The Orting School District issued a warning to parents regarding an incident involving a man dressed in all black and wearing sunglasses who asked a student if they wanted to get into his car and come back home with him.
Two teenagers accused of killing a man near Orting in Sep. 2022—one of them seemingly staging a disappearance to avoid murder charges—have pleaded guilty to second-degree murder.
Two 16-year-olds face murder and burglary charges as newly obtained court documents connect the well-publicized ‘disappearance’ of one of the suspects to the slaying of a 51-year-old Pierce County man.
Two 16-year-olds were arrested Friday night in connection to a homicide investigation in unincorporated Pierce County near Orting, where deputies found a man dead with a gunshot wound inside his home. According to the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department (PCSD), one of the teenagers involved was the Olympia High School football player who went missing, and was later found safe last Thursday.
The 89th Annual Daffodil Festival and Parade is set to travel through Tacoma, Puyallup, Sumner and Orting this Saturday.
Veterans recovering from homelessness are finding their new start in Pierce County. Progress is being made at Orting Veterans Village, located on five acres of land at the Washington Soldiers Home. The tiny home village opened in May 2021, and military members said the new program is changing their lives.
Orting High School’s homecoming events that were scheduled for this week were canceled due to a COVID-19 outbreak on the school’s football team.
A new tiny home village in Pierce County will soon be home to dozens of veterans experiencing homelessness. The Orting Veterans Village stretches across five acres of land at the Washington Soldiers Home in Orting.
Washington State Patrol troopers are searching for a man accused of violently pistol-whipping a teenager in a shocking road rage incident.
Pierce Conservation District plans to sell carbon credits to help pay for their work improving our local ecology. Two sites already planted will offset an estimated 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide.
Tough financial decisions in the Orting School District have left dozens of paraeducators, bus drivers, custodians and more without a job.