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Free events, hosted by King County Councilmember Pete von Reichbauer, run July 11 in Federal Way and July 12 in Auburn
Bags of body parts were found in a suitcase along a West Seattle beach on June 19.
Department’s current staffing level still not at full capacity.
The medication was noted as administered, however the patient was not present to receive the pill at the time.
Book Up Summer reading program provides students with 12 books to promote child literacy and bridge achievement gaps.
Williams, a 23-year-old paraplegic Black man, died Dec. 31, 2019; investigation of his death is ongoing.
58-year-old Lynnwood man struck parked vehicle, killing both occupants, Washington State Patrol says.
Starting July 6, recorded video lessons for grades K-3 will be available online and broadcast on local TV Channel 21.
Wayside United Church of Christ held a dedication ceremony for the new LGBTQ+ community pride display on June 26.
Personal use of fireworks could result in a $300 fine, an arrest, or a life-altering injury, officials say.
The incident occurred as the woman was loading groceries into her car on June 20.
In past five years, Federal Way police have used a vascular neck restraint 41 times.
Resident and Diversity Commission member Trenise Rogers is the Mirror’s Hometown Hero for June.
Dedication ceremony will be held at 7 p.m. June 26 at Wayside United Church of Christ.
The adults had been using multiple platforms and apps to contact the underaged boy.
Peter L. Garrido, 30, allegedly shot a man in the abdomen after tensions escalated on I5 last Saturday.
A flag-raising ceremony will be held at 9 a.m. Friday, June 19 in front of City Hall.
Federal Way resident Bill Brand was a volunteer battalion chief during his time with the department in the 1970s.
From June 29 through Aug. 10, parents can pick up five days’ worth of meals every Monday.
The suspect is a civilian employee of the Seattle Police Department, according to Washington State Patrol.