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Pilot Jim Martinelli talks about this Corsair, a WW2-era fighter plane, at Tacoma Narrows Airport. On Friday he will fly it over a ceremony at Lincoln High School as part of a ceremony recognizing Marine Major Gregory “Pappy” Boyington, who attended Tacoma’s Lincoln…
A Parkland man and his two dogs died in a house fire early Thursday. The man, in his late 60s, has not been identified.
Flanked by defense attorneys Sunni Ko and George Trejo, Andre Thompson (left) and Bryson Chaplin listen to Superior Court Judge Erik Price after they were found guilty Thursday of a lesser charge of third-degree assault in their trial resulting from a May 21,2015, attack on Olympia police Officer Ryan Donald. Donald was attempting to apprehend the brothers after responding to a report of thefts and an assault at a west Olympia supermarket.
Pierce County buys 80-year-old family farm as a key piece of a flood control plan near the Puyallup River. Owners Robert and Joanne Dimond share memories of the former dairy farm founded by Joanne’s grandfather.
Gig Harbor Police Department officers and staff throw an early birthday party for services specialist Marline McClane, 85, whom they affectionately refer to as “mom.”
Historic grass field at Bellarmine Preparatory School is torn out Monday as the school prepares to install turf.
The Key Peninsula Community Council opens office offering access to Tacoma Pierce County Health Department, Safe Streets, and Crossroads/Hope Recovery Center.
Kevin Bates is the new executive director of Helping Hand House in South Hill. The organization helps homeless families.
Five graduating moms and one expecting made the University of Puget Sound commencement extra special on Mother’s Day.
A two-acre nuisance property covered in old vehicles, rotting garbage and discarded hypodermic needles is finally getting a clean up under new owner Angela Ducharme.
Jennings is accused in the death of J. Christopher Burton when a dispute over a car ended in gun shots.
Ruth Hofto, of University Place, has always liked to throw a party and entertain friends. Now, on May 12 at the University Place Senior Center, a party will celebrate her 107th birthday.
Rain clouds begin rolling over the South Sound Wednesday evening.
Picture-perfect weather was the order of the day as the WW2-era, B-17G bomber “Aluminum Overcast” prowled the skies over the South Sound with a series of three combined media and guest flights. Staging from the Olympic Flight Museum and operated by the EAA Cascade Warbird Squadron #2, the historic bomber will be offering public tours and rides May 12-14. A B-17 tail gunner during the war, 93-year-old Fred Parker of Lacey, recounts that time
A semitrailer accident on I-5 in Tacoma snarled traffic.
A semitrailer accident slowed traffic on I-5 on a rainy day.

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