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Council Chambers at City Hall now closed to the public; April 7 meeting available via Zoom, YouTube, phone and Government Access Channel 21.
From medical supplies and meals to coffee and handwritten notes, emergency department staff say they feel the love from Federal Way.
Washington Interscholastic Activities Association making contingency plans for high school sports competitions after extension of stay home order.
Police given peace of mind amid COVID-19 pandemic.
The man was transported to Harborview Medical Center with non-life threatening injuries.
Federal Way resident Evelyn Allcorn shares story of her husband’s battle with COVID-19 after he tested positive on March 28.
The Federal Way Public Schools’ “grab-and-go” meals, including breakfast and lunch, will be offered at 21 various sites through April 24.
“We’re hanging by a thread,” said East India Grill owner Kabal Gill.
Restaurants, coffee shops, bars and more offer takeout or delivery options.
Testing is by appointment only and not open to the general public.
Washington’s virus-related death toll surpasses 129 as of Wednesday, March 25.
Victim escaped by jumping out of the trunk of a moving car.
The event was scheduled for June 6; Community fundraising options include upcoming online auction, raffle tickets for purchase.
The Federal Way Public Schools’ “grab-and-go” meals, including breakfast and lunch, now offered at 21 various sites.
Detectives believe victim was shot while trying to sell the suspect 20 oxycodone pills for $80.
South King Fire chief urges community to make a difference ‘that will result in better outcomes for all of us’
As of March 23, there are no SKFR firefighters in quarantine; department members to now wear personal protection equipment on all medical calls.
David Berger fills the position vacated by Jim Fossos last month; board members accelerating appointment amid COVID-19 virus outbreak.
Jails already seeing a significant decrease in inmates from 1,940 to 1,766 between March 1-19, with more cuts on the way.
Seattle mayor says in order to slow the spread of the coronavirus, the public cannot allow gatherings at Alki, Golden Gardens, Seward, Volunteer Park or Magnuson parks.
More than 6,600 lunches so far distributed to students; free meals offered at various sites in Federal Way through April 24.