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Pacific Bonsai Museum provides ideal outdoor learning environment in Federal Way

Students discover connection between art and nature.

DNA under girl’s fingernail leads to attempted kidnapping arrest, charge

Teen scratched man’s face after he forced her into vehicle near Kent.

Decatur jazz band prepares for trip to Taiwan

Language of music leads to international adventure for high school musicians.

Come Walk With Me supports breast cancer patients

Cancer survivor recalls journey with breast cancer.

  • Oct 4, 2018

LGBTQIA Week provides support, raises awareness at Highline

Resource fair features over 50 community organizations and campus services.

Former Federal Way School Board member Mildred Ollee dies

Board seeks to fill two vacancies after Carol Gregory stepped down Sept. 18.

Ezell’s among tenants coming to Center Plaza in Federal Way

After the fire, Center Plaza announces incoming businesses that will lease completed building.

Rake away potential street flooding in Federal Way

Adopting a catch basin in your neighborhood can help the city keep up with winter storms.

Covington resident picked as Highline College vice president

Josh Gerstman spent 19 years at Green River College before moving onto Highline College.

Executive Dow Constantine proposes $11.6 Billion budget

With King County’s finances already stretched thin, Constantine’s budget largely maintains current services while making investments in transit, law enforcement, and juvenile justice reform.

Secure gun storage ordinance approved by King County Council

A Bellevue-based gun rights group has already vowed legal action in response.

Six Democrats running for state office, including 30th Legislative District Senatorial candidate, Claire Wilson, standing, take turns at the mic at a forum in Auburn on Sept. 26. The Democrats who showed up for last week’s forum at the Aerospace Mechanics union hall were, from left: Victoria Mena; Mona Das; Wilson; Mike Pellicciotti; Pat Sullivan; and Debra Entenman. Robert Whale/Sound Publishing

Democratic candidates have their say at Auburn forum

Republicans a no-show at Sept. 26 event.

Six Democrats running for state office, including 30th Legislative District Senatorial candidate, Claire Wilson, standing, take turns at the mic at a forum in Auburn on Sept. 26. The Democrats who showed up for last week’s forum at the Aerospace Mechanics union hall were, from left: Victoria Mena; Mona Das; Wilson; Mike Pellicciotti; Pat Sullivan; and Debra Entenman. Robert Whale/Sound Publishing

Longtime Federal Way Boys & Girls Club director calls it a career

Mirror selects Mark Hendricks as Citizen of the Month.

Join Federal Way police for coffee and conversation on Oct. 3

Ma Boulangerie Bakery will host Coffee with a Cop.

World Vision distributed supplies to people affected by Hurricane Florence in North Carolina. Courtesy photo.

World Vision assists with hurricane relief efforts

The organization, headquartered in Federal Way, has helped send 18,000 supplies to the Carolinas.

World Vision distributed supplies to people affected by Hurricane Florence in North Carolina. Courtesy photo.

Pumpkin explodes on Federal Way porch; no injuries

Sample of the Federal Way Police crime blotter.

Fright Fest now terrifying fans in Federal Way

Wild Waves Theme & Water Park’s ‘Fright Fest’ awakens this weekend.

Ukrainian president awards Sen. Miloscia Order of Merit

Miloscia honored for his contributions to promoting Ukrainian history, heritage and culture.

Compassion Experience tour comes to Federal Way

Immersive event highlights hardships and hope of life in poverty.

911 call at school prompts mom to speak out about safety in Federal Way district

District, police determine there is no evidence of kill list or threat to school.