Tacoma police are asking for the publics help in identifying a driver who hit and injured a 48-year-old woman Nov. 29.
A man who died Tuesday after a SWAT standoff at a storage unit in Spanaway has been identified as Chase Houston.
West Pierce Fire & Rescue crews were fighting a mobile home fire at 127th Street South West and Addison Street Southwest in Lakewood, spokeswoman Jenny Weekes said Tuesday.
A Pierce County sheriff's deputy was shot in the arm about 4:15 p.m. Tuesday by a man barricaded inside a commercial storage unit in the 21600 block of Mountain Highway East, department spokesman Ed Troyer said.
Kent firefighters today rescued a construction worker who was injured while working atop a five-story apartment complex.
One person was missing after a grain silo at Wilcox Farms collapsed Monday in Roy, South Pierce Fire & Rescue Chief Bob Vellias said.
A 33-year-old woman is the latest to be convicted in the killing of Dean Barker, whose body was dumped outside a house for sale in Graham last year.
Firefighters battled a blaze at a Tacoma apartment complex that started in an upstairs unit, according to the Fire Department.
A fire destroyed a Puyallup farm house early this morning in a dramatic blaze that shot flames into the air and could be seen across the valley, according to East Pierce Fire & Rescue.
Kathleen Sallade had a master key for the assisted living facility she worked at in Gig Harbor, and police believe she used it to sneak into rooms and steal $300,000 worth of jewelry.
A Kent man was taken into custody after he tried to barricade himself in his burning apartment Sunday, according to Kent Fire.
Drivers from Oregon or anywhere else are absolutely not given free passes from speeding infractions while driving in our state, Washington State Patrol spokesman Guy Gill said.
Lakewood police say that for medical reasons they retired one of their K-9s, who is the subject of two lawsuits against the city and his handler.
The sandwich bandit burned his breakfast and went to jail hungry. He was 25, clad in a brown knit cap, jeans and a blue coat.
Six years ago, Tacoma officials began installing cameras to catch red-light runners at seven intersections, saying they wanted to reduce accidents and make the streets safer.
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