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Nearly 40 people wearing T-shirts reading “Pray for Justice: Zero Tolerance for Drinking and Driving” crowded into a courtroom at the Kent Regional Justice Center… Continue reading
Federal Way’s Multi-Service Center has signed an agreement with a Federal Way property owner and plans to develop the land into housing for military veterans.
On acreage overlooking Southwest Campus Drive, there’s construction activity that Federal Way residents have awaited for nearly eight years.
Pet owners will be subject to new regulations, including a poop and scoop law, under the city’s recently amended animal services code.
Police officers carefully balanced stacks of onion rings and trays of french fries and burgers Saturday while acting as Red Robin wait staff for the annual Tip-A-Cop event.
Federal Way’s Target store is undergoing renovations and will begin carrying more groceries starting this summer.
Along South 324th Street, by The Commons Mall, stumps are the only things left of a row of pine and deciduous trees that stood for years.
A King County grant could help Federal Way purchase and subsequently conserve 17.26 acres of wetlands in Spring Valley.
UPDATE: According to a news release from Federal Way police, "an observant citizen of Federal Way spotted Mr. Malauulu, appearing confused and possibly lost, called… Continue reading
Members of the Federal Way Honor Guard raised a flag in remembrance of Officer Brian M. Walsh on Monday, the one-year anniversary of Walsh's death.Walsh… Continue reading
Federal Way police are warning local businesses and citizens to be on the alert for metal theft crimes.
With its sights set on a mix of parks, housing and retail businesses, the city is exploring options for a vacant downtown property following a… Continue reading
Federal Way police officers will sport their poker faces March 25 in support of a fellow officer who is on leave without pay while she battles cancer.
It’s nowhere near summer, the time of year known for its high fuel prices — yet the price per gallon of gas keeps ticking up… Continue reading
A local couple has proposed renaming the Brooklake spur of the West Hylebos Wetlands Park boardwalk in honor of Thais Bock.Bock was one of Federal… Continue reading
Lagrant D. Pegram, 35, pleaded guilty on Wednesday to a charge of vehicular homicide originating from the Dec. 29 incident that killed Emmanuel Franco of Federal Way.
The Federal Way Police Department is considering implementing 12-hour shifts for patrol officers.
By federal standards, affordable housing costs no more than 30 percent of the household’s income to maintain.