More Videos

Gusts of gale-force wind pepper South Sound 0:43

Gusts of gale-force wind pepper South Sound

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park 2:22

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park

Gig Harbor's largest ever building project opens to positive reviews 1:52

Gig Harbor's largest ever building project opens to positive reviews

$40 million, 7-story apartment complex to break ground next to downtown Tacoma library 1:04

$40 million, 7-story apartment complex to break ground next to downtown Tacoma library

'I was just hit,' state patrol trooper tells dispatch 0:29

'I was just hit,' state patrol trooper tells dispatch

Juan Perez, the Piano Man, at his final Nordstrom appearance 2:27

Juan Perez, the Piano Man, at his final Nordstrom appearance

Pete Carroll: Michael Bennett practices, Cliff Avril's status 1:38

Pete Carroll: Michael Bennett practices, Cliff Avril's status

Would you like beer cheese sauce, bacon and a fried egg on your fries? 0:46

Would you like beer cheese sauce, bacon and a fried egg on your fries?

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2 1:49

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2

  • Puyallup would be left holding the bag after lawsuit, lawyer tells city council

    An attorney for Conway Construction tells the Puyallup City Council on May 10, 2016, the consequences of a lawsuit that his client has filed. Conway Construction’s contract in the road-widening project on 39th Avenue Southwest near Costco was terminated by the city.

An attorney for Conway Construction tells the Puyallup City Council on May 10, 2016, the consequences of a lawsuit that his client has filed. Conway Construction’s contract in the road-widening project on 39th Avenue Southwest near Costco was terminated by the city. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com
An attorney for Conway Construction tells the Puyallup City Council on May 10, 2016, the consequences of a lawsuit that his client has filed. Conway Construction’s contract in the road-widening project on 39th Avenue Southwest near Costco was terminated by the city. David Montesino dmontesino@thenewstribune.com

Losing in court, Puyallup pays extra belligerence fee for endless road project

October 05, 2017 5:17 PM

More Videos

Gusts of gale-force wind pepper South Sound 0:43

Gusts of gale-force wind pepper South Sound

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park 2:22

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park

Gig Harbor's largest ever building project opens to positive reviews 1:52

Gig Harbor's largest ever building project opens to positive reviews

$40 million, 7-story apartment complex to break ground next to downtown Tacoma library 1:04

$40 million, 7-story apartment complex to break ground next to downtown Tacoma library

'I was just hit,' state patrol trooper tells dispatch 0:29

'I was just hit,' state patrol trooper tells dispatch

Juan Perez, the Piano Man, at his final Nordstrom appearance 2:27

Juan Perez, the Piano Man, at his final Nordstrom appearance

Pete Carroll: Michael Bennett practices, Cliff Avril's status 1:38

Pete Carroll: Michael Bennett practices, Cliff Avril's status

Would you like beer cheese sauce, bacon and a fried egg on your fries? 0:46

Would you like beer cheese sauce, bacon and a fried egg on your fries?

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2 1:49

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2

  • Browns Point students' drawings highlight professional mural

    Sit down (or try to keep up) with Boston-based artist Bren Bataclan as he transforms fifth-graders' sketches into colorful murals at Browns Point Elementary in Tacoma.