Detectives are asking the public to help identify two men who simultaneously robbed a Frederickson bank Monday.
Police are looking for information about three robberies that happened at the same Tacoma gas station in about a week.
A 39-year-old man riding a motorcycle died Wednesday after he hit a pickup truck in Puyallup, police spokesman Scott Engle said.
A legal argument that could alter the landscape of state mental health policy is headed for the state Supreme Court.
A man charged with killing a Tacoma man in a car crash before fleeing the scene was brought back to Pierce County Wednesday to face charges.
It started with using the corporate account to pay off her credit card bills.
Two boys were expelled from Lincoln High School on Wednesday after they followed and pointed an airsoft gun at another student, Tacoma police said.
Christopher Merrick, convicted of two counts of second-degree animal cruelty, also is forbidden from owning dogs for two years. Passersby found the puppies he left on Joint Base Lewis-McChord and reported the discovery to authorities.
Former Lincoln High School teacher Meredith Powell pleaded not guilty Tuesday to a fourth charge stemming from her alleged sexual misconduct with students. The 24-year-old former Tacoma math teacher had pleaded not guilty Feb. 7 to two counts of third-degree child rape and one count of communication with a minor for immoral purposes. The charges were based on allegations that she engaged in sexual acts with three of her male students, ages 15 to 17, earlier this year.
Christopher Randolph, 15, was found Tuesday evening in Puyallup.
Pierce County prosecutors charged a Tacoma transient with first-degree robbery after he allegedly stole candy and pulled a gun on store employees who demanded he return the sweet treats.
When Tacoma police found Vol Lam, his clothes were bloody and his knees and knuckles were scraped up.
A fire badly damaged a commercial building in Kent early this morning, according to the Fire Department.
A fire at the residence of several monks adjacent to a Tacoma Buddhist temple injured one person Saturday night.
A Spanaway woman accused of forging a divorce and collecting child support pleaded not guilty Monday to first-degree theft and forgery.
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