If you were born the year the Grammy-winning band released its landmark album, "Rumours," you're about 35 or 36 years old now and maybe wondering where all the time went.
TACOMA. Wash.-- Former Lakewood police officer Skeeter Manos is expected to plead guilty Friday in Tacoma on state charges for stealing the identity of a certified public accountant and forging documents in his name.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Is he the "hardest-working teacher" in his district, as a fellow Lake Roosevelt High School teacher says? Someone who elevated his school's professionalism and standards, as his superintendent says? A "good example of the American dream," as a Grand Coulee doctor says? An ... (more)
It just keeps coming: Three of Tacoma's local churches offer acoustically - and visually - beautiful spaces for free concerts of every style of music you could want.
If a makeshift committee has its way, a historic but increasingly unstable totem pole that has stood in downtown Tacoma for more than a century would be taken down and left to decay publicly as a piece of the city's "living history." No formal decision has been made about the pole, but an ad hoc working group assigned to examine what to do with the ... (more)
Members of Tacoma Fire Department salute the medic unit carrying the body of fellow firefighter Albert Nejmeh past Station 8 at 4911 S. Alaska St.
A U.S. Army sergeant was sentenced Thursday to life in prison without parole for gunning down five fellow service members at a combat stress clinic in Iraq.
New York Times bestselling author Bob Goff brings his "Love Does Stuff 2013" Christian-themed conference to the Tacoma Convention Center on Thursday and Friday.
Earlier this month some mysterious guerrilla artist took the liberty of adding some street markings to the four-way stop intersection at 6th and St.
The U.S. Postal Service says Los Angeles was the worst American city for dog attacks on letter carriers last year.
Special Forces soldiers from 4th Battalion, 1st Special Forces Group pay their respects to Sgt.
The dioxin-laden Peninsula Plywood chimney stack that took hours to be toppled April 8 now will cost taxpayers $46,308 more to remove.
The slow-motion process of filling an empty judicial seat in Pierce County's largest court takes another step Wednesday, with no clear date for a final decision.
Let's face it, most people go to Starbucks for the free Wi-Fi, and occasionally a drink or two.
A Tacoma firefighter rendering aid to a sick person collapsed of an apparent heart attack and died Tuesday, city officials said.