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The National Weather Service says temperatures are moderating in Washington Tuesday without the snow that some had feared for the morning commute in the Puget Sound area.
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The new director of the Audain Art Museum in Whistler says her goal is to to engage the resort community with art.
The Port of Tacoma is allowing potential buyers of a 745-acre potential industrial site in Thurston County an extension of time to submit proposals for the tract.
Terry Waller, owner of Olive Branch Cafe, in her former cafe at 12th and Proctor.
It's not every day you can attend "The Nutcracker" and see a completely brand-new show, but that's what you'll get at Tacoma City Ballet's current Pantages production, in a shimmery blast of color and story.
The GED, which has been around more than 70 years, is a way for people who never finished high school to take a series of tests and receive a credential that can qualify them for jobs, college admission and financial aid.
If things had gone the way the state Department of Transportation wanted, construction of the first of two new Interstate 5 bridges over the Puyallup River would have begun last summer.
The holiday season was in full swing Sunday at the Tacoma Art Museum with the Let it Snow community festival.
The South Sound is done with the 20s, and headed for the 40s later this week, the National Weather Service said.
When big news happens, deciding how to play it is usually easy. On Thursday, newspapers across the country fell in line upon learning Nelson Mandela had died.
Marchers in support of $15 minimum wage march through SeaTac on their way to Seattle City Hall last Thursday, which was one of series of rallies nationwide.
Dr. William Waugh is a practicing ophthalmologist in Olympia again after recently joining the west Olympia office of Eye M.D.s of Puget Sound.
A rabbi who was raised in Tacoma has been appointed senior rabbi of New York's Central Synagogue, one of the largest Reform congregations in North America.
Way back in 2005, then-City Manager Eric Anderson delivered a blunt message to the Tacoma City Council: City government faced a widening crevasse between its income and spending.
For dozens of small entrepreneurs, last's year's auction of former state liquor stores seemed to hold great promise.