A convicted sex offender released in June after 11 years at the state’s center for sexually violent predators was arrested Monday for a probation violation.
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Four-run fourth inning boosts Iwakuma, who extends his road unbeaten streak to 14 games
Members of the Mas’Alah Muslim Center celebrated Eid al-Fitr on Tuesday on a school basketball court on the Hilltop.
Candidates for the Legislature differed at a forum Tuesday on how to pay for an extension of state Route 167.
The County Council added a second slogan, “E Pluribus Unum,” to be posted in the Council Chambers, but that step failed to satisfy opponents.
A couple accused of burglarizing a Tacoma home first told officers they went inside while house hunting.
The Seahawks believe journeyman Eric Winston will compete for snaps at right tackle and bring valuable experience to the entire unit
A woman allegedly threatened to shoot up a Fife business she when didn’t get the advertising service she expected, according to prosecutors.
Thieves continue to steal copper wire out of Tacoma’s street lights, causing neighborhoods to go dark and creating headaches for city staffers.
By avoiding training camp, the unpredictable Marshawn Lynch is building a debt that’s nearing half a million dollars