants the public to weigh in with an advisory vote
Roderick Yee and his flock of geese have become a familiar sight near the Cove Apartments on First Avenue South in Federal Way. The Federal… Continue reading
According to the latest city audit, several employees retirement benefits could be affected due to never being reported
In wake of McCleary decision, conversation focuses on fair compensation for educators