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With Mother's Day on May 12, its a great time to celebrate everything you love about your mom. And if you want to do something more than a card and flowers, or are in search of an idea to spoil her now or later, try one of these gifts of experience, organized by popular television shows. Simply find your moms favorite show, and try the activity.
UPDATED: Fire crews expect to have the C-line Fire 50 percent contained by 6 p.m. Monday as it burns on about 60 acres in Capitol Forest, according to the state Department of Natural Resources.
Two people riding a motorcycle about 27 miles north of Shelton on Highway 101 were killed Saturday afternoon after a vehicle crossed the center line and crashed into them, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Washington State Patrol Troopers suspect alcohol was a factor in a roll over crash that injured two in Shelton Friday night.
The Nisqually Tribe celebrated the opening of its new tribal center Friday morning. The 26,000-square-foot building, constructed opposite the old center, that will house many of the services that the tribes 760 members use.
Hundreds gathered Friday at the foot of the Temple of Justice on the Capitol Campus to honor police officers who have fallen or been injured in the line of duty.
After the legislative day ends at the Capitol, its common for lobbyists and lawmakers to meet for dinner at one of several usually higher-end Olympia restaurants.
A two-hour evening march through downtown Olympia capped a daylong May Day demonstration that remained largely peaceful, if sometimes tense.
Two people were arrested in relation to an armed robbery in Centralia Tuesday, according to a news release.
John P. Alkins, a 58-year-old Thurston County man, was found dead Tuesday night with stab wounds to the throat and a cord wrapped around his neck, according to the Sheriff's Office.
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council unanimously passes halfway house ordinance, bans multiple sex offenders, violent felons from living in residential areas
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- Man dies of injuries after longboard crash at Chambers Bay
- Wilson faces more pressure than other young QBs?
- New Puyallup River bridge at SR 167 expected in next few years; funding an issue with Milroy span
- Report: Tacoma businessman busted in Internet sex sting