Federal Way HEADLINES
Two Federal Way schools were briefly locked down this morning after a man threatened to have a shootout with police if they tried to stop him from picking up his children, according to the Police Department.
Federal Way police are trying to determine whether two attempted child abductions over the weekend are related.
The city of Federal Way said Tuesday that for the second time during Mayor Skip Priests re-election campaign it is asking an outside authority to investigate his behavior.
A Bothell man died early Saturday when he was thrown from his motorcycle on northbound Interstate 5 in Federal Way, according to the State Patrol.
An Oregon grand jury has indicted the president of Federal Ways school board for seven counts of felony theft, alleging he stole more than $150,000 worth of truck tires from a Portland-based tire store last year.
Federal Way residents can help families in need by donating food this month as part of the Mayor's Day of Concern for the Hungry.
A world-renowned but low-profile South Sound tourist attraction could be moving to Seattle if a Tacoma foundation’s effort to keep it local isn’t successful.
Federal Way police are searching for a 51-year-old woman who walked away from a residential care facility early this morning.
A driver who hit and killed a bicyclist in Federal Way last month has been charged with vehicular homicide, according to the King County Prosecutors Office.
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