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SKFR crews responded to the fire at Hoyt Road SW and SW 332nd Place Wednesday morning; No suspects in the case at this time.
30th District Democrat Rep. Kristine Reeves announced on Monday she is stepping down immediately.
Federal Way’s Special Investigations Unit arrested the suspect on Friday, Dec. 13; Some of the 78 stolen trees were recovered, police say.
Doug Nelson’s final day with the city was Dec. 4; recreation Manager Cody Geddes fills interim manager position.
Todd Beamer beats Thomas Jefferson on Dec. 11; Decatur loses by two points to AMV.
Police encourage residents to hang up on suspicious calls.
TBHS senior is the only four-year athlete on girls bowling team.
The district expects the new building to open by fall 2021.
TBHS sophomore demonstrates tenacity, leadership daily on the Titans wrestling team.
Seniors Brady Houston and Spencer Sugg to play at Tacoma Community College, Mason Hymer to play for Columbia Basin College.
The society’s annual open house and exhibit grand opening is 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7.
The Federal Way location is one of 12 clubs honored among 400 clubs nation-wide.
Mirror reporter runs the 13.1-mile race in 2:01:40.
TJHS senior led bowling team to opening season win.
TJHS senior cheerleader sparks positivity through mentor program, Latino Student Union.
The 10U team is raising money for trip to Ohio next weekend to compete in the Pro Football Hall of Fame World Youth Championships.
$1.3 million budget increase will fund staffing for an additional aid car, and will help district replace fire rescue boat.
Evelyn Castellar, founder of Projecto Honduras, is the Mirror’s Citizen of the Month for November.
FUSION Family Center is expected to open in July 2020, the nonprofit executive director says.
FWHS junior earns All-NPSL First Team honors, ends season with 35 catches for 545 yards.