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Kiddus Fecto, 21, is among eight performers of the museum’s 20th annual event on May 15.
What started as man’s best friend has turned into a thriving business opportunity for a Federal Way resident. Marcus Wright, a 2005 Federal Way High… Continue reading
Three Federal Way schools may be affected by a recent bill approved by Gov. Jay Inslee that prohibits the “inappropriate use” of Native American names,… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log April 28 to May 4.
The city ordinance was passed with a 5-2 council vote on May 4.
The girl’s father was initially arrested by police, but further investigation has revealed a new suspect.
Police believe the victims were involved in the same shooting.
The 35-year-old man sold four firearms — two of which were stolen — to undercover federal agents.
Suspect was not located, police said.
Free event to enjoy live music from 4-8 p.m. at the Performing Arts and Event Center plaza.
The possession of controlled substances in Federal Way has been re-criminalized with a new ordinance passed April 20 by the city council. The Federal Way… Continue reading
Dozens of Federal Way community members recently spent a Saturday cleaning gravestones at Mountain View Cemetery in Lakewood — assisting with future genealogical research, too.… Continue reading
Kae Lee, director of the Federal Way Senior Center Food Bank, is the Mirror’s Hometown Hero for April.
The father was arrested by Federal Way police and booked for unlawful possession of a firearm, domestic-violence assault.
As all schools statewide have reopened under the governor’s order, 64% of Federal Way students have opted to continue learning from home, according to data… Continue reading
Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log April 14-20.
South King Fire and Rescue crews responded to reports of a mother, baby trapped in a burning home on Jan. 20.
Future Federal Way Link Extension station design is 60% complete.
The year’s market is relocated to another part of The Commons mall parking lot.
The national education leadership nonprofit works to provide safe schools, education access and pathways to postsecondary opportunities nationwide.