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Rise With Us Rally to highlight Special Olympics athletes in Federal Way

20 Federal Way residents participating in 2018 USA Games

Seeing the whole, wide world

Todd Beamer graduate, husband are ready for their next adventure: the Mongol Rally

New regional homeless count shows 4 percent increase

The spike in the unsheltered population in the 2018 count is driven primarily by an increase of people living in cars, RVs, or vans.

Grant from Google will help Federal Way schools expand STEM programs

Announcement was made during ribbon cutting for TAF@Saghalie

Federal Way looks at imposing storage facility registration fee

Revenue would be used to curb potential shortfall for 2019-20 budget

Federal Way teen undergoing cancer treatment meets Taylor Swift

Cora Kasperson’s best friend made sure she wouldn’t miss seeing her favorite singer in concert.

The king of cup stacking: Federal Way man is one of the fastest around

Ezekiel McDowell recently won the Northwest cup-stacking championships.

  • May 31, 2018
Developed by Seattle & King County Public Health, the FLASH sex education high school curriculum is used by every district in the county. Photo courtesy King County

King County wins sex ed funding case

Officials are “ecstatic” that the court blocked the Trump administration’s attempt to withhold research funds.

Developed by Seattle & King County Public Health, the FLASH sex education high school curriculum is used by every district in the county. Photo courtesy King County

Highline College names next president

John Mosby will start in his new role in July

Man killed in accidental shooting

Police responded to residence in 29600 block of Fourth Avenue South early Thursday

Federal Way Public Schools honors BAG Program

Weekend feeding program provides food to students in need

Woman’s ex-boyfriend pours solvent on new boyfriend’s vehicles

The following is a sample from the Federal Way police log: Pistol return: On May 22, police responded to Enterprise Car Rentals, 33427 Pacific Highway… Continue reading

Xander Lopez, a sixth-grader at Woodmont K-8, releases his salmon, which he named Sam Goode after a character in his favorite book series, “I Am Number Four,” into the West Hylebos Wetlands on Wednesday. HALEY DONWERTH, the Mirror

Federal Way students release salmon into West Hylebos Wetlands

Storming the Sound with Salmon teaches kids about environment, pollution

Xander Lopez, a sixth-grader at Woodmont K-8, releases his salmon, which he named Sam Goode after a character in his favorite book series, “I Am Number Four,” into the West Hylebos Wetlands on Wednesday. HALEY DONWERTH, the Mirror

Candidate filings draw primary race for 30th District state Senate seat

Representative positions have contested races for general election

Breaking the Chains

Federal Way Coalition Against Trafficking hosts annual 5K fundraiser

  • May 25, 2018

King County considers buying 65,000 acres for conservation

The proposed plan would protect forests, trails, shorelines, and farms.

Some King County elected leaders want to spend $180 million on maintenance upkeep at Safeco Field in Seattle. Photo by HyunJae Park/Flickr

King County leaders want to allocate $180 million to Safeco Field

But once councilmember thinks funding for affordable housing and the arts should come before subsidizing stadium maintenance.

Some King County elected leaders want to spend $180 million on maintenance upkeep at Safeco Field in Seattle. Photo by HyunJae Park/Flickr

Teachers, parents share concerns over IEP, safety issues in Federal Way Public Schools

Superintendent Tammy Campbell said the district working to address the matter.

Brazen thief steals leaf blower from front yard

The following is a sample from the Federal Way police log: In trouble for more than just an accident: On May 16, police responded to… Continue reading

Five members of Troop 361 become Eagle Scouts

Five Boys Scouts from Troop 361 have earned the rank of Eagle Scout. Those to achieve the honor – a feat only about 5 percent… Continue reading