Police shot and killed a wanted man in a confrontation Tuesday night at a duplex in the Tillicum area, officials said.
Thousands of civilian workers at Joint Base Lewis-McChord could be in for a very rough summer if sequestration cuts scheduled for next month are imposed.
One of the state's most visible transit systems will undergo a stunning reconfiguration after the Pierce Transit Board of Commissioners voted Monday night to slash service by 28 percent.
Busses will come less often, maybe not as late into the evening, and in some cases--not at all.
An American soldier will avoid the death penalty for killing 16 Afghan civilians during nighttime raids on two villages last year, after a military judge accepted his guilty pleas in the case Wednesday.
A multijurisdictional drug dealing investigation in Lakewood ended violently Wednesday night when a suspect hit a Homeland Security officer with a car and the officer shot the man. The agent was treated and released from a local hospital while the suspect is in stable condition and under guard.
The Army staff sergeant charged with slaughtering 16 villagers during one of the worst atrocities of the Afghanistan war has agreed to plead guilty in a deal to avoid the death penalty, his attorney told The Associated Press on Wednesday.
Twenty full-time guards at the Pierce County Jail will soon lose their jobs and the jail will lose 160 inmates when their sentences are up as county goes through deep budget cuts.
Sen. Mike Carrell, who has been receiving stem cell transplants since mid-April for a blood condition, has died from complications related to his treatment. He was 69.
A case once closed is back open again as the Lakewood Police Department is accused of destroying documents to cover-up an alleged case of racial profiling.
Former Lakewood police officer Skeeter Manos pleaded guilty Friday in Tacoma on state charges for stealing the identity of a certified public accountant and forging documents in his name.
An Army sergeant was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole for the 2009 killings of five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
A military judge will decide whether Army Sgt. John Russell was deluded by depression and despair as he shot five fellow service members in Iraq.
The man went under about 3:15 p.m. when he slipped out of his life jacket, Sheriff's officials said.
Sheriff's detectives are asking for the public's help in identifying the thieves responsible for stealing thousands of rare gemstones from a truck earlier this month in University Place.