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Flags to be flown at half-staff through Tuesday.
FW natives, Beamer grads J.R. Celski, Aaron Tran competing in short track.
The following is a sample from the Federal Way Police Department crime blotter: Pot found at police department: At 9:13 p.m. Feb. 7, an officer… Continue reading
The Federal Way City Council on Tuesday night presented the Federal Way Mirror with a proclamation in honor of the paper’s 20th anniversary. The Mirror’s… Continue reading
Steven Marc Rigtrup pleaded guilty in November 2017.
Someone reported seeing a student with a gun at Decatur.
1998 started with a late push to garner support for the FW school district’s EP&O levy.
In 1998, Federal Way was the sixth-largest city in Washington, with a population of about 74,000.
Wrong information provided to Seattle Times leads to confusion.
After reaching its first goal of providing temporary shelter for homeless families in Federal Way, the city’s Homeless Mothers and Children Initiative hopes to expand… Continue reading
Officers determine no crime was committed.
Rotary awards $47,000 grant, center to receive capital budget funds, as well.
Hospital will be able to better care for patients.
The Federal Way Municipal Court will be closed to the public from noon to 4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Jan. 31, for software upgrades to the… Continue reading
Federal Way officers found no one in danger.
AG’s office has garnered national attention in last year.
City also to receive money for PAEC kitchen upgrade.
Mayor Jim Ferrell delivered annual speech at Performing Arts and Event Center on Monday.
Police find 10-11 bullet holes in front window, 14 casings.
Three were promoted and another was appointed to corporal at Tuesday’s City Countil meeting.