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Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train 1:50

Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train

Bradley McDougald on replacing Kam Chancellor as Seahawks' strong safety 2:41

Bradley McDougald on replacing Kam Chancellor as Seahawks' strong safety

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure 0:52

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center 0:28

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting 2:17

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting

Tacoma man creates 'Boom Box' to deter package thieves 1:41

Tacoma man creates "Boom Box" to deter package thieves

Protesters use giant tripods to block LNG plant site gates 1:41

Protesters use giant tripods to block LNG plant site gates

Homeless eviction from 'The Jungle' encampment 1:43

Homeless eviction from 'The Jungle' encampment

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco 0:30

Belly up for a 30-feet-long taco

'I'm human, not a robot,' says Doug Baldwin on difficulty of maintaining unwavering focus during a game 2:49

'I'm human, not a robot,' says Doug Baldwin on difficulty of maintaining unwavering focus during a game

Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection

Katie and Mark Green were able to live their dream of owning their Wild Hare Organic Farm along River Road in Puyallup with the help of the PCC Farmland Trust.
Tony Overman toverman@theolympian.com
Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection 0:54

Farmland guaranteed long life after Land Trust protection

New elementary school breaks ground in Tehaleh in Sumner 3:37

New elementary school breaks ground in Tehaleh in Sumner

He did not have time for fear, said D-day veteran 2:16

He did not have time for fear, said D-day veteran

Robots poised roll as Puyallup students prep for MakerFest 1:47

Robots poised roll as Puyallup students prep for MakerFest