War is hell, and hellraisers deserve equal justice

U.S. military members who show contempt for the rule of law by committing atrocities are unworthy of sympathy. But any American who agrees to fight for his country is as worthy as any civilian to seek protection under that same rule of law. That includes former JBLM soldier Calvin Gibbs, who returns to court this week.

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UWT Writing Lab at center of controversy over statement on race in writing

UW Tacoma fighting back on "inaccurate reports" that it has declared proper writing racist.
Dean Koepfler and Melissa Santos dkoeplfer@thenewstribune.com
UWT Writing Lab at center of controversy over statement on race in writing 2:03

UWT Writing Lab at center of controversy over statement on race in writing

Coach Christian Miller discusses Auburn Riverside's win over Kamiak 1:22

Coach Christian Miller discusses Auburn Riverside's win over Kamiak

Highlights: Isaiah Turner's 21 points not enough in Spanaway Lakes' 64-45 loss to Seattle Prep 3:04

Highlights: Isaiah Turner's 21 points not enough in Spanaway Lakes' 64-45 loss to Seattle Prep

Lincoln girls lose to Snohomish in OT, but still headed to the Tacoma Dome 1:05

Lincoln girls lose to Snohomish in OT, but still headed to the Tacoma Dome