A brewer is offering to pick up some of the slack left by a Tacoma beer festival organizers unmet promises to local charities.
The remains found in a vehicle over a cliff in Packwood last week are those of a Tacoma man who went missing last year, the Lewis County Coroner said Wednesday.
A garbage truck struck a power pole in a Tacoma alley today, and the driver is trapped in his truck due to downed power lines, according to the Tacoma Fire Department.
As the holiday season draws near, downtown Tacoma businesses are hoping the latest Pacific Avenue construction project will be mostly finished by its scheduled completion date, Nov. 27.
Tacoma City Council approved a resolution Tuesday night that helps kick-start the city’s once-a-decade charter review.
Margaret Effelberg was desperate for money when she hatched a plot to kill a Tacoma man who went missing in early October, Pierce County prosecutors said Tuesday.
The northbound state Route 7 ramp to Interstate 705 was to close late Tuesday while crews strengthened the bridge for earthquake safety, according to the state Department of Transportation.
Two men shot Monday night have been uncooperative during interviews, Tacoma police said Tuesday.
There was one turkey in The Rescue Mission freezer in Tacoma this week, which wont be enough come Thanksgiving. The organization planned to serve 1,500 meals to people in need on the holiday last year.
A memorial service for the Rev. Ron Vignec, founder of the Salishan/Eastside Lutheran Mission, is scheduled for 3 p.m. Nov. 21 at Urban Grace Church, 902 Market St., in downtown Tacoma.
Pierce County prosecutors today charged Margaret Effelberg with first-degree murder in the October disappearance of a Tacoma man.
The northbound state Route 7 ramp to Interstate 705 will close Monday night while crews enforce the bridge for earthquake safety, according to the state Department of Transportation.
A 43-year-old Tacoma man killed Monday when his car struck a concrete curb and vaulted over the railing and onto Interstate 705 has been identified as Christopher Hatch.
Tacoma police said two men shot Monday night have been uncooperative during interviews.
Primo Grill, an anchor restaurant in Tacoma's Sixth Avenue neighborhood, will move next year.
Parents trying to navigate an airport terminal with two toddlers in diapers might wonder whether it would be easier to tote the tykes along on a wilderness expedition.
Tacoma Fire was dispatched to South 19th and South Ainsworth streets about 8:30 p.m. for a reported shooting Monday.
A 43-year-old Tacoma man died in a one-car crash at southbound Interstate 705 and South 21st Street Monday night, according to the State Patrol.
Rev. Ron Vignec, a Tacoma Lutheran minister whose mission was to bring hope to a broken city, died Sunday following an illness.
Counties and cities are caught in a bidding war for cheap jail beds designed for low-level inmates. The result: a glut of empty jail beds, and a push to build more.
University of Washington Tacoma launches efforts to train veteran entrepreneurs, physician assistants and cyber security experts as VA announces that 1 million people have benefited from Post 9/11 GI Bill
Scott Speck is a best-selling author, a public speaker, a polylinguist and a savvy social media presence. He’s also a conductor respected nationwide for his energy and communication – and he’s arriving in town this week for his audition concert Sunday for the position of music director with the Tacoma Symphony Orchestra, playing Tchaikovsky’s Fifth Symphony, Beethoven’s First Piano Concerto and a Philip Glass overture.
The suds flowed freely from taps and thousands of people lined up to get a taste.
Historic Tacoma has added McKinley Elementary School on the East Side to its watch list in an attempt to draw attention to the 105-year-old building’s uncertain future and the vacancy that has left it vulnerable to deterioration and vandalism.
A Joint Base Lewis-McChord veteran and his wife survived the storm officials believe has killed thousands in the Philippines. Their daughter said Sunday that the couples hometown is in desperate need of relief efforts.
Pierce County wanted more money to house Tacoma's offenders but the city went to Fife, putting the county jail millions of dollars into the red.
Three employees from the fiscal department knocked on Linda Nguyen’s office door.
The mans car was on fire. While firefighters sprayed streams of water on his 1986 Monte Carlo, he sprayed streams of invective.
Lewis County authorities have retrieved the human remains discovered inside a wrecked vehicle registered to a missing Tacoma man, but they had not made a positive identification of the body Friday.
Stephanie Anne Johnsons run on The Voice came to an end Thursday night. She was one of eight singers sent home on the NBC talent show.
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