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Federal Way hosts another successful community-connecting event.
Mary Onyango, 73, went missing from her sister’s Shoreline Home on Aug. 2.
South King Fire and Rescue extinguished an illegal backyard burn; responded to brush fire at Dash Point State Park.
She kicked the patrol vehicle door and dented it before police arrested her.
South King County LGBTQ Task Force holds inaugural event with drag queen Darcelle XV and a documentary about her life.
The judge denied the Rental Housing Association of Washington’s temporary restraining order against Stable Homes Federal Way.
Festival aims to show films with solutions to various social justice issues.
Candidate Sharry Edwards rescinds her ‘bribery’ accusations, but urges Susan Honda to give back donations. Honda denies Edwards’ claims.
The following is a sample of the Federal Way police blotter.
Robin O’Grady, executive director of FUSION, said this home will help them continue the good work they are doing in the community.
The annual event showcased several different brews and live music for attendees to enjoy.
Six residents were appointed to two advisory committees regarding Proposition No. 1 on the November ballot, one pro and one con.
Mayor Jim Ferrell responds to concerned residents during second Facebook Live Town Hall.
The Federal Way Vet Center honored women who served in the armed forces at annual barbecue.
LH Foot Massage was found to have been negligent, causing two clients’ sexual assaults.
5 people were treated at the accident site at Pacific Highway South and South 336th Street.
Program launched in 2009 to assist police.
This year’s event will also honor the 40th anniversary of vet centers around the country.
Vince Mottola of Vince’s Federal Way gears up for his annual Italy tour starting on Sept. 30.
Council passes motion putting marijuana retailers back on the ballot for the November election.