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Cities, towns and counties will soon have more input on where groups of released inmates can live when the state is paying their rent. Comment?
If a makeshift committee has its way, a historic but increasingly unstable totem pole that has stood in downtown Tacoma for more than a century would be taken down and left to decay publicly as a piece of the city's "living history." No formal decision has been made about the pole, but an ad hoc working group assigned to examine what to do with the ... (more) Comment?
A Puyallup man who two years ago was declared incompetent to stand trial in the stabbing death of his roommate once more is being prosecuted in the case. Comment?
Heavy truck traffic often clogs the roads at the end of state Route 167 where it ends at Meridian Street in Puyallup. Comment?
Ive given up hope keeping up with all the frozen yogurt openings, but I do know that Black Bear has spawned two more stores in Tacoma and Puyallup in recent weeks. Comment?
The southbound 402 bus sits at the South Hill Mall Transit Center in Puyallup on Jan. Comment?
A line of storms stretching from Skagit County to Clark County headed east across the region, bringing wind and rain with them, according to the National Weather Service. Comment?
Chris Schuler, Liz Kaster, Nigel Turner and Scott Foster, from left, often bicycle to their jobs at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department. Comment?
Angela Salyer of Rogers High School is the winner of the 10th Congressional District Art Competition. Comment?
The task force will include representatives from Puyallup's business community, a mental health service provider and Puyallup police. Comment?
McDowell hit a three-run home run to stake Puyallup to an early lead in addition to throwing 52/3 innings of one-run baseball as the Vikings wrapped up the Class 4A West Central District title with a 9-3 win over South Kitsap on Saturday night at Kent Memorial Park. Comment?
Ray Colburn could still afford a smile even though someone stole his antique single light barber pole that had spun at The Mirror Barber Shop in Puyallup almost continuously since 1948. Comment?
The Puyallup parks department has saved two popular programs after a long and sometimes contentious budget process that involved parks staff members and other city officials. Comment?
A 53-year-old Puyallup woman must undergo a hearing to determine whether she is mentally competent to face charges that she forced her way into a neighbor's home and pointed a gun at a teenage boy. Comment?
SR 167 was originally intended to run south from Interstate 405 in Renton through the Kent Valley, then turn west at Puyallup and connect to Interstate 5 and the port. Comment?
Pierce County police respond to a drill involving a suspected gunman during a training exercise at the Puyallup Fairgrounds, May 9, 2013. Comment?
In a battle for the South Puget Sound League boys soccer title, Isidro Prado-Huerta scored in the final minute to give Thomas Jefferson a 4-3 victory over intradistrict rival Federal Way. Comment?
The actual cost of hospital care became a lot clearer for consumers Wednesday when the Obama administration released the average prices charged by more than 3,000 U.S. hospitals for the 100 most common medical procedures. Comment?
Washington's high school students may have a greater incentive to take Advanced Placement computer science courses in the future, which state lawmakers hope will spur more school districts to offer the classes. Comment?
Puyallup police have recovered the vehicle they believe was used to run down a 15-year-old Puyallup girl nearly two months ago. Comment?