TNT: Lakewood cop killer’s helper gets reduced sentence thanks to state Supreme Court

“Eddie Lee Davis learned Friday that a ruling by the Washington State Supreme Court cut 21 months off his prison sentence and that he should be free by the end of next week. Davis, 25, was one of the seven people charged in the aftermath of the massacre of four Lakewood police officers in November 2009.” Read the rest of Adam Lynn’s story at The News Tribune website.

Video: North Meadow parking lot expanding (PCTV)

From Pierce County TV: See the construction (video below) at Chambers Creek Regional Park. Pierce County is building a bigger parking lot at North Meadow, just off Grandview in University Place. It’s a popular parking spot for SoundView Trail walkers and families using Playground by The Sound. Learn more about the temporary parking lot closure and the timeline for the project. [Read more…]

I Corps commander sits fireside with students

“From Bill Ayers, the former CEO of Alaskan Airlines to Howard Behar, former president of Starbucks Coffee Company International, the students of the University of Washington have heard many different outlooks on leadership, but few have heard from a senior leader in the U.S. Army. Lt. Gen. Stephen Lanza, commanding general of I Corps and JBLM, chatted with about 50 students during a Leadership Fireside chat on the campus located in Seattle, Feb. 4.” Read Sgt. 1st Class Andrew Porch story about Gen. Lanza’s visit to UW.