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Trial begins in lawsuit over missing woman’s murdered sons

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.

WSU researchers team with Puyallup tribe on medicinal cannabis research

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.

Skateboarding cop breathes life back into damaged skate park

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.

Pair from Puyallup indicted in U.S. District Court

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.

Northwest tribes ask Gov. Inslee to halt Tacoma plant construction

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.”