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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
Is This the Year Washington State Repeals the Death Penalty? It's Up to the House.

It's taken four years since Governor Jay Inslee suspended the use of the death penalty in the state of Washington for the issue to gain any traction in the state legislature, but on Wednesday a bill to end capital punishment finally gained enough votes to pass the state senate. One of the critical differences in this year's effort is that Democrat Jamie Pedersen chaired the Senate Law and Justice committee; Republican Senator Mike Padden had blocked such efforts when he held the position.

The Olympian: That time Tim Eyman was partly right

Tim Eyman looks on from the gallery during a hearing in King County Superior Court in this file photo. Several proposals have been proposed this legislative session that would make it more difficult for citizens to gather signatures and launch initiative campaigns.

Bills aim to lift legal age to buy tobacco, vapor products to 21

Rep. Paul Harris, R-Vancouver, speaks to The Columbian Editorial Board in August. Harris says he thinks his bill to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco and vaping products to 21 will pass the House, but the success of the Senate bill is less clear, he said.

Gun violence responsible for three-quarters of 74 homicides in King County in 2017

After being stalked for days, 22-year-old Evelyn Zaragoza was fatally shot in the head in a Federal Way parking lot in November, according to police and prosecutors. The circumstances of her death reflect intersecting trends that were seen in homicide cases investigated last year across King County, where the number of victims and suspects in their teens or early 20s surpassed those of the same age group in 2016.

Property owner? Brace yourself for this year's tax bill

By the end of next week, this year's property-tax bills will be on the way. And that includes the new education-funding tax increase - $1 for every $1,000 your property's worth - so the King County Assessor's Office has sent an alert , in hopes you won't be too shocked.

That time Tim Eyman was partly right

Getting an initiative to the ballot is hard to do. Paid signature-gatherers have become the norm for qualifying in Washington state.

Middle school student claims teacher pushed him during argument

A South King County middle school teacher is on administrative leave after a student said the man pushed him on Friday. Sitting inside his apartment with his father Monday night, 13-year-old Jueliyan Williams said his history teacher assaulted him after he tried to get his phone back.

Man gets 18 years for sexual exploitation of children

Officials say a Washington man has been sentenced to 18 years in federal prison for felonies involving sexual exploitation of children. The U.S. Justice Department says 38-year-old Steven Rigtrup of Federal Way also was sentenced Monday in U.S. District Court in Seattle to lifetime supervised release.

Proposed bill would raise age for tobacco, vaping sales to 21 in Washington - Thu, 01 Feb 2018 PST

A bill heard by the Washington Senate Labor and Commerce committee would raise the purchasing age for tobacco and vaping products to 21 in the state. David Hall, pictured in the foreground, was one of the few business owners opposing the bill, saying at the hearing that the loss in revenue would be a small cost to pay for healthier young people.

Lawmakers want to rein in Washington's many tax breaks

That's how many separate tax breaks and exemptions saved taxpayers-but cost the state-a little over $100 million from 2015 to 2017, according to the state Department of Revenue. Lawmakers on both sides of the aisle differ on whether so many exemptions are necessary to economic growth in Washington.

Questions swirl around state's school-funding fix as lawmakers weigh $1B for teacher salaries

Under Washington's school-finance system, the Bethel School District, just south of Tacoma, gets about $36,500 from the state to pay the base salary of each of its classroom teachers. The state doles out the same amount for teacher pay in the neighboring Franklin Pierce and Tacoma school districts.

Weighing fate of anti-affirmative action initiative, Legislature...

John Carlson, a political activist and radio host, is pictured here in August 2000. Carlson led a campaign to establish Initiative 200, which prohibits racial and gender preferences by state and local government.

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