Tacomas Flying Boots & Wings is at least a few weeks from reopening, or at least thats what manager Candie King predicts. The Lincoln neighborhood bar and restaurant was expected to be open by now, but an electrical panel upgrade delayed those plans. Other kitchen upgrades had to be made, too.
Five new 5-kilometer running events, all of which plan to raise money for youth, are coming to the South Sound this spring.
Several landslides have been reported in Western Washington as recent rains break loose steeper hillsides.
A free event screening two films about iconic Puget Sound tugboats is scheduled for 6 p.m. Thursday at Seattle’s Klondike Gold Rush National Historic Park.
The event, a celebration of the 125th anniversary of tugboat Arthur Foss, will begin with the debut of “Arthur Foss: Iconic Tugboat of the Northwest,” a documentary produced by students of the Art Institute of Seattle.
The film will be followed with a screening of the 1933 film “Tugboat Annie.” The movie is based on Tacoma’s Thea Foss.
A man accused of hiding in the back seat of a womans car to rob her later told detectives he wanted to apologize to her, saying he had needed the money to get married, Pierce County prosecutors said.
Tacoma firefighters put out two different blazes in Northeast Tacoma Monday night.
A Tacoma restaurant was heavily damaged when a car ran into it Tuesday, according to Tacoma Fire.
Navy fighter jet passed through North Tacoma, surprising residents who are used to the hum of Air Force jets over their houses.
On the wall of the office Chuck Matthaei occupied until his death last week at the age of 93 stands a Pacific Blue Marlin, 11 feet long.
A Tacoma City Council subcommittee might have violated the state Open Public Meetings Act when it selected charter review committee finalists outside of a public meeting.
The Tacoma Historical Society will move to the Provident Building downtown April 1, officials said Monday.
Firefighters were working to put out a blaze at a house in Northeast Tacoma Monday night, Tacoma Fire said.
Officers have identified a man they say hid in the back seat of a womans car last month to rob her, Tacoma police spokesman Loretta Cool said Monday.
As Meryl Streep made a scene in the lobby of the Theatre on the Square on Sunday and Jack Nicholson called to her from across the room the costumes and gowns at Tacomas Oscar party were as elaborate as those at the real deal.
Police are looking for a man they say robbed a Tacoma pizza restaurant while smoking a cigarette Jan. 18.
As business warms to the realization of a U.S. Open golf tournament in Pierce County 16 months from now, money jumps.
She was 40, a semi-regular at the tavern in the 300 block of North I Street. Shed been kicked out and banned from the place a day earlier. She came back to kick back.
Seven years ago, when state officials began thinking seriously of changing the route passenger trains take through Tacoma, the 104-year-old Freighthouse Square was an obvious choice for a new passenger depot.
Freighthouse Squares limitations might ultimately restrict whats possible in trying to turn the 104-year-old building into a passenger rail depot.
Two Tacoma men associated with medical marijuana dispensaries in the South Sound were arraigned Friday in U.S. District Court, charged with conspiracy to distribute marijuana and conspiracy to commit money laundering.
Robert Florence was too humble to share stories of his Tacoma-based medical career, his family says, but he had an excellent memory for his patients and procedures.
Deondre Posey, who tried to flee a Pierce County courtroom on Valentines Day, was sentenced Friday to 26 years in prison following a 2010 conviction for attempted murder.
The bank robbers worked fast, wasting no time. The approach was basic: Three men in masks would vault the counters, take the money and escape in two minutes or less, shifting to a getaway car and then to a rental.
An outside investigator for Pierce Transit found no evidence that two off-duty Tacoma police officers over-reported or falsified the hours they worked helping supervise transit security officers.
Tacoma restaurant Smoke + Cedar will open this weekend at Allenmore Golf Course, but theres a catch. The restaurant only will be open for dinner and only by reservation. The by-reservation opening is designed to keep the restaurant moving smoothly during its inaugural week, said Gordon Naccarato, a Tacoma native who also Pacific Grill in downtown Tacoma. Expect the first few days, or up to the first week of operation, to limit dining to the reservation-only option as the restaurant settles into its new digs.
There was a jaywalker, a gun and a short chase down a Tacoma alley that ended with a police officer striking a man with his patrol car.
It’s cinema’s biggest night of the year, but you don’t need to be a Hollywood starlet or quirky film director to get your time on the red carpet. Once again, Tacoma’s home for independent film, The Grand Cinema, is hosting its Academy Awards Party on Sunday at the Broadway Center’s Theatre on the Square.
The University of Washington Tacoma will soon have a new leader, following the death of Chancellor Debra Friedman in January.
Sound Transits board of directors moved Tacomas Link light rail system one step closer to expansion Thursday, officially identifying a route up Stadium Way and onto the Hilltop for further study and engineering.