OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Social workers tasked with protecting the children of Josh Powell did not consult with law enforcement or explore his potentially violent past before allowing him to host supervised visits at his home, a […]
Coming on Saturday, August 4, it’s the sixth annual Woofstock, one part fantastic entertainment and one hundred parts great pets that need a home. It is free for the whole family and a whole lot of fun!
TACOMA, Wash. (AP) — A state appeals court has thrown out a man’s double-murder conviction because he wasn’t given a lawyer when he asked for one and because the prosecutor made inflammatory statements during closing […]
The Kandle Pool is the new wave pool in Pierce County, and for its grand opening on Saturday, June 23 Metro Parks Tacoma is offering free admission all day!
The father-in-law of missing Utah woman Susan Powell was sentenced Friday in Washington state court to 2 1/2 years in prison for recording images of two young neighbor girls in their bathroom.
A Washington state prosecutor dropped all charges Friday against an Army lieutenant colonel who had been accused of threatening to kill his superior officer, his estranged wife and a woman he had dated.
Whether you want to be bare and brave with the Fremont Solstice cyclists, take a tour of the beautiful Northwest on a bike, or get the kids out with their training wheels for Bicycle Sunday, there are some great bicycle events in Puget Sound during June!
If your teen is gearing up for high school graduation, planning a big party may feel like an overwhelming task. Fortunately, Seattle has some great locally owned and operated companies where catering to high school grads is just their thing! Here are some fun ideas for your next big celebration.
The Daffodil Festival will be celebrating it’s 79th year during the 2012 festival season. From the parades to the Daffodil Classic Bike Ride and Daffodil Marine Parade, there’s lots of fun activities for the family in the South Sound.
A corrections officer is facing bigamy charges after authorities said a Washington woman using Facebook discovered that she and a potential “friend” were married to him at the same time.