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The billboard was in the middle of a right of way along the trail, which jogs around the billboard site.
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As the marine fog lifted from the Gig Harbor waterfront, Debra Ross and Charlotte Hirsch enjoyed an eagle-eye view of the sun's reflection off the harbor.
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Pierce County prosecutors have charged four men in connection with a police officer's gun and badge that were stolen from his car three years ago.
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A group of railroad workers, their spouses and families is mounting a campaign to defeat a new agreement between the BNSF Railway and one labor group that would allow one-person crews on freight trains.
Firefighters arrived at Marine View Drive and Heron Ridge Drive Northeast shortly after 7 p.m., and had finished the rescue about an hour later.
A tugboat pulls a barge out of the Hylebos Waterway in front of a cloud-covered Mount Rainier Tuesday, Nov. 10, 2009.
Patterson comes to SKSD from the Renton School District, where she served as the business manager for nine years.
Even when winning became commonplace, days in the pits at National Hot Rod Association drag races were still long and taxing.
The state ferry system continues to grapple with backups and commuters' flaring tempers after one of its largest vessels lost power Tuesday in Puget Sound.
SUMMER CAMP @ TLT is pleased to present the Tacoma premiere of the musical THE GRUNCH, written by Denver Casado & Betina Russo, and directed by Pavlina Morris.
If Collin Bordeaux did not know the relevant history of the Tacoma Junior City Amateur before this week, he certainly got the entire lowdown from his family.
City of Destiny marijuana smokers who have been patiently waiting for retail pot sales in their own hometown may now exhale.
Marcus Stockinger, 30, is charged with second-degree attempted rape, indecent liberties and first-degree robbery.
Resolution No. 38972 A resolution setting Thursday, September 18, 2014, at 9:00 a.m., as the date for a hearing by the Hearing Examiner to confirm the Assessment Roll for SCF-11 for the reconstruction of unfit or unsafe sidewalks at 91 locations throughout the City.
A toxic algae bloom in Tacoma's Wapato Lake has made the water unsafe for people and pets, the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department said Tuesday.
The vessel, carrying 405 passengers and 138 cars, has dropped anchor and is stable in the water off Bainbridge Island, west of Seattle, Coursey said.
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