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The AAA auto club reports the average price of a gallon of gasoline in Washington is $4, heading into the Memorial Day weekend.
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Board members, who voted 4-0 with one member absent, said they might reconsider their decision in the fall.
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Whether you prefer Zimbabwean folk or classical chamber music, whether you love wacky festivals or serious theater, whether you like being inside or outside or both, you'll find a summer full of fun in the South Sound.
Steve Powell appears in a Pierce County Superior Court hearing on April 24, 2012, in Tacoma, Wash.
The Port of Tacoma has decided to invest at least $80 million in a terminal to receive crude oil brought by railroad from Montana, at a site where a container terminal was once planned.
When the terrorists struck on 9/11, Barrett Austin was in Mrs. Spearman's second-grade class here.
William J. Lake, 107, one of several dozen American WWI veterans Richard Rubin interviewed in the last decade for his book The Last of the Doughboys: The Forgotten Generation and Their Forgotten World War , discusses an encounter with a German sniper at the battle of Meuse-Argonne in 1918.
A Tacoma political group that distributed mailers attacking state senate candidate Jack Connelly last year violated campaign finance law by failing to report its donations and spending in a timely manner, the Public Disclosure Commission ruled Wednesday.
Unlike some bigger cities, Tacoma isn't so jaded - or hyperpolitical - that it's afraid to treat a visit by a president of the United States as a big deal.
Cyclists prepare to ride across the Interstate 90 Bridge over Lake Washington, where speeding traffic can put a buzz in your ears.
Viewing the swath of total destruction left by Monday's tornado in Moore, Okla., it's hard to believe anyone could have survived.
Pierce County prosecutors have re-filed kidnapping charges against a 36-year-old Tacoma man who was found incompetent to stand trial last October.
Zach Ouellette of Tacoma was 16 years old two summers ago, working at the Proctor District Farmers Market with his mother, a market regular known as Cheryl the Pig Lady.
Four Tacoma teachers have received layoff notices from Tacoma Public Schools, and 95 others may be displaced to other jobs and schools around the district.
A new law will make it easier to keep people detained after a court has found them incompetent to stand trial on felony charges.
It's not every day that a new marijuana dispensary opens with a $9 cap on top-shelf cannabis flowers.