Federal Way HEADLINES
Additional law enforcement officers will patrol for drunken drivers this weekend in Pierce and King counties as people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
Top Food & Drug's parent company announced this morning that it will close the Federal Way store in four to six weeks.
The Commons at Federal Way is planning an overhaul thanks to a capital investment from a group backed in part by basketball great Earvin Magic Johnson Jr.
A Milton man who owned a Federal Way bar that authorities say was a front for prostitution was sentenced Friday to six years in federal prison.
Servers at South King County bars will get visited by law enforcement officers this weekend if a drunken driver is arrested after leaving their establishment.
A Federal Way man is among six people federally indicted for allegedly renting apartments across the state to be used as brothels for women in the country illegally, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
A Federal Way man is among six people federally indicted for renting apartments across the state to be used as brothels for women in the country illegally, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
From news partner KIRO-TV:
An Auburn resident convicted of arranging for Korean women to be brought to the United States illegally to work as bar girls at a Federal Way nightclub was sentenced today to two years in federal prison.
Skeletal remains were found in a heavily wooded area of Federal Way this morning.
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