Humberto Martinez-Avila, 18 of Kent, has been charged in connection to a shooting outside a Lakewood gas station. He allegedly shot a 46-year-old man who asked for a cigarette, after asking about his gang.
Bills in the Washington Legislature would wipe away misdemeanor marijuana possession convictions for 58,864 individuals if they meet certain conditions, including being 21 or older at the time of the offense.
The Pierce Transit board is considering a plan to reserve up to 200 parking spots at the Tacoma Dome Station garages. Some of those permits would cost a fee. The garages serve bus, train and light rail riders.
Tacoma releases a survey on changes to its recycling program, including one option that would eliminate curbside pickup. All the waste management proposals have a fee as China restricts materials it accepts.
The Harbor History Museum will debut new video of the 1940 collapse of the Tacoma Narrows bridge, also known as Galloping Gertie. The footage shows the disaster from the Gig Harbor side of the Narrows.
Chris Johnson is the Roy police officer who shot two men who were riding an off-road vehicle Saturday. The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department said both men have been released from the hospital. Johnson is recovering from injuries.
Lawmakers face political challenges in sorting out various proposals to fix funding troubles within Washington school districts, including Tacoma and Olympia. Teacher layoffs and cuts to programs possible.
The city of Puyallup's Wildwood Park, at 1101 23rd Ave. SE. , is a respite from development. The 88-acre park — 55 acres of which are naturally forested — is also the only park within city limits that employs a caretaker.