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‘I have spent my entire career volunteering in this community and working in this community as a nurse.’
Tim Eyman-led initiative would restrict car tabs and transportation benefit districts in Washington.
Drop-off a variety of bulky or difficult-to-recycle items at no cost, including appliances, scrap metal, large branches, tires, mattresses, electronics, styrofoam and confidential documents.
‘I’ve always found ways to serve … it’s part of my DNA.’
‘Federal Way is a community that is … changing and there are folks who are like me who have needs for this community to be safe, affordable, and a great place for all folks to live.’
‘“I’m a little astounded at what has happened to the city since I left the council.’
‘Federal Way welcomed us … this new chapter of our life started here in Federal Way.’
Update to county code has been more than a year in the making.
Federal Way Chamber CEO will seek the 30th District seat left open as current state Rep. Mike Pellicciotti runs for state treasurer.
Wild Waves hosted first-ever Paw-Pool-Ooza dog swim on Saturday.
Two month investigation finds that smoke shop manager sold marijuana, heroin, cocaine and more to kids.
‘The school district … is a three out of 10 on average, while we have some schools that are as low as one for academics and performance.’
KCSO found all but one of the 108 allegations of excessive or unnecessary use of force were justified
The Office of Law Enforcement Oversight has released its annual 2018 report.
‘I am motivated to run for this position because I have spent my life dedicated to public education.’
‘My passion is advocating for children with special needs, and I’m an educator, which means I understand the importance of retaining our quality teachers …’
Police are seeking the public’s help in finding the vehicle that was involved in the crash, described as a gray Ford Ranger with front-end damage.
It appears speed and alcohol may have been a factor in the crash, according to police.
‘I remember what our nation was like in October. I remember what we were like as people,’ Fire Department of New York Capt. Michael M. Dugan.
40-year-old Federal Way man sent series of allegedly threatening emails to city staff, police and an elected official.
The newest addition is expected to bring 1,300 full-time employees to the city.