Jessica Keller

Thomas Jefferson Raider softball sinks Todd Beamer, 15-8

Raiders now 1-2 in NPSL, Titans 0-2, as of Wednesday.


Decatur boys soccer holds off Thomas Jefferson Raiders

Sophomore forward Emmanuel Musgrove scored for the Gators.


Federal Way City Council approves Lakehaven tax

7.75 percent tax on water and sewer utilities will net city approximately $980,000.


Federal Way Public Academy students call for end to school violence

Organizing a walkout a learning experience for seventh-grader.

Decatur High students march for change in walkout

We Act Club organized Wednesday event.

Eagles fall to Gonzaga Prep in state championship game

Second-place state finish caps 27-2 season.

Keeping the spirit of aloha: Local hula school gains recognition by teaching Hawaiian culture

Hulau invited to participate in the Merrie Monarch Festival in Hilo, Hawaii.

Titan girls’ season ends in disappointing loss

Todd Beamer went undefeated in NPSL Olympic division.

Citizens of the month: CRT helps keep Federal Way clean one shopping cart at a time

Frank Gabreluk, Mari Ikeda-Gomes and John McMahon fill critical role.

Federal Way PD, community come together to support officer’s family

Officer Frank Martin lost his battle to colon cancer Monday morning.

Federal Way $33 million EP&O levy passage almost certain

Wednesday’s results indicate 57 percent of voters support levy.

Federal Way Olympians chasing medals in Pyeongchang

FW natives, Beamer grads J.R. Celski, Aaron Tran competing in short track.

TJ bowlers take second at state competition

Team will be deciding whether to plan for a trip to national tourney soon.

Future leaders writing new chapter for Black History Month in Federal Way

Advocacy has many faces in Federal Way.

Growing pains have always been a challenge for Federal Way schools

1998 started with a late push to garner support for the FW school district’s EP&O levy.

The Federal Way Transit Center opened in February 2006 with 1,200 parking spaces and more than 700 daily bus trips. FILE PHOTO

Downtown FW development still dominates discussions more than 20 years later

In 1998, Federal Way was the sixth-largest city in Washington, with a population of about 74,000.

The Federal Way Transit Center opened in February 2006 with 1,200 parking spaces and more than 700 daily bus trips. FILE PHOTO

A lot at stake with Feb. 13 Federal Way school district levy vote

Wrong information provided to Seattle Times leads to confusion.

Federal Way Senior Center to get much-needed kitchen remodel

Rotary awards $47,000 grant, center to receive capital budget funds, as well.

St. Francis Hospital construction project improves patient care in Federal Way

Hospital will be able to better care for patients.