Sacks of Love, a race with a hilarious logo and an important message, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 25 at Heritage Park in Puyallup.
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An ethics opinion will give state lawmakers more leeway to accept all-expense-paid trips.
Russell Wilson becomes the first NFL player to throw for 300 yards and run for 100 in a game. Yet massive failures on special teams create a 21-3 hole that proves to be too much for the now 3-3, third-place champions of February’s Super Bowl.
General manager Jack Zduriencik says left-hander Walker is healthy but prefers to work on offseason program at home
Canon Andrew White says this year’s advance by the Islamic State “could be one of the worst persecutions of Christians in history.”
Drivers can expect some lane and ramp closures on Interstate 5 this week as state Department of Transportation crews continue work on a paving improvement project.
Return of federally funded tutors gets mixed response in Pierce County’s three largest school districts
Some educators question the mandate to redirect resources from school-provided programs to outside tutors. But some parents say they welcome the chance to choose a program that fits their child.
We’ve been so immersed in the business of wondering how we’re going to run the ports of Tacoma and Seattle that we’ve paid scant attention to what’s happening with the economies of the countries that are supposed to be sending (and to a lesser extent receiving) all the...
The Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman to speak at PLU on how religious scholars can better understand how people view religion.
Edgeworks Climbing’s 10th Black Light Bouldering Competition is scheduled for Saturday with sessions starting at 11 a.m. and 3 p.m.
Distractions and some chronic shortcomings drop the Seahawks to 3-3