The Federal Way City Council unanimously approved a strengthening of the city’s reserve fund policy during its June 3 meeting, setting a higher bar for the city’s savings plans.
Benson Henderson, a Decatur High School graduate and former UFC lightweight champion, took a step towards regaining his title with his submission win on Saturday over Rustam Khabilov at UFC Fight Night in Albuquerque, N.M.
Washington State Superintendent Randy Dorn was at Decatur High School on Thursday to visit the school’s Project Lead the Way program, a successful and increasingly popular “pre-engineering program.”
James E. Mullins of Federal Way was charged with second-degree murder for the May 9 shooting of Lazaro Lopez.
The Federal Way City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved moving forward on the proposed Performing Arts and Conference Center slated for the city’s downtown core area.
In her first budget recommendation presentation as interim superintendent, Sally McLean shared that state dollars are continuing to flow back into the district’s coffers, following nearly a decade in which $30 million was lost from state funding cuts.
The Federal Way High School boys and girls track teams pulled of a rare two-peat this past weekend in Tacoma.
Rob Neu, Federal Way Public Schools departing superintendent, was given a round of recognition by the board of directors during the board’s May 20 meeting.
Federal Way’s Relay for Life starts at 6 p.m. on June 6 at Saghalie Middle School, and this year’s organizers are enthusiastic as always about the event.
The Federal Way City Council unanimously approved a Town Square Park at its May 20 meeting, marking the city’s first noticeable action in Federal Way’s decayed downtown core.
Last years 2013 state champions of boys soccer, the Thomas Jefferson Raiders, fell short of a repeat, with a 1-0 shoot-out loss to Curtis on May 15 in the district tournament.
The Federal Way High School girls track and field team took first place at last weekend’s district meet, netting 100 points and easily distancing themselves from second-place Camas.
Bernard Bellerouche, the man accused of two fatal shootings in Federal Way earlier this month, was charged with first-degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm in King County Superior Court on Thursday.
The Federal Way High School and Todd Beamer High School boys track and field teams had strong showings at last week’s district meet, as Federal Way took first place with 117, while the Titan boys finished second at the district meet with 55 points.
Federal Way Police Department’s new Deputy Chief Kyle Sumpter has spent the last two-and-a-half decades in law enforcement.
The Federal Way High School track teams are feeling confident heading into this week’s district meet, which starts at 3:30 p.m. today and 11 a.m. on Saturday at Kent Meridian High School.
The Todd Beamer Titans were the only Federal Way team to survive the 4A district tournament last week, eventually taking third place and securing themselves a spot in the state tournament.
The Federal Way High School graduate talks about his opportunity to play for the hometown, defending Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks
The failure of Proposition 1, the ballot measure that was aimed at funding King County Metro and addressing road infrastructure needs throughout the county, will be felt in Federal Way, according to the city’s senior traffic engineer Rick Perez.
The Federal Way Council heard both sides of the proposed Performing Arts and Conference Center (PACC) debate when residents shared their thoughts about the Blue Ribbon Panel’s (BRP) findings on May 8.