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34 min ago | Seattle Post-Intelligencer
In a political battle reminiscent of the Peloponnesian War, elected officials in Pierce County have duked it out over zoning for marijuana businesses with long-term consequences yet to be known.
Are you smart enough to be a US Marine?
How much do you know about Islam?
Yeah, no. I'm a wimp. I hate eating outside in December unless my job forces the issue.
The death of a man hit and killed by a train in Puyallup Sunday was a suicide, the Pierce County Medical Examiner's Office said Wednesday.
The Pierce County Council has decided to turn over the business of licensing taxicabs and their drivers to the city of Tacoma.
Parking people with mental illness in emergency rooms without required treatment remains legal in the state of Washington for now.
A fire that killed a father and his 8-year-old daughter at their Fox Island home last week appears to have been an accident, Pierce County Fire Marshal Warner Webb said Tuesday.
Current and former Tacoma leaders remember Nelson Mandela as a person who lived out the principles of nonviolence, social justice and forgiveness.
The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department will hold a Super Saturday event this weekend to provide personal help for Pierce County residents who want to sign up for health insurance through the Affordable Care Act.
The GED, which has been around more than 70 years, is a way for people who never finished high school to take a series of tests and receive a credential that can qualify them for jobs, college admission and financial aid.
When big news happens, deciding how to play it is usually easy. On Thursday, newspapers across the country fell in line upon learning Nelson Mandela had died.
Tacoma's cash reserves could be more flush at the end of 2014 than they've been in years if the City Council approves a proposed budget change.
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.