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The derby offers $25,000 in purse money with lots of merchandise prizes. There are also special prize categories for women, youth, and active military.
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House Bill 2797 and Senate Bill 6483 have a lot in common. Both increased funding for K-3 classroom construction, both had bipartisan sponsorship and both failed to reach the governor's desk.
Banks and credit unions both in the state and in the South Sound have recovered, and overall are doing quite well.
This is a fun day for lovers of pi and pie. 3.14 = March 14, get it? Lovers of math can celebrate with a slice.
PUYALLUP, Wash. -- A 29-year-old man has been charged with harming a police dog after he repeatedly punched the dog in the head during his arrest for stealing a car Monday in Puyallup, according to charging documents filed Tuesday in Pierce County Superior Court.
An attempt to change Washington's teacher evaluation system and keep the state's waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Act appears to be dead in the Legislature.
Annoyed by the Amber Alert that woke you up because you'd taken your smart phone to bed with you? You can opt out of those messages by changing your phone settings.
A Puyallup man who died March 2 after losing control of his vehicle and crashing into a Target store first suffered heart failure, according to the Pierce County Medical Examiner’s Office.
Zukowski empties his pockets, kicks off his shoes, removes as many outer layers as he can "without making it uncomfortable" and even discards his work name tag.
If you're going to tell a story, then telling the 2,000-year-old story of Jesus' crucifixion with five vocal soloists, choir and orchestra is a good way to start.
The city of Fife could soon add traffic restrictions that would keep some big trucks off of a busy bridge connecting the city to a major Puyallup Valley thoroughfare.
Not all of the $10.3 million cost of the Wapato Creek habitat project will involve restoration; some will be allocated to prepare a port-owned parcel nearby for construction of State Route 167's extension to the port area.
Friends of an Eatonville family seriously injured in a New Year's Day car wreck have organized a fundraiser to help with medical expenses.
Joseph Chesley, 29, is charged with harming a police dog, theft of a motor vehicle and possessing motor vehicle theft tools.