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  • Planning, construction underway in Bethel School District after voters pass bond

    SPANAWAY, Wash.— Voters in the Bethel School District in Pierce County passed a bond in February 2019 that will allow three new schools to be built and renovations for many others. It was the first bond to pass for the district since 2006. We checked in with the district in August to see how the construction and planning is coming along. A sign sits on an empty field in Graham at 224th Street E. and 70th Ave. E. that reads […]

  • Veteran from Tacoma building baseball league for kids with autism

    A Tacoma man who served on the battlefield is now working on a new mission back home. He plans to bring an alternative baseball league for teenagers and adults with autism to local baseball fields.

  • A man wore a sign to find his wife a kidney donor

    (CNN) — It was a Friday afternoon like any other. I ate lunch, dropped off my dry cleaning, then stopped by my local Target to pick up some prescriptions. But on the way to the counter I noticed a man in a black coat, wearing a backpack bearing a sign: “In need of a kidney for my wife, B+. 917-442-6202.” Unsure what to say, I quickly snapped a photo. And then he was gone. Although I generally hate posting pictures […]

  • CDC: Do not eat ANY Romaine lettuce amid E. coli outbreak

    The Centers for Disease Control came out Tuesday warning everyone in the United States to not eat any romaine lettuce.

  • Seattle Cancer Care Alliance offers free yoga class for patients

    A new Integrative Medicine program at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance combines stress-relieving therapies with conventional cancer treatment to help patients cope with the side effects of treatment.

  • UW Medicine using cutting-edge technology to help locate breast tumors

    Until recently, surgery to remove tissue and tumors involved invasive wires but cutting-edge technology at UW Medicine aims to change that.

  • Parkland McDonald’s temporarily closes due to rat infestation

    A Parkland McDonald's is closed for food safety concerns after complaints of rats running around the fast food restaurant.

  • Ezra Meeker: The influence Puyallup’s first mayor still has on the city today

    The planning of Puyallup began in 1877, conducted by Ezra Meeker- a man who traveled the Oregon trail for five months with his family all the way from Iowa, to Portland, before eventually settling in Washington in 1862.

  • Picha Farms: Puyallup family farm since 1904

    PUYALLUP, Wash.—Puyallup is known for having the richest soil in the world. Farmers there say you can dig and dig and never hit a rock. The Picha family knows that better than anyone – they have farmed in the Puyallup Valley for 114 years. Brothers Dan and Russ Picha share a lot in common. They’re both teachers in the Puyallup School District. They’re both family men. They both love sports. They both have contagious laughs. And they’re both farmers. On […]

  • Man with goal to run a marathon in all 59 U.S. National Parks heads to the Evergreen State

    SEATTLE, Wash.– A New York City based consultant decided to take some time off to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the National Parks. Most people would just go on a hike to say “Happy Birthday” to the National Park Service, but Bill Sycalik is going 26.2 miles farther. He has vowed to run a marathon in all 59 national parks. Fittingly, he ran his 12th marathon right here in the land of the 12’s over the weekend in the North […]

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