More Videos

Parents speak to man who fatally shot their daughter 1:32

Parents speak to man who fatally shot their daughter

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

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

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park

Highlights as Tristian Kwon leads Lincoln to 62–14 win over Bonney Lake 2:35

Highlights as Tristian Kwon leads Lincoln to 62–14 win over Bonney Lake

VIDEO: Wilson's Jack Hanisch finds Daniel Santana for TNT play call of the week 0:22

VIDEO: Wilson's Jack Hanisch finds Daniel Santana for TNT play call of the week

Metronome Coffee partners with Eastside Community Center 1:33

Metronome Coffee partners with Eastside Community Center

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2 1:49

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2

An underground drone flight from the Space Needle to CenturyLink Field 2:40

An underground drone flight from the Space Needle to CenturyLink Field

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

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

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

  • How emergency calls are sent from 911 and received by responders

    Kris Woodrow, a dispatcher for Sound Sound 911, shows how she dispatches police and Central Pierce firefighter/paramedic Brad Watamura shows how emergency responders use the Mobile Data Computer in fire trucks and ambulances.

Kris Woodrow, a dispatcher for Sound Sound 911, shows how she dispatches police and Central Pierce firefighter/paramedic Brad Watamura shows how emergency responders use the Mobile Data Computer in fire trucks and ambulances. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com
Kris Woodrow, a dispatcher for Sound Sound 911, shows how she dispatches police and Central Pierce firefighter/paramedic Brad Watamura shows how emergency responders use the Mobile Data Computer in fire trucks and ambulances. Peter Haley phaley@thenewstribune.com

Some first responders say new 911 system has chronic problems; overseers say they’re happy with it

February 04, 2017 2:30 PM

More Videos

Parents speak to man who fatally shot their daughter 1:32

Parents speak to man who fatally shot their daughter

No room at the Thurston County jail 1:40

No room at the Thurston County jail

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

Transforming Tacoma's Prairie Line into a linear park

Highlights as Tristian Kwon leads Lincoln to 62–14 win over Bonney Lake 2:35

Highlights as Tristian Kwon leads Lincoln to 62–14 win over Bonney Lake

VIDEO: Wilson's Jack Hanisch finds Daniel Santana for TNT play call of the week 0:22

VIDEO: Wilson's Jack Hanisch finds Daniel Santana for TNT play call of the week

Metronome Coffee partners with Eastside Community Center 1:33

Metronome Coffee partners with Eastside Community Center

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2 1:49

Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2

An underground drone flight from the Space Needle to CenturyLink Field 2:40

An underground drone flight from the Space Needle to CenturyLink Field

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

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

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

  • No room at the Thurston County jail

    A needed expansion at the Thurston County's Accountability & Restitution Center will add 120 beds to an overcrowded - and often inappropriately housed - jail population.