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Accompanied by a pair of violinists and the two "Roca Angels," Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently led those appearing at the Sogo Department Store on Nanjing Road in Shanghai, China, to promote Tacoma's hometown confection.
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Rapper Drake will not be seen on CBS' Grammy Nominations Concert Live! special tonight.
A teen extradited from Mexico last year has been charged in the 2010 assassination of a Tacoma gang leader.
A teenager charged with a 2010 Tacoma gang shooting pleaded not guilty Friday to first-degree murder, first-degree assault and unlawful possession of a firearm.
Bryan Yambe began his term as Fife City Council member, Position 1, with a swearing in ceremony at the Nov. 26 council meeting at Fife City Hall.
The State of Washington and the City of Tacoma are feeling optimistic about development in Hilltop.
Audience members taking their seats at Tacoma Musical Playhouse might not notice the $1.2 million in improvements the nonprofit community theater has just installed.
On a Sunday afternoon - one of many Sundays since March - Erin Ceragioli watches with unflinching gaze as a drama plays out before her.
Yes, there are the indoor rinks such as Sprinker, open year-round with high-quality ice and lessons.
Crews have started the process of recovering a 167-foot derelict vessel that sank in Tacoma's Hylebos Waterway in January.
Several bicycle and pedestrian projects can go ahead now that the Puget Sound Regional Council on Thursday selected the projects for federal funding.
The downtown Tacoma restaurant is the 17th location for Than Brothers, which opened its first pho restaurant in 1996 in North Seattle and is managed by a farflung network of extended family.
State labor investigators are looking into three wage complaints filed against a Tacoma athletic club owned by a former professional football player.
Angela Warnick Buchdahl was named Senior Rabbi of Manhattan's Central Synagogue last night in a unanimous vote by the synagogue's Board of Trustees, making her the first Asian-American leader of one of the nation's largest Reform synagogues.
Two different venues are holding the traditional English service of Lessons and Carols this Sunday in Tacoma.