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Officials at a Tacoma, Wash., zoo say a trained Eurasian eagle owl that got spooked and flew off into a nearby park has been spotted and captured.
Brandon Kenney, 33, and Christina Kenney, 31, were taken into custody Tuesday afternoon in Tacoma, Wash., with the help of Tacoma police.
Grammy Award winning singer-songwriters Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle share the stage at Tacoma's Urban Grace Church on May 17, for a night of song swapping, duets, storytelling and stellar guitar playing.
For decades we have devoted ample space to the deconstruction of women's studies only to find that there is something even more inane being taught on American campuses-men's studies.
Our region is cluttered with those architectural eyesores harboring boring destinations from our mundane must-do lists.
Saturday Bring the family out for some good old-fashioned fun culminating with an egg hunt at the Mount Rainier Scenic Railroad Bunny Express leaving from Elbe.
See knee slides and more when Ash Cornette of Tacoma, who goes by the stage name Complex, competes this weekend in Seattle.
Work will begin this summer on connecting two downtown streets on the University of Washington Tacoma campus to make it easier for people to walk and bike safely.
Kansas City's police chief says a suspect in a string of random highway shootings that have wounded three people is in custody.
State agents have seized a polygamous group's Texas ranch where hundreds of children were removed during a 2008 FBI raid prompted by child sex abuse allegations.
Forrest the Eurasian eagle owl, who performs in the Wild Wonders Outdoor Theater, was rehearsing Wednesday when he flew off and failed to come back.
Fellowship Bible Church in Tacoma, WA began as a gathering of friends in a living room on July 7, 1977 and grew over the decades that followed to become a beacon in the community.
A restoration of this 1903 colonial revival-style home preserved original details, like brass hardware and silk-covered walls.-Stefanos Chen Philip Ray, 65, a locomotive engineer, lives with his wife, Sandy, in this circa 1903 colonial revival-style home in Tacoma, Wash.
I have had the privilege of serving as a member of two Tacoma Charter Review Committees in 1973 and again this year.
The new Washington Elementary School under construction in Tacoma's Proctor neighborhood should be ready for academic business this fall, according to school district officials.