A Puyallup teenager said a man tried to chase him down with his car, and then on foot, trying to abduct him.
Puyallup police are looking for a man who tried to lure a teenage boy into his van, then chased after him on Friday night.
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.
A pickup slammed into the rear of a tanker truck on Highway 512 late Thursday, killing the pickup driver, the Washington State Patrol reported.
The young woman was sidelined by a cancer diagnosis, but she is alive today thanks to a new drug developed by Seattle Genetics in Bothell
A thief stole the Mirror Barber Shop's antique striped barber pole that could be worth thousands of dollars
An employee was briefly trapped but no one was seriously hurt Monday when a car plowed through the side of a credit union building near South Hill Mall in Puyallup, officials said.
The man went under about 3:15 p.m. when he slipped out of his life jacket, Sheriff's officials said.
A 48-year-old Pierce County man who prosecutors call a "a poster child for felony DUI law" was charged Wednesday with his fifth DUI.
The father-in-law of missing Utah mother Susan Powell won't be released from prison Thursday, the Washington state Corrections Department said.
A trio of young women stole thousands of dollars worth of bras in a "grab-and-run" style robbery at a Puyallup lingerie store Saturday morning, police said.
The 36-year-old Puyallup man who allegedly killed two masked intruders at his home marijuana grow-op back in December was arrested Wednesday after prosecutors decided to file charges.
A third grader from Puyallup was recognized with a life-saving award for how he handled an potentially deadly emergency with his mom.
Barney Phillips saw one eagle that couldn't fly, but grew frustrated when no agency wanted to step in and help.