The Tacoma City Council’s meeting on the future of the Click network will include a public comment session. This follows two TPU board meetings and a correction from a board member over her comment on fees.
A former Tri-Cities caregiver is going to prison for sexually abusing and taking nude photos of a developmentally disabled teen in his care. The boy’s parents had allowed sleepovers with the Kennewick man.
Oddfellas Pub & Eatery was founded in Auburn in 2010 and opened a second location in Tacoma’s Westgate neighborhood in late February. The pub features a classic pub menu, plus crowd-friendly sandwiches and pizza. It has 25 beers on tap, too.
A contractor for the Washington state Department of Transportation will begin demolition of the L Street overpass over Interstate 5 in Tacoma on Monday to make room for HOV lanes. A replacement opens in 2021.
A Washington teen broke through the ice near Bateman Island and now is hoping that his story will warn others not to venture out. The warm temperatures after the winter has made the ice soft and dangerous
In 2011, Erika Thompson started the Wishing Well, providing free new and lightly used clothing and toys for Pierce County foster kids. The operation has a large storefront on Pacific Avenue in Parkland.
Are electric scooters safe? Two people have died in electric scooter crashes in California in the last week, in San Diego and Santa Monica, prompting safety concerns as the new motorized devices arrive on Sacramento streets.
Kenny Wooten blocked four shots in Washington’s latest loss to Oregon and the Huskies will now face another shot blocker in Utah State’s Neemias Queta. UW coach Mike Hopkins said the key is to stay aggressive.
Mariners pitcher Yusei Kikuchi is set to make his MLB debut in Japan. Pitcher Wade LeBlanc, who pitched a year in Japan, said Kikuchi is uniquely qualified to make a smooth transition to American baseball.
Kizuki Ramen & Izakya is coming to Tacoma Mall in 2019. The restaurant plans to open later this year inside the mall. The menu will feature multiple kinds of ramen, Japanese small plates and gluten free fare.
Central Co-op gains new CEO as Tacoma store renovations continue. Catherine Willis Cleveland replaces Garland McQueen as leader of the grocer. New sidewalks, HVAC and more installed at Tacoma site. Opening TBD.
Nurses, patients and supporters are holding an informational picket this morning outside CHI Franciscan St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma. The nurses, already in contract negotiations for seven months, seek safer working conditions.