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Child injured after car crashes into tree | Police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log March 10-15.

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A testy final night of legislating brought 2 big surprises

Here’s what’s happening after adjournment of the 2022 session of the Washington Legislature.

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Kristine Reeves announces campaign for 30th LD State Representative

Reeves is vying for position 2, previously held by Rep. Jesse Johnson.

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Best of Federal Way 2022 results: Living categories

Results for best firefighter, teacher, nonprofit, bar and much more.

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Best of Federal Way 2022 results: Service categories

Federal Way residents voted on best daycare, veterinarian, real estate agent and more.

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King County wants your opinion on new firework enforcement rules | King County

Your comments will be accepted through April 10.

  • Mar 16, 2022
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A few questions for South King Fire’s Gordy Goodsell

Fire Marshal and Assistant Chief Gordy Goodsell was recently voted best firefighter by Federal Way residents.

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Amazon to invest over $40 million in affordable housing near Sound Transit sites

The company outlined two specific housing projects near light rail stations in Bellevue and SeaTac.

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Sen. Claire Wilson announces campaign for re-election

Wilson was first elected to the Legislature in 2018.

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Well-Fed in Federal Way: Apple rosemary scones

Recipe of the week is a sweet pastry for spring.

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Readers pick Judge Dave Larson for best city leader

Larson joined the Federal Way Municipal Court in 2008.

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Rose Ehl, left, stands with Federal Way Farmers Market DJ LaMont Atkinson.

The Federal Way Farmers Market is a dream come true

Rose Ehl, director of the Federal Way Farmers Market, was voted best community volunteer.

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Rose Ehl, left, stands with Federal Way Farmers Market DJ LaMont Atkinson.
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Tasting some of the Best of Federal Way

The people of Federal Way have decided. The Best of Federal Way winners list is full of exemplary businesses in the community who all provide… Continue reading

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Best of Federal Way 2022 results: Food categories

Results for best barbecue, coffee shop, dessert, sandwich, and more.

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Inquests into police shootings to resume in King County

First case involves death of Kent man; future inquests include Auburn, Kent, Federal Way police

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Leandra Craft announces run for 30th District State Representative

Craft is a King County senior deputy prosecuting attorney and former Federal Way City Council member.

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Website aids Ukrainians; criminal justice reform under scrutiny | King County Local Dive

Welcome to a new podcast for King County residents.

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Student lights toilet roll on fire | Police blotter

Following is a sample from the Federal Way police log March 2-9.

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Looking west, the Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension construction is taking shape in the city’s core. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda

The quest for cranes in downtown Federal Way

Open house on March 24 seeks input from community members to envision the city core’s future.

Looking west, the Sound Transit Federal Way Link Extension construction is taking shape in the city’s core. Photo courtesy of Bruce Honda
A kindergarten student at Panther Lake Elementary raises her hand during attendance on the first day of in-person learning on March 15, 2021. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror

Masks optional for students, staff at Federal Way schools

FWPS district recently announced changes to mask requirements, effective March 12.

A kindergarten student at Panther Lake Elementary raises her hand during attendance on the first day of in-person learning on March 15, 2021. Olivia Sullivan/the Mirror