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Depending on its cause, Thursday night’s Skagit River bridge collapse might figure into discussions in Olympia about whether to raise gas taxes and fees to pay for transportation work.
A Pierce County woman is accused of starving one of her horses because she didn’t want to pay $200 to have it euthanized.
The Sound Transit Board of Directors made it official Thursday, unanimously affirming the Tacoma City Council’s choice of a 2.3-mile light rail extension that runs through the heart of the Hilltop on Martin Luther King Jr. Way.
The Tacoma School Board opted out of the charter school business Thursday night — at least for now.
Whether you prefer Zimbabwean folk or classical chamber music, whether you love wacky festivals or serious theater, whether you like being inside or outside or both, you’ll find a summer full of fun in the South Sound.
The collapse of a bridge on Interstate 5 in Skagit County is one more reason Western Washington residents will need to plan ahead for their Memorial Day weekend travels.
Two centuries ago, a small pink flower framed the hills and prairie around the main village of the Steilacoom Indian tribe in what is now west Pierce County.
Pierce County Council member Stan Flemming says he has moved from University Place to Gig Harbor so that he has the option of running for re-election in 2014.
Crews will resume work Friday on 10 miles of Stevens Canyon Road, the major east-west road in Mount Rainier National Park.
Gov. Jay Inslee isnt getting a pay raise this year, nor in 2014. But the nine members of the state Supreme Court led by Chief Justice Barbara Madsen will get raises Sept. 1 and their salaries will rise above even that of the governor.
Word on the Street: Puyallup City Council approves appointments to new citizens task force on homelessness
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- Seahawks' Lynch has DUI motion continued
- King County Sheriff’s deputy injured in off-duty motorcycle crash near Frederickson dies
- History lesson blooming in Steilacoom