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Man reportedly fired shots into occupied home.
Girl transported to hospital with non-life threatening injuries to her legs; police investigating circumstances of the shooting.
City to spend $15,000 on staffing homeless shelter, which will rotate between churches during severe weather this winter.
Shawn Thomas Cooke, 21, allegedly shot and killed Todd Beamer student Cameron Wilson in May.
Washington state regulations for the marbled murrelet have been in limbo since 1997.
East India Grill wins People’s Choice award; Mediterranean Gyro Grill awarded first place by judges.
Coffee with a Cop will be held at B&R Espresso Wednesday, Oct. 2.
The library board is considering reducing the number of free pages from 75 a week to 10.
Valerie Danforth founded the Bridging A Gap Program and is the Mirror’s September Citizen of the Month.
The withdrawal, however, obligates Federal Way to issue bonds to pay off the 17% it still owes on the remaining debt.
Police believe Thomas Ray Sims, 33, fled to Nevada.
Officials draw up adjusted schedule for teams; games pushed to daylight start times
The fifth annual Arts Gala on Poverty Bay will be held Saturday, Sept. 28 at Highline College.
Dozens participated in climate change walkouts in Federal Way while over one million people across the world participated in the global strike.
Charging documents state the teen met up to fight the suspect over stolen marijuana when the teen was fatally shot in a Fife parking lot.
Waste Management delivered all donated items to the Multi-Service Center in Federal Way.
Woman in her 30s.
Rogoff discussed ways to provide transit options for the 1.8 million new people projected to move to the region by 2050.
Federal Way City Council candidates Linda Kochmar and Mark Koppang respond to resident’s question.
Pro and con committees outline the Proposition 1 issue that will be on the November ballot.