Police are looking for a suspect in the armed robbery of a Tacoma pizza shop that happened about 10 p.m. Nov. 15 in the 100 block of South 38th Street.
Tacoma police are asking the public to help piece together the night a Kalama man was fatally stabbed this month, and to identify anyone he may have known or been seen with in the Tacoma area.
A Level 1 sex offender pleaded not guilty Wednesday to allegations he inappropriately touched young boys in a Tacoma YMCA locker room.
Formal demolition and construction begins Monday, Dec. 2, on the $20 million YMCA facility to be built on the campus of the University of Washington Tacoma.
Tacoma City Councilman Anders Ibsen will take a leave of absence from his elected post for at least 11 months to train as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps reserves. wants the council to appoint Jordan Rash, 30, to serve in his stead.
Law enforcement in Pierce County will be increasing DUI patrols through the holiday season.
Seattle-based chain MOD Pizza will open its second South Sound outpost Wednesday evening near Tacoma Mall in the same building where Northwest burger restaurant Blazing Onion will open.
Some families are scouring supermarket shelves for the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving. Others are worrying about how theyll afford food through the end of the month.
All the beloved favorites will still shine at Zoolights this year, but they're re-imagined. Some displays have been moved, some have been covered in fresh lights and others have been revamped completely.
Backers of a new hotel planned for the Thea Foss Waterway have won another court victory in a long legal battle against the owners of Tacoma's Murano Hotel.
A boat fire in the Foss Harbor Marina that displaced one person Sunday night was caused by an electrical failure that ignited paneling on the vessel, according to the Tacoma Fire Department.
The Tacoma School Board decided Monday to put off taking an active role in developing charter schools.
Two of Tacoma’s interim department heads will become permanent next week, the city manager’s office announced Monday.
273 drummers turned out Sunday at Tacomas Emerald Queen Casino for the 2013 Woodstick Big Beat, coordinator Donn Bennett said Monday.
Dan Reddin's fifth-period engineering design class had just gotten under way at Wilson High School, when he heard a slight "thump" behind him.
A University Place teenager died after he lost control of the car he was driving in icy conditions just before 8 a.m. Sunday in Tacoma, the State Patrol said Monday.
Tacoma-based Bates Technical College and Port Angeles-based Peninsula College have entered into an agreement that will enable Bates graduates who meet specific degree standards to transfer into a bachelor of applied science program at Peninsula.
The two college presidents, Ron Langrell of Bates and Luke Robins of Peninsula, signed the agreement Nov. 15.
For more information contact Joshua Baker, dean of instruction, at email@example.com or call 253-680-7217.
A Tacoma police officer fired a single round at a man after a pursuit that ended in Puyallup early this morning.
“Design issues” and the city’s century-old streets have caused more than $1 million in increased costs to the Pacific Avenue Streetscape Project, city officials say.
One person was displaced by a fire on a boat Sunday night in the Foss Harbor Marina, according to Tacoma Fire.
People could hear the hundreds of drummers before they saw them at the 2013 Woodstick Big Beat Sunday at Tacoma's Emerald Queen Casino.
A Tacoma man was killed late Saturday night when the car he was driving collided with a van after failing to stop at a stop sign on state Route 702.
The woman with the mohawk haircut said she was trying to kick a heroin habit. It didnt look like much of an effort.
Cold weather, stagnant air triggers tougher burn restrictions in Pierce County.
Tacoma Police say a man suspected of shooting another man in east Tacoma early Saturday killed himself in a Lakewood apartment a few hours later.
A year ago, the future looked bleak for two Pierce County infants. Born a month apart in 2012 she in November, he in December both were left by their drug-addicted parents at the hospital.
A fire that caused severe damage to a Northeast Tacoma house late Thursday was caused by discarded fireplace ashes, according to the Fire Department.
An improperly disposed of cigarette caused a fire at a retirement community Wednesday, according to Tacoma Fire.
The last two of six suspects charged in connection with an arson at a Tacoma church day care last year have pleaded not guilty.
A Pierce County judge Thursday assigned a Tacoma killer a date with the executioner, but Cecil Davis is expected to appeal again before that day arrives.