Bonney Lake HEADLINES
It appeared to be a mixed bag of incumbent and newcomer victories Tuesday night as early election results rolled in for East Pierce County races.
A Pierce County judge gives James Southard Jr. an exceptional sentence after the defendant pleading guilty to running down Gary Slick in August 2012.
Two issues are framing elections in Bonney Lake this year one that looks into the future, the other anchored in the recent past.
A two-car crash in the 18300 block of state Route 410 was blocking part of the roadway about 7:20 p.m. Thursday in Bonney Lake, police said.
James Southard Jr. faces a sentence well above the standard range after admitting he ran down Gary Slick in Bonney Lake last summer.
Snacks, pumpkin painting and pavilion tours on the agenda as Franciscans host open house in Bonney Lake.
The driver and passenger of a 1995 Honda Accord died early Sunday when the vehicle hit a pole and split into three pieces just south of Summit, Pierce County Sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer said.
A Pierce County transportation program in East Pierce communities originally set to end next week has been extended in Sumner.
Police arrested a Bonney Lake High School student Wednesday and booked her into Remann Hall for suspicion of making a fake bomb threat at the school.
Bonney Lake High School was evacuated today after a bomb threat was called in, according to Sumner School District.
Drunken driving arrests in Pierce County were down from last year over the Labor Day weekend, according to the Washington Traffic Safety Commission.
Fresh from mid-morning recess in the August sunshine, a group of 17 pre-kindergarten students needed a gentle reminder that it was time to focus.
A 17-year-old mentally disabled girl who ran away from a Bonney Lake-area group home Sunday was found safe this morning, according to the Pierce County Sheriffs Office.
At 7:30 a.m. Monday, police officers from Pierce and King counties gathered at Bonney Lake’s Public Safety Building to pay respects to Brian Kelly, a former Bonney Lake police officer who lost his battle with cancer Aug. 9. He was 42.
At 7:30 a.m. Monday, police officers from Pierce and King counties gathered at Bonney Lakes Public Safety Building to pay respects to Brian Kelly, a former Bonney Lake police officer who lost his battle with cancer on Aug. 9. He was 42.
Co-workers say former Bonney Lake police officer Brian Kelly was a guy who made an effort to reach out at community events.
Sheriff's deputies are asking the public to help find 17-year-old Maliika Andrus, who they say has the mental capacity of a 9-year-old and appears to have fled a Bonney Lake-area group home early Sunday.
Crews responded about 1 p.m. Sunday to the end of Falling Water Boulevard East off of 181st Avenue East in the Bonney Lake area for a brush fire, East Pierce Fire & Rescue said.
The Bonney Lake Police Department will hold a procession on Monday morning in memory of former Officer Brian Kelly, who died of cancer on Aug. 9.
Two Bonney Lake residents were arrested and a Milton woman hospitalized after a car rammed a vehicle late Tuesday near Pacific.
Bonney Lake police arrest man they say drove recklessly through city, tried to run officers off road
A 27-year-old man was arrested Tuesday night after police say he reportedly drove about 90 miles per hour through Bonney Lake and later crashed after a pursuit in which he allegedly tried to run officers off the road.
East Pierce firefighters will be at a Bonney Lake intersection today collecting money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
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