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The hidden motorcycle museum
Hidden behind a house in Spanaway, Washington, is one of the best privately owned collections of motorcycles in the country. The collection includes a full set of Harley-Davidson Knuckleheads.
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Zero-star recruit Fotu T. Leiato II now has offers in droves
The Steilacoom High School linebacker and News Tribune All-Area linebacker had zero offers and zeros stars in the spring of 2014. As of Jan. 24, 2015, Leiato had 15 scholarship offers, including Michigan State, Oklahoma, Oregon, San Diego State, UCLA, and Washington State. His highlight video on Hudl is the most viewed in site history at almost 500,000.
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Michael Bennett on what Aaron Rodgers says when he gets hit
Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett shares his feelings on Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers during a press conference on Sept. 17, 2015.
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Tacoma man creates "Boom Box" to deter package thieves
Jaireme Barrow uses a blank shotgun shell to scare away package thieves.
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Washington State Patrol's new uniform
This video is about Washington State Patrol's new uniform
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Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin mock NFL media policies
It was not the ordinary Richard Sherman press conference. Today at the Seahawks practice facility in Renton, Sherman used his weekly availability to mock the NFL's players-media policy. Joining him in this protest was Doug Baldwin and a life-sized cut out of Doug Baldwin. Sherman and Baldwin performed a skit mocking players being fined for not talking to the media — Marshawn Lynch and his $100,000- fine — while the NFL wanting them to be its pitchmen for different products.
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Ashes to Glass
Why - and how - Lacey artist Christine Hansen makes glass beads from memorial ashes that help folks keep passed loved ones close - literally.
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John Clayton talks Slayer
Video by Kari Plog, staff writer
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Dog Pool-ooza!
Tennis balls and frisky dogs were in and out of the water during the Pooch Pool Party held at Metro Parks’ Stewart Heights Pool, September 6, 2014.
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A look back at the Salishan that once was
Salishan, a Tacoma neighborhood, is in the process of being rebuilt. This is a look at the early days of Salishan.
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Work Clothes: Brian Hertzog, Triple-A umpire
Brian Hertzog, 34, has been umpiring for nine years, three in the Triple-A Pacific Coast League, which is one step from the Major Leagues. But, as Brian points out, that's a big step. He aspires to one of the 75 big league positions, of which maybe one a year becomes available. He takes pride in wearing the uniform; he can remember to the day the first time he wore it. Underneath the basic black is a lot of protective gear, including football-like shoulder pads.
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Richard Sherman on black-on-black violence
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman discusses the Black Lives Matter movement and black-on-black violence at a news conference on Wednesday, Sept. 16.
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Pacifist WWII vet anxious to see film "Hacksaw Ridge"
Elmer Hart, a 93-year-old WWII veteran and Seventh-day Adventist, was an Army medic who served in Okinawa at the same time as Desmond Doss, the pacifist hero of the new movie "Hacksaw Ridge." Hart, like Doss, never carried a weapon.
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New bus drivers filling need for Pierce Transit
Get a glimpse of how the transit agency trains recruits for its aging workforce.
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Ping Pong tips from champion Yiyong Fan
9 year running national champion Yiyong Fan gives some tips for dominating the table. For more information visit www.thenewstribune.com
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Work Clothes: Father Seraphim Majmudar, Greek Orthodox priest
When Father Seraphim Majmudar is not wearing his understated everyday black cassock, he dresses in ornamental liturgical robes for services at St. Nicholas Greek Orthodox Church in Tacoma. "The garments don't mean really anything more than the context in which they are worn. They're not magic robes … to be a priest is not just a job, it's something that's happened to your person …"
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Meet Brutus, the 900 pound grizzly bear
Brutus, a 900-pound grizzly bear, was brought by Montana Grizzly Encounter to the Washington Sportsmen's Show at the fairgrounds in Puyallup.
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WATCH: A look inside Tacoma's priciest mansion
Haddaway Hall, commonly known as the Weyerhaeuser mansion, is the most expensive piece of real estate on the Pierce County market at $5.5 million.
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Mandy Morrison shows how she makes macrame
Mandy Morrison of Gig Harbor makes macrame wall hangings and plant hangers from cotton string and rope.
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Marshawn Lynch Football Camp
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Patriot Prayer and anti- demonstrations at Evergreen get rough
This video is about 170615 Patriot and anti demonstrations at Evergreen get violent
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The tiny house that's puzzling Steilacoom officials
Peter and Shannon Johnson built a tiny house and installed it on their property in Steilacoom. The city is, like many municipalities elsewhere, grappling with how to classify such homes.
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Wondernubs: Double amputee, Iraq vet Mary Dague an inspiration
In 2007, former bomb technician Mary Dague lost both her arms shielding her partners from a blast in Iraq. Now, through dark humor and compassion, she helps fellow vets cope with trauma.
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Bob's Java Jive: A Sentimental Journey
Take a peek inside Bob's Java Jive in Tacoma. The 87-year-old, coffee pot-shaped bar was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Owner Danette Staatz and her husband Jr McPherson have managed to keep the business afloat as times and tastes have changed.
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Brady Olson talks about tackling shooter
North Thurston teacher Brady Olson talks about tackling the young man who walked around firing a gun in the school.
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Tall Ships and cannon battles
Capt. Ryan Meyer, with the Lady Washington, talks about tactics in a sea battle.
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Ivan the beloved gorilla
Ivan the circus store Gorilla who's story touched the hearts of people in Tacoma, at Zoo Atlanta and around the world will be immortalized in a larger than life bronze sculpture that will welcome visitors to Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium this summer.
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Graham man's castle for sale – swords, crossbows and armor included
Ron Denning's home really is a castle. And it even comes with heating and indoor plumbing. The "Denning Castle of Kapowsin Highlands" has 1,700 square feet of living space and is located on 20 acres in Graham. It was designed to resemble the Neuschwanstein castle in Bavaria, Germany. Video shot on Wednesday, Aug. 10, 2016.
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Rodrigues on the Kalakala
In this video Steve Rodrigues, the former owner of the Kalakala, talks to The News Tribune's Dean J. Koepfler about the ship. The ship's current owner, Karl Anderson, says the plans to destroy the ship in the next few months.
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Dustin Johnson after 3-putting on 18th hole
Dustin Johnson talks about the defining missed putts that determined the outcome of the 115th U.S. Open at Chambers Bay.
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Work Clothes: Connie Doll, jockey
Connie Doll, 55, is a veteran jockey at Emerald Downs and claims to be the longest-running female riders in the United States. She's tough but easy for trainers and owners to work with because she's so conscientious and great with the horses. Photographed in the room where the jockeys' silks are stored, Doll said her favorite colors are "… the ones I win in. I love those."
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One Square Inch of Silence
Take a listening journey with professional sound recordist Gordon Hempton to One Square Inch of Silence, a Hoh Rain Forest location in Olympic National Park he has publicly designated as the quietest place in the lower 48 United States. Defined by Hempton as a place free from man-made noise for 15-minute intervals, he has traveled the globe to record quiet places and promote awareness of noise pollution.
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Say goodbye to the Seattle SuperSonics
The Sonics will pay up to $75 million to the City of Seattle to buy out the remainder of its KeyArena lease and move to Oklahoma City under a settlement reached today.
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Felicia Hambrick talks about her serious pit bull attack
In October Felicia Hambrick was baby sitting at her best friend's house when she was attacked by their dog. She was bitten dozens of times and hospitalized.
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JBLM soldiers take an objective with live fire at YTC
JBLM soldiers from the 1st Battalion, 23rd Infantry Regiment take an objective with live fire at Yakima Training Center, May 1, 2015.
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Trump Supporters Celebrate At Lakewood Watch Party
Hundreds of Trump supporters in Lakewood gathered on election night. Many of them started out the night with anxiety. But as results rolled in, the mood in the room began to change.
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Jimmy Graham on how great life is with Seahawks
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham speaks about how he's enjoying his time in Seattle.
Views: 4444 The News Tribune