Bruce Kendall, President & CEO of the Economic Development Board for Tacoma-Pierce County, talks about the board's proposal to attract Amazon's new secondary headquarters project - and its accompanying 50,000 jobs - to Pierce County.
Tacoma makes pitch for Amazon's HQ2
Toys R Us is closing all of its US stores
Creative visual system helps families share memories of loved ones
Massive cranes arrive by super ship in Commencement Bay
Huge container cranes being shipped
Coffee vs. energy drinks: A caffeine wake-up call
Here are the best moments from the Super Bowl LII commercials
Michelob Ultra's "I Like Beer" Super Bowl 52 commercial
A close-up look at Scan, Bag, Go
Amazon unveils 'Spheres' green space in Seattle
Deep brain stimulation brings relief to Parkinson's patient
What does the competition for Amazon's HQ2 look like?
A look inside Amazon Go, retailer's cashierless convenience store
The chain’s CEO said the plan is to liquidate all U.S. stores, and likely those in Australia, France, Poland, Portugal and Spain. Stores in Canada, central Europe and Japan would remain open for potential buyers for those assets. Some 30,000 employees could be without jobs.
Utilizing an iPad as its control center at Funeral Alternatives' Tumwater location, co-owner Clair Ferris demonstrates a projected multi-sensory funeral experience called ShareLife which the company now offers its clients.
The largest container cranes on the West Coast were transported on the Hong Kong-based Zhen Hua 28, a super post-Panamax vessel, from Port Angeles to Tacoma's Commencement Bay on Friday. Four huge cranes were welded to its frame, bound for the Port of Tacoma’s Husky Terminal.
When you love the superior taste of Michelob ULTRA, you can’t help but sing about it. Join Chris Pratt, Brooks Koepka, Kelly Slater, and Shalane Flanagan as they sing “I Like Beer,” the fit and fun beer anthem from Michelob ULTRA’s Super Bowl LII commercial.
More than 90 million people take advantage of Black Friday deals, undeterred by the fact that more people are injured or killed in shopping-related accidents than by sharks each year. Here’s a look at last year's madness of Black Friday shopping at stores nationwide.