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Ronald Shurer, a Washington State University graduate who earned the nation’s highest military honor in 2018, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery Tuesday.
A final chapter in the horrific saga of a Utah woman who vanished about a decade ago and the killings of her young sons in a fiery attack by their father years later began Tuesday with opening statements in a lawsuit against Washington state over the boys’ deaths.
Washington state prosecutors have charged a high school teacher of felony harassment after suspecting she made threatening comments.
For the first time in 119 years, the Washington State Fair has installed metal detectors and mandatory bag checks to secure the Puyallup fairgrounds.
The partnership is intended to provide data that will help develop drug treatment plans for those seeking to manage pain and other disorders. The Puyallup Tribe of Indians recently opened a natural healing clinic in Western Washington that researchers hope will provide information about the effectiveness of certain strains and whether the drug is smoked or ingested in some other form.
Investigators say they have found two teenagers suspected of robbing and killing a 79-year-old convenience store owner Saturday in Puyallup.
A $140,000 program meant to divert calls about homeless people from police to social workers in Puyallup has not met expectations.
The Washington State Fair opens on Friday, Aug. 31, in Puyallup, with rides, entertainment, exhibits, animals and fun for all ages through Sept. 23.
The skate park, located off Washington Street on the Bill Heath Sports Complex, was in disarray. Pieces of the coping – the concrete ledges of the skate park – were lying on the ground, and was grass growing up between cracks.
When mailman Duplessis announced his retirement in the spring, neighbors hung thank-you banners for Duplessis on their doors and garages. Puyallup resident Tinell Skaug began putting together plans for a retirement block party, passing out fliers to her neighbors. She’s lived on Duplessis’s route for 15 years.
A Washington State Patrol trooper stopped a stolen SUV by ramming it as it was going the wrong way on a state highway.
The numbers have grown slowly, but they’re growing nonetheless: An outbreak of hepatitis C linked to Puyallup’s Good Samaritan Hospital continues to generate new confirmed cases.
Kareen Shanks remembers taking a two-day survey called Project Talent when she was a teenager at Puyallup High School. Shanks, now 74 and a 1962 PHS graduate, was told it was sort of like an aptitude test, meant to determine what college or career was right for her.
Following an investigation by the U.S. Secret Service, a man and woman from Western Washington who were arrested in Moses Lake in April after passing fake bills at several local businesses are now facing federal charges. Artem Kirichenko, 32, of Puyallup, has been charged in U.S. District Court in Spokane with six counts of passing and uttering counterfeit obligations or securities, possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of methamphetamine, possession with intent to distribute heroin and felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition. Emily Coates, 30, of Puyallup, is facing two counts of passing and uttering counterfeit obligations or securities, possession with intent to distribute more than 50 grams of meth and possession with intent to distribute heroin.
A Washington state woman has pleaded guilty to stealing nearly $290,000 from a Costco warehouse over five years.
A man said the city of Puyallup violated his constitutional rights when police barred him from collecting signatures for initiative petitions on a public sidewalk outside the Washington State Fairgrounds.
A class-action lawsuit has been filed against a Tacoma-area hospital after it issued a hepatitis C warning for 2,600 emergency room patients last month.
The father of a U.S. soldier killed in a devastating ambush in Niger last year said his family does not blame two Army captains that the U.S. military cited for lapses in planning in an investigation summary released Thursday, saying any mistakes did not contribute directly to the death of their loved one.
Experts from the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department say they have discovered seven "probable" new cases of hepatitis C tied to an
The Puyallup Tribe and leaders from 14 other Northwest tribes have called on Gov. Jay Inslee to stop the construction of Puget Sound Energy’s liquefied natural gas plant on Tacoma’s Tideflats, urging a delay until an environmental review is complete “and all permit requirements are satisfied.”