Solving violent crimes requires good old-fashioned detective work, but time and money can make a big difference.
Buyers and sellers from around the world are attending this week's Go West Summit at the Greater Tacoma Convention & Trade Center.
A suspected drunken driver who led law enforcement on a high-speed chase Tuesday before crashing a stolen car into a truck in Tacoma has pleaded not guilty to a slew of criminal charges related to the incident.
The Tacoma Art Museum marks a milestone for its new wing, raising the final beam for the addition that will hold the Haub family's collection of Western art.
A man was taken to the hospital Wednesday night when a Tacoma police officer intentionally hit him with a patrol car as he tried to run from authorities, police spokeswoman Loretta Cool said.
A dispute over free speech for an anti-abortion student club at Wilson High School was still simmering Wednesday, despite efforts by Tacoma Public Schools officials to turn down the heat.
The Metro Parks Tacoma board voted 4-0 Monday to place a $198 million bond issue onto the April 22 ballot (one board member was absent for business reasons).
Pierce County prosecutors have charged two men in a robbery that ended Sunday with a man shot in the head.
The Washington State Court of Appeals has sided with two tenants who fled Tacoma’s Old City Hall before their leases were up, ruling the building’s owner effectively evicted them by letting the downtown landmark fall into a state of disrepair.
Tacoma police are asking for help identifying a man who hid in the back seat of a woman’s car to rob her.
Tacoma police are looking for a man who robbed a Tacoma bank last month.
A 21-year-old drunken woman in a stolen car led troopers on a high-speed chase Tuesday morning before crashing in Tacoma, according to the Washington State Patrol.
Tacoma police are asking for the publics help in identifying a man who hid in the back seat of a womans car to rob her.
A federal sweep in Pierce County Monday netted a dozen or so arrests in a multi-state drug trafficking organization.
Former Tacoma teacher Keshia Shaw was sentenced Tuesday to receive sex offender treatment after pleading guilty to raping her middle school student.
A few years ago, Tacoma officials thought it was almost too good to be true to get a $20 million, no-interest loan from the state to pay for improvements to the Murray Morgan Bridge.
There’s a lot of paperwork involved in the complicated world of commercial fishing.
Tacoma-based MultiCare Health System, the largest private employer in Pierce County, announced Monday that it has hired a new president and CEO to replace the retiring Diane Cecchettini.
Nearly four-dozen people demonstrated outside the federal Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma to protest deportations, and about five locked themselves together to block an entrance.
Just before 3 a.m. Friday, the homeowner awoke with a start from a basement bedroom. He heard people walking upstairs in his home.
Question: As I understand the law, I must have my driver’s license with me at all times when I am driving a motor vehicle. However, it is unclear to me how close to me my license has to be.
Detectives arrested a man in Tacoma Saturday night in connection to a fatal shooting at a Renton-area home last week.
Tacoma City Manager T.C. Broadnax has issued a memo to the City Council saying he had a very productive conversation about advertising circulars with David Zeeck, publisher of The News Tribune.
The squatters pried the plywood sheet that covered a hole in the wall, and clambered into the empty building.
These days, Karina Quiroz is exploring her options, looking at colleges. The Tacoma 19-year-old is interested in a veterinary technician program at Pierce College. She also has thought about nursing as a career.
Spring is so close we can almost feel the mild sunshine, and that means it is the season to mark your calendars for the coming months of popular East Pierce County events. Here is a roundup of events to keep in mind as winter winds down ...
Drivers trying to get across the Day Island Bridge will have to make do with one lane as crews work to replace a deteriorated 382-foot sewer pipe beneath the bridge.
After 36 years in business, the Lobster Shop at Dash Point will close March 15. "Its really a financial decision," said Katie Driscoll, who operates the Northeast Tacoma seafood restaurant with husband, Denny.
Tacoma police are investigating the death of a 28-year-old man whose body was found in an alley Thursday morning.
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