Mirror recognizes winners of annual Best of Federal Way contest.
Police located a suspect on private property and arrested him on an assault warrant.
The Mirror conducted a background check on all 19 candidates who applied for the Pos. 2 vacancy.
The man, 34, was stabbed in his chest during an apparent robbery.
Staff advised police the same vehicle did the same thing at stores in Seattle, Tukwila and Kent and the license plate was captured at one of the stores.
Brittney Adusei seeks to play with classmates who are lonely, tries to cheer people up.
The man was described as wearing a gray beanie, green sweater and khaki pants; police did not locate him.
The fire impacted one home and no one was injured, according to South King Fire and Rescue.
Police believe the student discarded the handgun during or at the end of a fight with another student and retrieved it again later in the day.
Woman ran outside and called 911 on her neighbor’s phone after she found suspect hiding in her home.
Francis Kamu MacKenzie rendered the 61-year-old man unconscious, returning “twice more to resume kicking him in the face and head repeatedly while he lay helpless in the parking lot …”
The RV driver abandoned the vehicle and fled on foot; police were unable to locate the suspect during a K9 search.
Christian John Hauserman, of Federal Way, admitted to molesting the girl on countless occasions over many years.
According to Puget Sound Energy, the accident left 724 Federal Way customers without power on Saturday.
Anita Acosta, 50, died when a semi-truck that was traveling northbound lost control and swerved into the oncoming southbound lanes.
Burglars hit shoe store, alterations shop, immigration business and others.
Suspect assaulted two people during separate incidents at a Federal Way apartment complex Monday night.
The roadway in the 37300 block of Pacific Highway S. has been shut down, and will remain closed for an extended period of time, police said Monday morning.
Fire crews rescued a cat and one fish; Red Cross was deployed to assist with four adults and one dog.
Transients erect camps, pass out in doorway at two Federal Way businesses.
The man drove the suspect to an apartment complex in Kent where the suspect participated in a drug deal, then drove him back to Federal Way before he stole his vehicle.
The suspect, who is still at large, passed a note to an Umpqua Bank teller demanding money and implied he was armed with a handgun.
Man punched and slapped the suspect for prowling his friend’s vehicle, then made him get on his knees and apologize.