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Despite taking two votes related to recreational marijuana Tuesday night, the Puyallup City Council members continued to drag their feet on deciding how to implement state Initiative 502. They’ve extended a marijuana moratorium to take more time on the issue.
The third annual Wellspring Conference, a two-day gathering of experts and professionals on clean water technology, is set for mid-October at Tacoma’s convention center.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported Wednesday that overall consumer prices in the area have fallen 0.2 percent over the past two months.
Police said a 21-year-old Spanaway man stole 70 bottles of alcohol from nine stores in Tacoma, Puyallup and Spanaway between May and August.
At the forum, a portrait of an overworked hospital system emerged from veterans who vented about inexperienced front-line VA personnel, confusing information about VA benefits and inconvenient services that do not cater to working veterans.
Officers had a suspect and getaway vehicle, but were still looking for a getaway driver Tuesday in connection to a botched Lakewood bank holdup that ended with an armored car guard shooting the robber in the head.
Stanley Guidroz reported his son, Wallace, missing from Point Defiance Park more than 30 years ago. On Tuesday, Pierce County prosecutors charged him with manslaughter in the boy’s death.
UWT plans to use its share to help veterans earn cybersecurity credentials
A man who robbed a Bonney Lake bank Tuesday was arrested when officers immediately met him outside, police said.
Graham Fire & Rescue announced reductions in service Tuesday, the latest in a string of financial problems in the East Pierce County fire district.