Personnel managers across U.S. military branches are discussing how, or even if, to use broad new authorities from Congress to modify recruitment and promotion of commissioned officers to meet rapidly evolving needs of a modern force.
Amazon’s headquarters expansions hint that the company intends to branch out from its retail roots into things like cloud services, the Internet of Things, business-to-business commerce, media and information, you name it, writes Bill Virgin.
A Spanaway-based company that claims to support 40 veterans’ organizations was shut down by a Pierce County Superior Court judge on Friday. Attorney General Bob Ferguson filed a lawsuit against Fallen Hero Bracelets, the Benjamin Foundation and other organizations run by Michael Friedmann in July.
The McKinley Way overpass over Interstate 5 in Tacoma reopens Friday. It will have two 10-foot-wide sidewalks for pedestrians, two six-foot-wide paths for bicyclists and a median and a left-turn lane for vehicles.
President Donald Trump will meet with Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi — who is on his short list be his next attorney general — while he is at his Mar-A-Lago resort in Palm Beach for the Thanksgiving holiday next week
Straight From Philly will open Nov. 20 in downtown Tacoma at 1126 Commerce Street with a menu of 25 Philly cheesesteak sandwiches and 11 loaded fries. There also are burgers, gyros and hoagie sandwiches served East Coast style on Amoroso’s rolls.
Two men, including one from Bonney Lake, who were paid millions to recycle electronics in an environmentally safe way instead secretly sent them to Hong Kong for disposal, which allegedly put workers and the environment at risk.
Down 14-3, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks were booed by the CenturyLink Field fans. But Wilson was nearly perfect on two scoring drives to rally Seattle (5-5) to a comeback win over Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers, 27-24.