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Located between Seattle and Tacoma, Washington, this city has Puget Sound on its western border and Mt. Rainier National Park lies less than 50 miles to the southeast. Due to the closeness of Puget Sound, the moist marine air keeps the climate relatively mild and temperate. Originally a logging town, Federal Way saw a swift growth through the 1970s and 1980s, and it was in 1990 that the city became incorporated.

Population: 88580
Local Newspapers: The News Tribune The Seattle Times
Local Sports Teams: Tacoma Rainiers (Pacific Coast League baseball) Tacoma Jazz (International Basketball League)
Local Colleges: Green River Community College Highline Community College

Zip Codes associated with federal way, washington: 98001 98003 98023
Towns/Cities near federal way, washington : Edgewood Milton Redondo Lakeland North

Federal Way News
Child labor in Seattle: Mexican girl kept in near slavery

They collected the wages she was paid by temp agencies that provided workers to factories, while leaving her hungry and trapped at a Federal Way apartment. Investigators contend a "C," 14-year-old Mexican girl, was forced to work at this Kent commercial bakery as well as several other factories around the Seattle area.

Camden: Bumpy trip down memory lane for late Tom Foley

When I was a much younger reporter for The Spokesman-Review in the early 1980s, I covered the nuclear fiasco that was the Washington Public Power Supply System. This was good gig because it meant writing about the faltering effort to build five nuclear plants, which was living up to the pronunciation of the WPPSS acronym - Whoops - and spiraling into the largest municipal bond default in U.S. history.

Prosecutors: Federal Way Snapchat date ended in murder

Police claim Alexander killed another man lured into a robbery by Alexander's girlfriend. Alexander, 25, has been charged with murder.

Senate votes to move the Washington presidential primary to early March - Mon, 06 Mar 2017 PST

Washington voters could have more choices and a bigger impact on the 2020 presidential process, whittling down the crowded field in early March rather than voting in late May when the races are all but over. The Senate voted Monday to move the date of the state presidential primary up, and allow those who don't want to state a party preference to mark a ballot which would be tabulated, even though political parties wouldn't have to use those results.

Man faces murder charge in Federal Way killing

The Seattle Times reports that King County prosecutors charged 25-year-old Kevion Maurice Alexander on Friday. It was at that apartment complex where the body of 27-year-old Andre Aber-Williams was found in a parking lot on Jan. 11. Federal Way police say the woman met Aber-Williams using social media and arranged for him to come to her apartment complex.

Ringleader sentenced to life without parole for killing of armored-car guard in Lakewood

Almost eight years after armored-car guard Kurt Husted was shot and killed, his family thinks they might have seen the man who orchestrated his murder for the last time. Pierce County Superior Court Judge John Hickman sentenced Odies Walker, 49, on Thursday to life in prison without parole for the fatal robbery in 2009 at the Lakewood Walmart.


Senate Bill 5223 passed in the Republican-led Senate Thursday on a 26-23 vote and now heads to the Democratic-controlled House, where it is not expected to advance. State Sen. Mark Miloscia, a Republican from Federal Way, sponsored the bill after a task force last year recommended two sites to address King County's opioid crisis.

Couple arrested in January homicide in Federal Way

Federal Way police have arrested a couple in connection with the shooting death of a 27-year-old man whose body was left outside an apartment complex in January and whose car was torched the next day. A King County District Court judge found probable cause Wednesday to hold a 24-year-old man on investigation of homicide and a 22-year-old woman on investigation of criminal conspiracy for their alleged roles in the death of Andre Aber-Williams on Jan. 11, said Dan Donohoe, a spokesman for Prosecutor Dan Satterberg.

2017 Women's Pac-12 Championships: Day 4 Finals Live Recap

Follow along with full coverage of the final night of the women's Pac-12 championships in Federal Way, Wash. The Stanford Cardinal have a 173-point lead heading into the final session and are expected to walk away with the team championship.

Man arrested for attempted murder after Federal Way love triangle

A man nearly died after being shot in the chest last week in Federal Way by a man allegedly intent on killing the victim's son, prosecutors say. A man nearly died after being shot in the chest last week in Federal Way by a man allegedly intent on killing the victim's son, prosecutors say.

Katie Ledecky Takes Down American and NCAA Records in 500 Free

Stanford's Katie Ledecky demolished her own American and NCAA records in the women's 500 free Thursday night at the Pac-12 championships in Federal Way, Wash. Ledecky touched in 4:25.15, obliterating her previous top mark of 4:26.46 set at the Ohio State Invite in November.

Charges: Man bound, gagged over rottweiler puppy money

A 34-year-old Enumclaw man was charged this month with binding and gagging a man in his Federal Way-area home and stealing more than $10,000 that was exchanged in a transaction over rottweiler puppies. A 34-year-old Enumclaw man was charged this month with binding and gagging a man in his Federal Way-area home and stealing more than $10,000 that was exchanged in a transaction over rottweiler puppies.

Timing a key to avoid layoff notices for some Washington school districts - Tue, 21 Feb 2017 PST

Gov. Jay Inslee and four school superintendents on Feb. 21, 2017, urge the Legislature to pass a bill postponing a scheduled drop in money for public schools. Behind Inslee, from left, are Sunnyside School Superintendent Kevin McKay, Federal Way Superintendent Tammy Campbell, Lake Washington Superintendent Traci Pierce and Seattle Superintendent Larry Nyland.

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