Station design concepts ranging from a new elevated station to a combination of residential units and station spaces were unveiled Wednesday at Freighthouse Square.
In a case drawing the attention of national religious-liberty groups, a Wilson High School student says school administrators discriminated against his student group that opposes abortion by banning certain messages the group wanted to post around campus.
The city's annual survey won't focus just on businesses this year, according to a news release. Property owners with potential violations will receive a warning postcard before any enforcement action is taken.
Gloria Dei Lutheran Church will host a concert Friday for a Midland-area church that was destroyed Feb. 10 in the second arson since September.
For 25 years, Tacoma's tall ship — the Odyssey — has paid its own way. Every summer, the Tacoma Sea Scouts charter the 90-foot-long yacht to other Scout groups around the country for eight weeklong San Juan Island cruises.
School enrollment in Tacoma will decline gradually over the next decade, a report to the Tacoma School Board projects.
Stormy weather caused mud slides Tuesday that closed multiple Pierce County roads.
A ceremony Friday will honor Daveena Sanchez, a two-year-old girl who Sheriff's deputies said was killed by her father at their Tacoma-area apartment Wednesday.
A mudslide about 3 p.m. in the 600 block of North Schuster Parkway closed at least some lanes of the roadway.
"We’re All People," Bates Technical College’s Black History Month event, will feature performance poet Joshua Bennett on Feb. 25.
Appellate judges say the assistant attorney general who prosecuted Hecht committed misconduct during closing arguments by showing jury photos of Hecht with the word "guilty" superimposed over them.
A hit-and-run driver lost control in the rain late Monday and struck a rail car in Tacoma, spilling about 100 gallons of diesel fuel.
A series of mudslides Monday have closed a section of state Route 509 in Tacoma.
The fire that engulfed a 30-foot-long sailboat Monday along the Thea Foss Waterway in Tacoma is now under control.
A leak from a propane tanker truck was was contained at the Port of Tacoma Monday, ending a potentially dangerous situation without any injuries, the Tacoma Fire Department said.
The Tacoma Municipal Code prohibits U-turns throughout the city, except for in uncontrolled intersections and where authorized by a sign or signal. See section 11.05.550 of the Tacoma Municipal Code.
The city of Tacoma and a union of workers who maintain high-voltage power lines for the city and Tacoma Public Utilities are entering a second round of mediation.
Those who knew Debra Friedman professionally knew a fierce, no-nonsense chancellor who had an unfaltering vision for the direction of the University of Washington Tacoma.
Pop quiz youve got a prior conviction for threatening to kill a sheriffs deputy and put a bullet in his head. What do you do?
The Pierce County Sheriffs Department began contracting out medical care at the county jail Feb. 1 in a cost-cutting move that laid off 15 full-time workers.
At a small kitchen table in a home filled with clocks, Shayne Buchanan has no problem sliding back in time. A sip of coffee, a hit on his cigarette, and the 67-year-old is back in 1965.
A man facing more than 20 years in prison on an attempted-murder charge tried to make a break for it Friday afternoon, causing a fracas that spilled into the hall.
A Canada lynx who starred in the Wild Wonders Outdoor Theater show was euthanized Friday because of kidney disease, according to Point Defiance Zoo &Aquarium.
Prosecutors wanted 20 years for Joshua Sullivan, who violently shook his 7-day-old namesake last year, but the judge took into account Sullivan's youth and tough upbringing in arriving at 16 years, 8 months.
With a $1 million grant from the Gary E. Milgard Family Foundation, Nativity House has moved 20 percent closer to its $5 million goal of funding what the agency calls New Nativity House.
Let them eat cookies. The pols in O-Town are busy making legislative sausage for, what, 60 whole days this year? Theyve been going about the hard work of congratulating the Seahawks and renaming Mount Rainier and designating the official state oyster.
Bowling is back at Bowlero Lanes in Lakewood.
Ed Ulman has been named executive director and general manager of KBTC, the public television station operated by Bates Technical College in Tacoma. He had recently filled the position on an interim basis.
A boy police believe to be 13-years-old was shot in the leg in Tacoma and taken to the hospital Thursday, Tacoma police spokeswoman Loretta Cool said.
Meredith Powell, the 24-year-old Lincoln High School math teacher charged with child rape for having sex with students, has resigned from her job and surrendered her state teaching certificate, Tacoma Public Schools attorney Shannon McMinimee confirmed Thursday.
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