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Transients erect camps, pass out in doorway at two Federal Way businesses.
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.
Suspects who fled the scene of a hit and run collision turned out to be alleged armed carjackers, police said.
A subject matching the description was located in the area who stated he was urinating as the bus passed by.
Oeric Tuato’o is the Mirror’s Scholar of the Month for January.
Judge to decide whether to give repeat sexual assault offender maximum jail time, or six months jail and treatment.
The woman lost control of her vehicle, which went down an embankment, struck a tree and came to rest in a ditch.
Federal Way Day Center to open overnight shelter on Monday and Tuesday for people experiencing homelessness.
23-year-old Malik Williams died of multiple gunshot wounds during the incident that injured two officers.
The suspect’s vehicle was reportedly involved in other robberies in the South King County area on Sunday night, police said.
Council votes to move issue in front of mayor to decide on whether to authorize special interest flags at City Hall.
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.
Multi-Service Center’s William J. Wood Veterans House employs veterans who help fellow vets experiencing homelessness to rebuild their lives.
City Council to consider new policy on flying flags supporting causes or groups in front of City Hall at Dec. 3 meeting.
First Western Washington cases prosecuted under ‘Project Guardian’ initiative to combat gun crime.
Pierce Aluminum Company Inc. plans to consolidate Kent, South Park operations in Federal Way.
Hector Lozano is always willing to go above and beyond to support his classmates.
If passed, the measure would create good cause eviction protections for renters by requiring landlords to provide reason before evicting tenants.
The advisory vote will inform the Federal Way City Council about whether or not to allow cannabis retailers within the city.