Although an explosion that destroyed a Tacoma trailer was initially believed to be related to a methamphetamine lab, the Fire Department said Tuesday the fire was started by a leaking propane tank.
A Tacoma man who tried to cross Interstate 5 late Monday was struck by a car, according to the Washington State Patrol.
The statewide 911 outage Thursday prevented 4,500 emergency calls from reaching dispatchers, CenturyLink said in a statement Monday.
Last weeks 911 outage prompted the most widespread use ever of Pierce Countys emergency alert system, which sends messages to land lines and cellphones across the county.
A toddler died Monday after he was hit by a truck while being pulled in a wagon on the Foothills Trail in Buckley, Buckley police chief Jim Arsanto said.
Bail was set Monday at $175,000 for a man who sparked a manhunt when he ran off after allegedly crashing his SUV into car, badly injuring two women.
A mother and her three children were displaced Monday morning after a fire ripped through their Kent apartment.
An arrest warrant has been issued for a 26-year-old woman who concocted a story to protect the man now charged with severely injuring her 5-year-old son.
A Roy man driving in Oregon had a cinder block dropped on his car from a freeway overpass which struck his passenger in the face, Oregon State Police said.
Two men were injured early Monday after a possible methamphetamine lab exploded behind a home in South Tacoma.
A 20-year-old Tacoma woman who contends she was subjected to an odyssey of horror as a foster child has sued the state of Washington for $5 million.
A Lakebay man whose pickup crashed into a Purdy-area ditch Christmas Day died Friday from his injuries, the State Patrol said.
A Lake Tapps woman was in critical condition and a South Hill man in custody Sunday after a hit-and-run crash Saturday night in Puyallup led to an overnight manhunt.
When youre carrying a load of stolen merchandise and a list headed, Stores to hit, its a mistake to claim thats just how people talk in Missouri especially if youre not from Missouri.
Thursday's seven-hour 911 outage apparently stemmed from a malfunction in the telephone networks that people use to make everyday calls, not the separate system that sends calls to emergency dispatchers, state officials said Friday.
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