Prosecutors said they do not intend to seek the death penalty against a 38-year-old Washington state man charged with killing his 3-year-old son in July near Anaconda.
Sheriff's detectives believe one man is responsible for two stabbings on the Marvin Road corridor in Thurston County Monday - including one that killed the suspect's mother.
A five-vehicle crash that involved a semitrailer and motor boat blocked all lanes of northbound Interstate 5 Sunday night, according to the State Patrol.
Lacey police were searching Saturday for a 42-year-old man who was reported missing Friday.
Lacey police arrested a 44-year-old Pierce County resident Wednesday after learning he made a telephone threat to shoot up a government office during a call to U.S. Rep. Denny Heck's field office in Lacey, court papers state.
A 36-year-old woman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges she had an illegal sexual relationship with a 15-year-old boy from Lacey.
Several hundred military members and their families converged on the Cabela’s parking lot in Lacey Saturday for the city’s 11th annual Military Family Day.
Lacey's 11th annual Military Family Day draws several hundred military members and their families to an overflowing Cabela's parking lot.
Hundreds stood in line for free food, haircuts, backpacks and horseback rides during an annual neighborhood block party put on by Lacey churches for the fifth consecutive year.
The sudden death of Steve Brooks, an officer with more than 26 years of experience with the Lacey Police Department, has left a huge void, his friends and colleagues said this week.
Joint Base Lewis-McChord commanders broke federal law when they allowed new-arriving helicopter crews to fly regular routes over civilian communities last year. They failed to follow requirements to reach out to neighbors and study the full impacts of the noisy, after-hours training.
Two Army investigations into a deadly 2011 helicopter crash at Joint Base Lewis-McChord cited pilot error as the primary cause of the accident, but both paved the way for improvements that could help prevent another tragedy.
A Lacey resident and retired Army lieutenant colonel pleaded guilty Tuesday to misusing his position as a contracting officer in Iraq six years ago to enrich himself, the Justice Department announced.
Lacey Police are searching for Alene Stevenson, a 78-year-old woman with Parkinson's disease who walked away from HRC ManorCare on Sunday.
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