Two charged with stealing from dead Graham woman
Two men were charged Monday in the case of a woman whose home was ransacked and identity stolen after one of them found her dead in her driveway.
Pierce County fires supervisor who allegedly misused money for homeless veterans
Clyde Drury III faces a criminal investigation and may be forced to repay more than $36,000 in misspent funds.
Legislature approves budget that cuts tuition, funds state worker raises
The Legislature on Monday evening approved a new two-year spending plan that would cut college tuition, give teachers cost-of-living raises and help...
Driver dies after June 19 wreck on I-5 in Tumwater
A driver taken to the hospital after a crash on Interstate 5 in Tumwater more than two weeks ago has died from his injuries, the State Patrol said.
Point Ruston signs 3 more restaurants, bringing its total to 6
Point Ruston adding three new restaurants to mix of tenants at the former Asarco site
Chamber mounts ‘educational’ effort against 15 Now Tacoma minimum wage proposal
Amid a public debate about Tacoma’s minimum wage, a window of unlimited campaign spending emerges.
Stock-picking isn’t dead, but it may not be best either
CHICAGO There’s a fine line between “the best way to invest” and “the best way for me to invest.”
Swedish midfielder Erik Friberg returns to Seattle Sounders
Erik Friberg was a regular starter for the Seattle Sounders in 2011 before returning to Europe.
Gaviglio, Tacoma Rainiers crumble in 14-1 drubbing by the El Paso Chihuahuas
Rainiers starter Sam Gaviglio got himself into trouble early on, but was able to escape most of the damage until a fourth-inning collapse.
Mariners face decision on rotation as Iwakuma nears return
Somebody has to go — unless Mariners decide to go with a six-man rotation.
'Mind blowing' flames destroy homes in Washington state
From just across the Wenatchee River, Dominick Bonny watched a whole neighborhood in his central Washington town burn as a wildfire destroyed two ...
New federal rules to boost overtime pay for millions
Under the regulations, private-sector workers who make up to $50,400 a year will be guaranteed the right to earn additional pay if they work more...
California Senate sends mandatory vaccines bill to governor
After months of packed committee hearings and lengthy floor debates, California’s controversial mandatory vaccinations proposal now heads to...
Report: 2 dead in Japan bullet train fire
A passenger on one of Japan’s high-speed bullet trains set himself on fire Tuesday, filling a carriage with smoke, Japanese officials said...
Puerto Rico’s governor says Washington must help with staggering debt
Groaning under at least $73 billion in debt, Puerto Rico which is being called “America’s Greece” is staggering...