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The Puget Sound Clean Air Agency is considering a change of policy that would require Tacoma and Pierce County to pay a higher rate than other Puget Sound jurisdictions to keep their air clean.
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It's Earth Day, which seems like an appropriate day to check out the first ever episode of Urban Green, a new show on TV Tacoma from the City of Tacoma's office of Environmental Policy and Sustainability.
A fundraiser in memory of Allison Midori Leedy, who was killed April 12 at her Renton apartment, is planned for Friday in Tacoma.
A Tacoma woman could face the possibility of life in prison without the possibility of parole after she allegedly used pepper spray on a store manager who tried to stop her from shoplifting.
A big band music group called The Jazz Disciples will hold a benefit concert for Golgotha Moldavian Baptist Church on May 4 in Tacoma.
A 15-year-old boy suspected in a string of “Buddy Bandits” bank robberies across the state appeared in court Monday.
A US college dropout has become an expert at maths and physics - after being punched in the back of the head.
Americans learned last week that nearly 3 million credit card numbers are vulnerable through a data breach of Michaels Craft Stores.
A longtime transportation group, a quickly expanding logistics firm and a neighborhood environmental watchdog organization have won the Port of Tacoma's highest community honors for 2014.
Recent mural work in Chicago by Nick Goettling, who'll paint a mural under the Murray Morgan bridge this summer.
Brennan Moore built a split-rail fence for Titlow Park that spans 250 feet and helps to define the park boundaries.
As part of Bates Technical College's Brain Series lectures, Dr. Naja Ferjan Ramirez will speak at a free event from 7-9 p.m. Thursday.
If you could see the world through my eyes, you would know how perfect it is, how much order runs through it, and how much structure is hidden in its tiniest parts.
Twelve years ago, Jason Padgett was a college drop-out working at his dad's furniture store when a mugging at a Tacoma, Washington karaoke bar changed his life forever.
NonProfit Business Leader of the Year Over nine years, Stephanie Stebich has led the Tacoma Art Museum into national prominence.