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Campus View at Highline College available to all students.
The court will reopen to the public on Wednesday, Dec. 26 at 8:30 a.m.
Gifts help family living in Multi-Service Center shelter.
Three years after an alarming report made national headlines, locals are quietly preparing disaster.
Former Federal Way student told police McDaniels showed him sex video after woman left his apartment.
Five of Sound Publishing’s newspapers in South King County moving to new office in Federal Way.
Despite environmental awareness and the public’s apparent desire for reform, statewide initiatives keep failing
‘We realize that some students have never had a book to call their own.’
Annual event to serve 1,025 kids this Saturday, nonprofit seeks more volunteers.
King County prosecutors drop charges against former FWHS student, NBA prospect.
Dr. Tammy Campbell says new campus is a “game changer” for scholars.
Retailers will be charged $25 fee per abandoned cart, $25 fee for disposal.
Bette Simpson-Opstad recounts details of inauguration day in January 1989.
K-9 track turns up no clues in firearm robbery; man fires handgun through sunroof.
The therapeutic court is designed to address the underlying causes of criminal behavior.
FUSION board has hired nonprofit leadership and governance strategist as interim executive director.
After a lengthy debate, council adds two amendments to fund youth, housing programs.
Studio 29 artwork to be showcased at Abbe Vineyard Winery in Federal Way.
Adapted, accelerated learning program available for scholars.
Handwritten notes outlined a threat to cut and torture the male victim.