Officials in neighboring Tacoma and Ruston deserve credit for setting aside egos and years of distrust to sign an agreement over how to manage the Point Ruston development. Others helped them get there.
When a lifelong Puyallup resident is elected to run Washington’s statewide Republican party apparatus, as Caleb Heimlich was last month, the news should elicit a hearty Pierce County cheer, no matter your flavor of politics.
In releasing nine disputed text messages on Facebook last week, Pierce County Prosecutor Mark Lindquist used his familiar brand of salesmanship, swagger and spin, but failed to acknowledge any errors of judgment.
Hold on to your playbills, Puget Sounders. “Hamilton” opens at Seattle’s Paramount Theater for a six-week run on Tuesday. Tickets are selling for over $300 a pop, but it’s totally worth it. Here’s why.
Keeping boys as sex slaves might be culturally acceptable among some men in Afghanistan. But for this depravity to continue while U.S. forces funded, trained, assisted and observed their Afghan proteges is unconscionable.
The suicide of WSU quarterback Tyler Hilinski gives fresh urgency to legislation in Olympia. Washington lawmakers should embrace the findings of a task force on mental health and suicide prevention in higher education.
Click’s days drinking freely from the fountain of electric utility funds are numbered, as is the city’s fanciful two-year-old plan to go “all in” with an upgraded high-speed retail internet operation on the backs of TPU ratepayers.
While Amazon’s headquarters derby didn’t go our way, it mobilized Tacoma-Pierce County to take honest stock of their economic development assets, forge partnerships and focus on trolling for fishes instead of a whale.
So many people have misunderstood the law that the Washington State Patrol and Washington Traffic Safety Commission held a conference call Friday morning to answer questions about how the law works, and how you could get cited under it.
Driving seems to be the last thing on these motorists' minds
Gov. Inslee: Wages must be competitive at Western State
WATCH: Tacoma's Crystal Judson center representatives reflect on 10 years of work
VIDEO: Idea for a community center in Tacoma's East Side is born