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The Puyallup Extrication Team practiced with other fire departments on cars, SUVs and even buses.
The first item on the agenda was tearing out moldy drywall so it could be replaced.
A call girl with 13 outstanding arrest warrants allegedly spent $12,000 with the man’s credit cards.
The Lake Goodwin man, 96, wonders why someone would take something that meant so much to him.
The animal wandered onto a property in the 13300 block of Jordan Trails Road.
Investigators are checking propane tanks and gas lines in search of the cause.
The suspects are 20. The victim, 19, was shot in the head during a drug robbery, police say.
Police have responded to dozens of shootings this year. Most have been tied to warring gangs.
An estranged Marysville husband allegedly attacked his wife after finding divorce documents.
Michele Hampton chose to run against Kim Daughtry out of a belief in term limits.
Gospel Light Church’s leader perseveres despite family tragedy — and questions for God.
Federal investigators are examining the site at a lake near Arlington.
A firefighters union puts his face on a mailer citing incumbent David Chan’s racially charged remarks.
He used a dinghy to help two seriously injured men get to shore at remote King Lake near Arlington.
Hand Up Project volunteers cleaned up a patch of woods that some of them had occupied near Everett.
Rose Freeman and Anastasia Allison pack their instruments up mountains for high-altitude recitals.
It won’t be as windy, but rivers could rise Saturday and Sunday.
Traffic, the opioid epidemic, the economy and homeless are cited as campaign issues.
The organization’s founder used to live and do drugs in the same woods.
Andrew Henckel, 19, of Texas, said he planned the drowning of Dayvid Pakko, 6. His bail is $1 million.