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11 hrs ago | The News Tribune
More than half a million dollars may have been stolen from the local St. Vincent De Paul Society in a 10-year embezzlement scheme that "has grown to include multiple persons," the executive director of the Catholic charity has confirmed.
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15 hrs ago | The News Tribune
In two years, the city of University Place won't have enough money to pay for its current police force or park maintenance, according to a pair of city commissions.
Sen. Tracey Eide, D-Federal Way, announced she won't run for re-election in the 30th Legislative district this year.
Authorities consider Snohomish County resident Dion Thorne an armed and dangerous felon who won't go down without a fight.
Tacoma police are hoping an image captured on surveillance video may help lead to the identification of a man suspected in as many as 18 armed robberies over the past three months.
Parks managers from Pierce and Thurston counties say it's too soon to know what impact, if any, a ruling Monday by the Supreme Court will have on popular South Sound multiuse trails.
Pierce County Sheriff Paul Pastor has promoted Chief Rob Masko to undersheriff and hired Oregon corrections official Karen Daniels as chief for the Pierce County Jail.
A suspected car thief was arrested early Monday after allegedly punching and kicking a police dog who tracked him in Puyallup.
A resource fair for families, educators and others interested in learning about help for children with disabilities will be from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday at Franklin Pierce High School, 11002 18th Ave. E., Tacoma.
Authorities are looking for a man they say tried to sexually exploit a young girl in a grocery store parking lot in South Hill.
The clerk at the convenience store smelled fraud. He tested the three twenties with a marker and spotted fakes.
Lake Tapps residents are speaking out loudly against proposed changes to shoreline policies, including a buffer restriction they say would limit development and hurt their property values.
Growing and surprises were the themes of the night during the Daffodil Festival Queen's Coronation on Friday at Tacoma's Life Center.
A 60-year-old man extradited from Montana to face charges in the 1996 death of a Kirkland, Wash., woman has pleaded guilty in Seattle to first-degree manslaughter.
Philip Sorensen, a 24-year veteran of the Pierce County Prosecutor's Office, has been named to a vacant seat on the Superior Court bench.