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Fred Hutch seeks volunteers of color for COVID-19 study

Research company recently released a Spanish-language version of the website for accessibility, inclusivity.

 

High speed rail and hub cities explored in Cascadia Corridor study

A new paper outlines a potential plan for the region.

 

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Federal Way flags at half-staff in memory of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ginsburg died at age 87 on Friday, Sept. 18.

 

Double duty: South King firefighter serves country in Washington Army National Guard

Jason Koffarnus recently achieved 20 years of military service, now preparing for Eastern Europe deployment.

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5 finalists advance in chase for Federal Way City Council seat

Council approves use of criminal background checks on finalists.

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Should state cover school bus costs if there are no riders?

With funding tied to getting students to school, districts are uncertain how much money they’ll receive.

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Man shot in chest found in Federal Way parking lot

Police are investigating the shooting which occurred near the Redondo Heights Park and Ride around 8:30 p.m. on Sept. 20

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A look inside a virtual classroom in Federal Way

Adelaide Elementary teacher Maria Gulchuk offers a glimpse of her first grade classroom during the first week of school.

Federal Way mayor proposes 2021-22 biennial budget

Emphasis on city beautification, public safety

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                                Jerome Collins, shown coaching the Federal Way High School boys basketball team in a 2016 state tournament semifinal game.

Ex-basketball coach returns to teaching following misconduct allegations

Jerome Collins was on two years of paid leave over 2016 incident at Federal Way High School.

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                                Jerome Collins, shown coaching the Federal Way High School boys basketball team in a 2016 state tournament semifinal game.

Man shot, robbed while selling marijuana | Federal Way police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log.

Ex-bookkeeper accused of embezzling cash from Federal Way animal clinic

Former Vets For Less owners find discrepancies.

Enter the Mirror’s Back to School photo contest

Submit your first-day-of-school photo between Sept. 1-20.

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Police searching for 75-year-old Federal Way man

Volodymyr Stefanishchen was last seen in Federal Way on Sunday, Sept. 13.

A view of the Palmer Fire, located seven miles southwest of Oroville in north central Washington. Source: InciWeb

Antifa isn’t starting Washington wildfires

Online conspiracy theories are spreading as the West Coast burns.

A view of the Palmer Fire, located seven miles southwest of Oroville in north central Washington. Source: InciWeb

South King Fire joins local crews to help battle Oregon wildfires

Crews deployed as part of the Washington State Task Force-1 FEMA Urban Search and Rescue (WA-TF1).

South King firefighters extinguish flames in an abandoned commercial building on Aug. 27. This fire was ruled as arson. Photo courtesy of SKFR Commissioner Bill Fuller

South King Fire reports 28 arson fires so far this year

A suspect responsible for several fires on July 22 is in custody.

South King firefighters extinguish flames in an abandoned commercial building on Aug. 27. This fire was ruled as arson. Photo courtesy of SKFR Commissioner Bill Fuller
A vacant building that went up in flames Aug. 27 at the corner of Pacific Highway S. and S. 279th St. in Federal Way. Fire investigators declared the blaze to be an arson. Photo courtesy of South King Fire Commissioner Bill Fuller

Renton man possibly connected to Federal Way arsons

Officers found several lighters and butane fuel in his possession while arresting the man on Aug. 28.

A vacant building that went up in flames Aug. 27 at the corner of Pacific Highway S. and S. 279th St. in Federal Way. Fire investigators declared the blaze to be an arson. Photo courtesy of South King Fire Commissioner Bill Fuller
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Drive-in movie at PAEC canceled due to unsafe air quality

City officials have decided to cancel the Saturday night event for the health and safety of residents.

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Man accidentally shoots self in traffic | Federal Way police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log.