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2 hrs ago | The News Tribune
More than 2,700 runners some in kilts and most in green hit the streets of Tacoma on Saturday morning to participate in Tacoma's sixth St. Paddy's Day Run .
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6 hrs ago | Northwest Music Scene
"Where is the future we wanted?" In one succinct lyric, Death by Stars mulls the question at the heart of the Generation X/Y existential malaise.
10 hrs ago | Port Orchard Orchard
The Pierce County medical examiner's office is awaiting results from an autopsy to determine what caused the death of a South Kitsap woman.
14 hrs ago | Yes! Magazine
Supporters of people held at the Northwest Detention Center rally in Tacoma, Wash., on March 11, 2014.
18 hrs ago | The News Tribune
A driver with the ride-sharing service Lyft waits for a customer on a street in Santa Monica, California in this file photo taken October 17, 2013.
A Tacoma woman applying for a job discovers she never technically graduated high school.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said Friday that all others who participated in the protest have eaten and have been cleared by medical officials.
They've always received the standard princess kit - tiara, earrings, white gloves and yellow gown.
With a deadline looming to move a vintage Northern Pacific dining car from its track side location in the Port of Tacoma, Dave Burns finally has some good news to report.
On August 12, 1999, as Seattle University's law school prepared to move from Tacoma to new facilities in Seattle, temporary employee Melissa Joyner examines and tosses old, unneeded law school records in the Registrars Office.
Local rock, blues icon Bill Engelhart, bands have gigs scheduled for his 75th Tacoma rock and blues icon Bill Engelhart turns 75 on Sunday, and the Blues Vespers, the free Sunday music series at Immanuel Presbyterian Church, is marking the occasion with a musical celebration.
Directed by Alyson Soma, this production brings together an A-list of talent from the Pacific Northwest for its four person cast: Kent Phillips, Brynne Garman , Robert Alan Barnett, and Holly Slyter Rose.
Tacoma Little Theatre will welcome Kent Phillips as one of our cast members for Chapter Two.
Rob Sorensen has joined SIKU Construction, LLC as Superintendent for the Facility Services Group in the Pacific Northwest office, announced SIKU General Manager Bill Polis.
Pierce County prosecutors have filed charges against a driver suspected of killing a Tacoma man in a fatal crash and fleeing the scene, leaving behind the dying man and the car he’d been driving.
The annual South Sound Technology Conference is Friday and features a wide variety of experts in tech from our region.
If you're going to tell a story, then telling the 2,000-year-old story of Jesus' crucifixion with five vocal soloists, choir and orchestra is a good way to start.