More Videos

Man killed when car hits train in Tacoma 0:26

Man killed when car hits train in Tacoma

Playful orcas ply Tacoma Narrows 0:40

Playful orcas ply Tacoma Narrows

First snow dusts Stevens Pass 0:45

First snow dusts Stevens Pass

‘Garbage juice’ polluting Graham creek, suit says 0:57

‘Garbage juice’ polluting Graham creek, suit says

Pete Carroll says status of Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is unknown — more after SF win 2:36

Pete Carroll says status of Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is unknown — more after SF win

Gregg Bell on what he saw, thought and heard in Seahawks' 12-9 escape versus 49ers 6:14

Gregg Bell on what he saw, thought and heard in Seahawks' 12-9 escape versus 49ers

Grafitti on Stanley Elementary and Boys & Girls Club 0:16

Grafitti on Stanley Elementary and Boys & Girls Club

Renting in Tacoma's tight market for apartments 1:38

Renting in Tacoma's tight market for apartments

Talking 'Star Wars', confederate statues and D.C. budget battles with Derek Kilmer | Capitol Happy Hour 10:15

Talking 'Star Wars', confederate statues and D.C. budget battles with Derek Kilmer | Capitol Happy Hour

UW receiver Dante Pettis on teams kicking to him on punts after three TD returns 0:49

UW receiver Dante Pettis on teams kicking to him on punts after three TD returns

  • VIDEO: Not quite Moby Dick, but she had good bones

    Volunteers from the Foss Waterway Seaport, the Marine Science and Technology Center and Stadium High faculty dig up the bones of a 23-foot female yearling humpback whale that had been buried for decomposition on a Gig Harbor farm. The skeleton will be reassembled and eventually hung at the Seaport.

VIDEO: Not quite Moby Dick, but she had good bones

Volunteers from the Foss Waterway Seaport, the Marine Science and Technology Center and Stadium High faculty dig up the bones of a 23-foot female yearling humpback whale that had been buried for decomposition on a Gig Harbor farm. The skeleton will be reassembled and eventually hung at the Seaport.
Drew Perine dperine@thenewstribune.com