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A woman publicly praised for rescuing her toddler son from a fire at their South Hill home was arrested Thursday for allegedly setting the blaze.
KOMO-TV reports that spokesman Ed Troyer says Melinda Kay Sayers of Puyallup was arrested Thursday after being interviewed by detectives.
Pierce County prosecutors on Thursday filed first-degree robbery charges against two men who both claim they were forced into holding up a pawn shop in Tacoma.
He did not like a fence the woman next door put up and expressed his distaste in a variety of ways.
Kathryn M. Draney and Paulina L. Davison, both of Rogers High School; Cassidy C. Forler and Alyssa A. Ricketts, both of Eatonville High School; Gabriel T. Carroll and Emma E. Miller, both of Puyallup High School; Paul C. Alvestad and Madeleine E. Misterek, both of Peninsula High School; Kaitlyn Hall of Emerald Ridge High School; Brennan Hartley of ... (more)
The Washington Health Benefit Exchange released new figures Wednesday showing that more than 164,000 state residents signed up to buy private-sector health plans under the Affordable Care Act since Oct. 1. The enrollees' average plan cost was nearly $107 per month for those plans receiving a tax credit from the federal government, and tax credits ... (more)
A 60-year-old Montana man has been sentenced to less than 3 A1 2 years in prison for the 1996 death of a Kirkland, Wash., woman.
Valley Regional Fire Authority firefighters from left, Firefighter Barry Rickert, Firefighter Jason Herman, Battalion Chief Parry Boogard and Capt.
Federal Way boxer Vincent Gary Thompson was arrested April 17 for robbery in the first degree in Pierce County.
After a suspected burglar fell into American Lake, it wasn't just his statements to police that were all wet, according to charges filed Monday with Pierce County Superior Court.
The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is considering a change of policy that would require Tacoma and Pierce County to pay a higher rate than other Puget Sound jurisdictions to keep their air clean.
A Tacoma woman could face the possibility of life in prison without the possibility of parole after she allegedly used pepper spray on a store manager who tried to stop her from shoplifting.
From the office of the Pierce County auditor, week ending April 18, 2014 ABBOTT/BESS Kalain Nathaniel, JBLM, with Rocretia Marsha, Glenwood, Ga.
A 15-year-old boy suspected in a string of “Buddy Bandits” bank robberies across the state appeared in court Monday.
Two men found out the hard way there are still some teenagers who will look a gift horse in the free-booze-filled mouth after getting themselves arrested last Thursday at Spanaway Lake Park.