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Four members advance to rank of captain; CARES new hire welcomed to South King Fire.
Two individuals who died on Feb. 26 were found to have had the coronavirus; Harborview Medical Center staff possibly exposed to the virus.
South King Fire and Rescue’s 14-member team to particpate in the 29th annual LLS Firefighter Stairclimb at the Columbia Center March 8.
Thomas Jefferson freshman racks up 25 wins during first wrestling season as Raider.
Thomas Jefferson junior places fourth in state at girls wrestling championship tournament.
Fossos’s resignation is effective Feb. 29; South King Fire & Rescue board has until May 29 to fill the vacancy.
National attention of the bonsai burglary brings an outpouring of support for the museum; anonymous donor to match donations made to the bonsai campaign until March 2.
Investigators release video of Federal Way police fatally shooting black man following public outcry
Civil rights advocates call out forceful policing that has targeted young people of color in South King County.
FWHS junior becomes two-time girls wrestling state champion, eclipses 100-win mark.
FWHS senior valuable player on the court as point guard for the Eagles boys basketball team.
The Community Assistance, Referrals and Education Services unit fills niche of emergency assistance to help South King County’s most vulnerable populations.
Decatur’s three sub-regional champions, five tournament finalists to compete at regionals Tahoma High School Feb. 15.
The death of Patrick McNett, 67, was ruled an accident after he was struck by a vehicle along SW Dash Point Road.
Decatur senior becomes 170-pound champion at sub-regional wrestling tournament, awarded NPSL Olympic Division Wrestler of the Year.
Decatur senior leads gynmastics team to undefeated season, places top two in All-City meet events.
Security guards found the bonsai trees in the roadway near the museum around 11 p.m. Tuesday, museum directors say.
The man was found in the roadway of SW Dash Point Road around 1:40 a.m. Tuesday, police say.
The two bonsai, a Silverberry and a Japanese Black Pine, were stolen from the secured public exhibit area early Sunday morning.
Two males, one female arrived at St. Francis Hospital with non-life threatening injuries shortly after Federal Way police responded to reports of illegal weapon discharge on Friday.
The suspect entered the construction site, broke the chain hoisting two welders to the ceiling and stole the welders.