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Former employee wins lawsuit against Graham dentistry

A former worker at Graham Family Dentistry and Graham Denture Center was awarded over $500,000 in damages in Pierce County Superior Court yesterday.

August 2015

Lawsuit filed against Kapowsin Meats

National food safety law firm announced today that it filed a suit on behalf of Tiffany Guiles and her 19-month-old daughter, Naylyn Guiles, who suffered from salmonella because of whole roasted hog purchased from Kapowsin Meats.

August 2015

Reputable injury law firm gets name change

After 22 years, Tacoma-based Messina Bulzomi Christensen Law will be getting a name change. Just call it Evergreen Personal Injury Counsel.

June 2015

Tacoma business owner arrested for gambling operation

Last Saturday, Tacoma-based Billards Hall owner Tuyen Nguyen was arrested for allowing illegal gambling to take place on the premises.

June 2015

Nurses sue Franciscan/St. Joseph

Registered nurses at Franciscan Health and Tacoma's t. Joseph Hospital through their labor representative union have sued alleging that they're owed back pay and over-time because they cannot take breaks and lunch periods required by state labor laws.

May 2015

Prison-based tax fraud to bring more time

Federal court in Tacoma today accepted guilty pleas from Shannon Henderson, 45, who admitted time locked up at the Purdy correctional center connected her to a prison pen pal program, from which she stole identities and filed false tax returns.

March 2015

Executives of note

A quick look at recent high-level personnel changes and accolades around the South Sound.

March 2015

Corporate VP finance gets prison term

A Puyallup man was sentenced today to 30 months in federal prison, three years of supervised release and ordered to make restitution of $496,845 for a mail fraud scheme in his role as VP Finance for the regional office of US Foodservice.

January 2015

Pierce pot ban upheld by judge

For the fifth time, a superior court judge today agreed with an opinion issued by the Attorney General’s Office earlier this year, concluding that nothing in Initiative 502 overrides local governments’ authority to regulate or ban marijuana businesses.

December 2014

South Sound firm on AG’s collections list

U.S. Attorney's office announces $6.9 million in cash collected within 2014 federal fiscal year. A builder in Sumner who knowingly violated a storm water permit contributed $334k to that annual total.

November 2014
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