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The newest addition is expected to bring 1,300 full-time employees to the city.
State school superintendent’s office encourages families to apply for programs.
City considering replacing or repairing fishing pier, restrooms and 300 feet of bulkheads along waterfront.
Retired FDNY Capt. Michael Dugan will speak during the event at Station 64.
Firefighters Dean Bastin, Greg Garka successfully rescued a victim who drove her car into the Puget Sound last October.
Wife purchased winning ticket at Fred Meyer in Federal Way.
Federal Way police Officer Jae An immigrated to the U.S. from South Korea when he was 8 and attended Lake Grove Elementary.
Pedestrians in fear crossing Reith Road.
Leilani Gennings to appeal sentencing of Michael Rogers after he received 8 years for killing her son.
Teens, age 14-17, in Department of Ecology Youth Corps program clean up to protect the environment in four-week job opportunity.
Ry Keener swam out into the Puget Sound to rescue two stranded women on June 24.
Najea I. Wynn, 25, fled after collision killed woman, injured his girlfriend and one other on Aug. 25.
The man was taken to a home and forced to clean it while wearing a black dress as he was beaten with a metal pipe.
Money will go toward early education and postsecondary support.
The report was originally due in October but has been extended until next spring.
U-pick blueberry farm celebrates 65th anniversary season serving Federal Way and Auburn communities.
It’s set to reap $100 million over the next 20 years from state coffers.
Lake Grove and Wildwood grades 1-5 to start school Sept. 9; grade K to begin Sept. 12 due to delayed construction.
25-year-old fled the scene on foot after collision killed one woman, injured two others on Aug. 25.
Dozens of community members had a great time running with Federal Way police for Special Olympics.