The executive director of the Democrats state Senate campaign committee is being investigated after indications that he made improper expenditures using the groups money, lawmakers said Saturday.> read more
As Washington state lawmakers begin voting on legislation in the House chambers this week, they will record their yeas and nays on a new roll-call system that cost more than a half million dollars.> read more
Yet another candidate has announced a bid to unseat incumbent Joe Lonergan in Tacomas Fifth Council District.> read more
Candidate filing starts Monday for City and Town Councils, Port of Tacoma commissioners and a number of other local positions.> read more
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- Tacoma: City Council races set as filing week ends
- Two-person race for Senate in 26th District; Angel, Schlicher both fundraising in six figures
- Morning update: special session Day 5
- Tacoma: Where would recreational pot operations be allowed?
- Gov. Jay Inslee signs bill allowing private mental evaluations of inmates
Voters in Bonney Lake have received mail-in ballots for a special election determining whether the city will create a Bonney Lake park district, according to a city newsletter.> read more
The Supreme Court often releases a list of rulings it expects to post. While it says may and there have been a few times when an expected case was not released, it usually means will.> read more
These endorsements represent the opinion of the TNT Editorial Board> more stories
One reason many people move to Puyallup is because of its highly regarded schools, which boast high on-time graduation rates and innovative programs.
A few dates will tell you why Tacoma must keep investing in its school buildings – and why its Feb. 12 bond measure needs passing.