An elderly woman was injured this morning after driving her car off an elevated parking structure in Puyallup.
A former Spanaway Lake High School student is suing the Bethel School District over a stabbing incident that occurred at a school in May 2010.
Angela Salyer of Rogers High School is the winner of the 10th Congressional District Art Competition. Her work, “Blooming in Spring,” will be on display in the U.S. Capitol for one year, alongside winning pieces from other congressional districts around the country.
The city of Puyallup is accepting applications from citizens interested in serving on a homelessness task force.
A downtown Puyallup barbershop in business for almost 90 years had its rotating barber pole stolen this week.
The Puyallup parks department has saved two popular programs after a long and sometimes contentious budget process that involved parks staff members and other city officials.
A 53-year-old Puyallup woman must undergo a hearing to determine whether she is mentally competent to face charges that she forced her way into a neighbors home and pointed a gun at a teenage boy.
More than 100 first-responders practiced an active-shooter scenario at the Washington State Fair Events Center on Thursday.
A 53-year-old Puyallup woman must undergo a hearing to determine whether she is mentally competent to face charges that she forced her way into a neighbor’s home and pointed a gun at a teenage boy.
Puyallup police have recovered the vehicle they believe was used to run down a 15-year-old Puyallup girl nearly two months ago.
Puyallup police have recovered the vehicle used to run down a 15-year-old Puyallup girl nearly two months ago but have not made an arrest.
No one was seriously hurt Monday when a car carrying two adults and an 8-month-old boy crashed through the side of the South Hill Harborstone Credit Union.
Central Pierce Fire & Rescue crews are in the 3900 block of South Meridian for a report of a vehicle into a building, according to assistant chief Randy Stephens. He said technical rescue workers have been called to the scene.
A Seattle-based pizza chain is opening its first South Sound outposts in Puyallup and Tacoma. Expect a late June opening for Mod Super Fast Pizza in Puyallups Sunrise Village. A Tacoma Mall Mod is expected to open sometime in September.
Its something of a formality, but Michael Patrick League now faces two first-degree murder charges instead of one.
A few new twists plus some curves and loops will accompany traditional trappings at the Washington State Fair in September.
When Thursday’s farmers market opens on Broadway in downtown Tacoma it will mark another season of selling fresh, organic and locally grown produce for Terry and Dick Carkner. The couple own Terry’s Berries, a 25-acre organic farm in the Puyallup Valley. On Thursday they will be selling greens and rhubarb. But no berries. “We can only take what we grow,” Terry said last week at her farm on the edge of Tacoma. And what’s in season.
The Washington State Fair, formerly called the Puyallup Fair, continues its rebranding efforts and has begun dismantling one of its iconic symbols at the Gold Gate.
The Washington State Fair announced this month it will get a new permanent roller coaster at the fairgrounds. The looping inversion coaster will debut at the annual event, which runs Sept. 6-22.
The Washington State Fair continues its rebranding efforts, and will begin the dismantling of one of its iconic symbols at the Gold Gate.
All ninth-grade athletes in the Puyallup School District will get a chance to compete at a high school level beginning with the fall 2014 sports season.
South Sound 911s board unanimously approved an agreement Wednesday with the city of Puyallup, including paying for about $3.5 million in future radio improvements for the city.
South Sound 911s board unanimously approved an agreement today with the City of Puyallup, agreeing to pay for about $3.5 million in radio improvements for the city.
Federal prosecutors have filed a motion to keep a South Hill man indicted on drug and weapons charges in jail, arguing that he is a flight risk.
In an area as lush and green as the Pacific Northwest it might be hard to reconcile that gardening here often can be a tricky proposition. But plant expert Ed Hume has spent several decades seeking out the vegetables and flowers that grow the best in our cool summers and over abundant rainfall.
Puyallup City Council has approved a preliminary agreement with South Sound 911 that could pave the way for about $3.5 million in radio improvements at no cost to the city.
Australian marsupials and tiny tots brightened a soggy second day at the Spring Fair in Puyallup on Friday.
For Harriet Johnson, a simple trip to run errands was anything but simple.
It’s a big musical jump from the elegance of Mozart to the driving pulse of mambo, son and cha cha. But combining classical music and Cuba has been a major part of Northwest Sinfonietta’s mission during the past couple of years.
A new looping inversion coaster is set to debut at the Washington State Fair in September and the public is commissioned to come up with its moniker.
It wasn’t fatally shooting two men that landed Jeremy Capodanno in federal court today – it was possessing the marijuana the dead men broke in to steal and the guns Capodanno used to defend the grow operation in his South Hill garage.
The 24th annual Spring Fair will kick off today in Puyallup with free gate admission for kids.
The box next to the man lying on a bench at a Puyallup hospital held a syringe and more than $10,000 worth of stolen drugs.
Puyallup City Council to hold special meeting to discuss Sound Transit station improvements, parking issues
The Puyallup City Council will hold its second joint meeting with Sound Transit board members and city officials to discuss access and improvement of the transit station in downtown Puyallup.
Kid Rock will wrap up the Washington State Fairs two-week long concert series on Sept. 22, according to a news release from the fairs public relations counsel Karen LaFlamme.
Some of the youngest parade-watchers were the warmest as the 80th Daffodil Parade worked its way through a chilly drizzle in downtown Tacoma on Saturday morning.
Zenaida Crisostomo Slemp of Puyallup joined her fathers military heritage organization years after his death. Something called out to her, telling her it was time to learn more about his past.
The Milroy Bridge at 66th Avenue East and River Road will close for inspection from 7 a.m.-4:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 17, so crews can perform structural inspection and maintenance, according to a news release from Pierce County Public Works and Utilities.
A Puyallup man was killed early Thursday in Parkland after he lost control of his motorcycle, which crashed into a semitrailer and burst into flames, according to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department.
Rain (likely) or shine (less so), white-glove-clad princesses and brilliant yellow daffodils will adorn floats Saturday as the Daffodil Festival’s Grand Floral Parade weaves through four Pierce County cities.
Three men were charged today with using a handgun and a BB gun to rob four businesses in Tacoma and Puyallup in less than hour.
In a room with wide bay windows, ceiling rosettes, hand-stamped molding, a pressed-metal fireplace and a posh billiard table, Sally Hopkins is sandpapering the ceiling. High on a scaffold, clad in paint-stained jeans and surrounded by dust sheets, she’s patiently scraping down a dozen layers – and decades – of paint.
The boy lay prone on the concrete floor, giggling. His legs writhed as his dog, Lucky, unleashed a rapid attack of affectionate licks. The Cavalier King Charles Spaniel cleaned his masters face like it was a Sunday morning breakfast plate.
As peak outdoor recreation season approaches, the City of Puyallup has eliminated several part-time parks and recreation jobs and may close the popular wading pool in Pioneer Park.
Puyallup police said volunteer searchers will be going door-to-door in the neighborhood where a 71-year-old man is reportedly missing.
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