As temperatures are dropping, concern is rising for those who are living on the street or can’t afford utility bills to warm their home. The City of Tacoma offers a warming center on specific days when the weather is too cold for anyone who does not have heat.
State health officials announced Covid-19 cases soared past 100,000 in Washington State Thursday.
The City of Tacoma is working to create a new way to help its local businesses reach customers directly during the pandemic.
Police say suspects broke into All American Motors on October 9th
Pierce County sheriff's officials say animal control officers seized three dozen dogs, including 15 puppies, from a Tacoma home as part of an ongoing investigation.
Authorities say more people have been killed in Tacoma, Washington, this year than in any of the last 22 years.
As Governor Jay Inslee is set to sign an updated proclamation to extend the eviction moratorium through December 31, landlords are speaking out about the financial pressure that is mounting each month.
The Puget Sound Auto Theft Task Force is asking for the public's help to identify a burglary who smashed out a window at I-5 Motors in Fife early Wednesday morning, ransacked the office, stole owner’s manuals and car keys.
A new program offered to restaurant owners in the South Sound is meant to entice diners back to their favorite haunts for a sit-down mean and up to 30% off their bill.
A promising and bright young man was tragically shot and killed while attending a birthday party in late September. On Friday, at the Pierce County Courthouse, his accused killer faced a judge for the first time.
Detectives are investigating the murder of a 76-year-old woman who was found shot and killed inside her home Saturday night.
Voter registration and turnout figures are expected to break records this presidential election. In Pierce County, voters believe this is the most important election of their lifetime.
Tacoma Police will hold a virtual memorial service on Wednesday, celebrating the life of K9 officer Ronja, who was killed in the line of duty during a suspect pursuit in August.
Parents with kids enrolled in the South Sound’s largest school district are now scrambling after learning a planned return to in-person instruction for this coming Monday had been cancelled.
In-person classes will not begin on Sept. 28 as originally planned.
A 26-year-old man died after being shot early Friday morning in Tacoma.
A man died after being dropped off at a Tacoma hospital.
On Thursday, Tacoma Public Schools announced it will not start in-person classes on Monday, Sept. 28 after all.
“Justice - will there be justice? Justice would be trading his life for hers, if she could come back that would be justice. That’s not going to happen."
Three people were injured after shots rang out at a beach party overnight in Tacoma.