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Planning for Tacoma’s new Amtrak station now moves to a second phase: finding how to create all of the amenities that the community wants near the station.
District pledges to investigate any rumors, threats or “bad jokes,” and warns against social media rumors
Sure, we liked to give former Gov. Chris Gregoire a hard time about her Halloween costumes every year. But now we’re stuck with Jay Inslee.
The Ramos family has been planning for Halloween since May. “It’s kind of all of our favorite holiday,” Allison Ramos said. “We talk about Halloween pretty much all year long.”
Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway touts its track record hauling volatile Bakken crude oil, but Gov. Inslee and the Legislature want a closer look at risk, which an ongoing study may help identify.
Lisa Berntsen, a Tacoma environmental scientist, died recently while on a trek to Mount Everest’s base camp, The Mountaineers announced Thursday on its website. She was 49.
Students from Stadium High School have organized a Halloween public service project called “253 Tacoma Scares Hunger.”
Police are looking for two men they say robbed and hit a woman in her University Place home.
State bean counters acknowledged a published mistake in their fiscal analysis of the costs of Initiative 1351, the class size initiative. It’s been corrected online.
The husband of state Senate candidate Tami Green, D-Lakewood, sent out an anonymous mailer this week that doesn’t identify who paid for it, something Republicans quickly decried as a violation of state election laws.