Carrie Rodriguez

Pride flag will fly at Federal Way City Hall, mayor says

Council votes to move issue in front of mayor to decide on whether to authorize special interest flags at City Hall.

 

Federal Way set to open overnight homeless shelter during severe weather

Church of the Nazarene or Family Life Community Church will be first to open doors when temperatures dip to 32 degrees for 24 consecutive hours.

 

Homeless vet evicted after alleged wrongful arrest finds solace at veterans house in Federal Way

Multi-Service Center’s William J. Wood Veterans House employs veterans who help fellow vets experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives.

 

LGBTQ pride flag, and others, may soon fly at Federal Way City Hall

City Council to consider new policy on flying flags supporting causes or groups in front of City Hall at Dec. 3 meeting.

Federal Way man and his mother indicted in suspected firearms trafficking schemes

First Western Washington cases prosecuted under ‘Project Guardian’ initiative to combat gun crime.

Aluminum company opening new location in Federal Way

Pierce Aluminum Company Inc. plans to consolidate Kent, South Park operations in Federal Way.

Mirror Lake Elementary third-grader is role model for students

Hector Lozano is always willing to go above and beyond to support his classmates.

Initiative aimed at protecting renters from eviction appears to be passing in early results

If passed, the measure would create good cause eviction protections for renters by requiring landlords to provide reason before evicting tenants.

Prop 1 that would allow cannabis retail in Federal Way appears to be failing in early results

The advisory vote will inform the Federal Way City Council about whether or not to allow cannabis retailers within the city.

Two incumbents, former mayor leading in Federal Way City Council races

Susan Honda, Mark Koppang, Linda Kochmar grasp early leads.

Federal Way man faces hit-and-run charges after fleeing scene of 4-car accident

Police extricated unconscious 21-year-old Kent woman from her vehicle; suspect’s car caught on fire.

Covington man pleads not guilty in 1991 murder of Federal Way girl

Patrick Leon Nicholas, age 55, is expected to stand trial by February 2020.

‘I will pay the fines’: Property owner violates city code with large sign opposing marijuana retail in Federal Way

Sign stirs controversy over property owner’s donation of building space to city for potential police substation.

Police searching for armed suspects who robbed 7-Eleven in Federal Way

The 7-Eleven robbery on Sunday morning was similar to the one that occurred at the same store last Sunday morning.

Detectives seek bank robbery suspect who wore wig during holdup in Federal Way

Bank employees gave the suspect an undetermined amount of money before the suspect fled in a vehicle.

‘Fighting fire with fire’: Prop 1 controversy heats up as marijuana retailer proponents also put up illegal sign

Yes on Prop 1 campaign also puts sign up along Pacific Highway South in response to property owner’s illegal sign opposing measure.

Detectives investigating sexual assault of 17-year-old girl in Federal Way

Police have not yet arrested the suspect, nor released his information.

Police searching for two men who robbed 7-Eleven in Federal Way

Police said it is unclear whether the men used a weapon during the robbery, according to preliminary information.

Survivor finds meaning, blessings in journey with cancer

Woman discovers healing for her mind, body and soul at Salish Cancer Center.

Two Federal Way gang members charged with murder of teen dumped in Green River

Suspects allegedly brutally beat boy with a bat, chopped him with a machete before dismembering and dumping his body.