The oldest of the dozen people who died in a Monday shooting rampage at the Washington Navy Yard in the nation's capital had Pierce County ties, his family said.
Fresh from mid-morning recess in the August sunshine, a group of 17 pre-kindergarten students needed a gentle reminder that it was time to focus.
What was once a piece of scrap metal at the LeMay Family Collections restoration shop in Spanaway is now a rare snapshot of Cold War history from more than 50 years ago.
Its a night of togetherness, meant to draw neighbors together and push criminals out.
Pierce Transit board of commissioners rescinded Wednesday major service cuts planned to start next month, but they cautioned their vote only delays the inevitable.
Water in Parkland soon will lack a fluoride additive that a local company has been providing customers for 10 years. Board members for Parkland Light & Water voted this month to stop fluoridation, which is used to reduce tooth decay and prevent oral health problems.
Our friends at KIRO-TV are reporting that a man robbed the Money Tree store in the 10400 block of Pacific Avenue in Parkland this morning, leaving behind a suspicious package.
Construction on a $20 million project to build 104 apartments, plus office and retail space, a block away from Pacific Lutheran University is expected to start late this year. The apartments would contrast sharply with the lower-end rental units along the Pacific Avenue strip.
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