Photo intern Heather Perry spent some time with Danette Felt with the Sound to Narrows. Felt talked about the history and development of the Sound to Narrows race.
Steve Rodrigues, owner of the Kalakala, talks to Dean J. Koepfler about the ship.
Two endangered clouded leopard cubs were introduced to the media at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium Friday, March 23, 2012. The 2-week-old cubs will make their public debut on Saturday, March 24, with appearances every during their daily feeding times, currently 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. The public will have an opportunity to vote on the cubs’ names through the zoo’s web site http://pdza.org.
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Pierce County Sheriff’s spokesman Ed Troyer talks to the media Monday, Oct. 31, 2011.
Eric Williams and Dave Boling talk about the second day of practice. The Seahawks number one draft pick James Carpenter took part in the workout today.
Eric Williams and Dave Boling talk about the first day of practice.
The Seattle Sounders supporters are making match day fun for everyone. I talked to a few of them and tried to capture some of the intensity and emotion they add to the matches.
For almost 100 years Ruston residents used the tunnel to get back and forth to the Tacoma waterfront. It will close this week as progress is made on the Point Ruston project.
We got a press release the other day about a fundraising event for the Lincoln High School drumline. So I went out and visited with them for a while. The program is only a few years old, but the students seem to be working hard. Here is the video I made from my visit.
We are working on a feature story about two University of Puget Sound alumni who have just received $25,000 fellowships to travel and study their art.
Here is contortionist Jacki Ward.
Sounders fans march to Qwest Field for an MLS game against the Portland Timbers May 14, 2011.
About 80 military spouses wore helmets and eye protection as they navigated an obstacle course, tried their hands at repelling and rode in Strykers.