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A rogue firework sent 11-year-old Robert Taylor Jr. to the hospital last Fourth of July. His injury – one of about 40 treated at Harborview Medical Center – points out the danger of fireworks that never goes away.
Lake Tapps opened for all recreation Thursday, more than a month later than usual, but access to the lake likely will be limited to private residences.
The long-awaited Sumner YMCA, set to open later this summer, received a $2 million grant as part of the state’s capital budget signed by Gov. Jay Inslee this week.
A popular play area in University Place is set to reopen Friday (July 3) after being closed for the U.S. Open golf championship.
Longtime criminal Larry Alan Hayes is back in trouble, this time for allegedly peddling large quantities of illegal drugs in Lakewood.
Tacoma police are searching for a 23-year-old woman accused of taking a two-carat diamond ring from the hand of a sleeping resident of an assisted-living facility.
Red tape has entangled the red, white, and blue holiday banner that flies in front of an historic Yelm tavern.
Lakewood police detectives are investigating the death of a Western State Hospital patient.
The menu features from-scratch ingredients, including housemade sausage, handmade pappardelle pasta and pickled vegetables.