It’s a time of harvest, and sharing with those less fortunate. Help stop hunger in Puget Sound by giving to one of these food drives.
As more than 3 million Washington voters finish filling out their ballots in the state’s first presidential all-mail election, some should put two stamps on envelopes in counties where the ballot weighs more than an ounce. But don’t worry if the postage is short; the Postal Service always delivers.
For the first time ever, Green Tacoma Day will wrap Tacoma’s Arbor Day celebration and Metro Parks’ Fall Tree Festival with the celebration of Tacoma’s open and natural greenspaces. Do your part to help the environment. Bring the kids and come out for some fun!
It’s the 30th year of fun over 5 BIG DAYS! Come to Tacoma’s largest holiday gift show October 17 – 21! Shopping, cooking demonstrations, live music, Santa and more!
The National Weather Service has issued a wind advisory for Western Washington from Monday afternoon to Tuesday morning.
From Snohomish to Tacoma, Puget Sound is filled with ugly horror that will give you goosebumps. If that’s what you’re looking for this Halloween… dare to take a peek at some of our favorite haunts.
A Pierce County man who beat a neighbor’s dog with a hatchet after luring it with treats has been sentenced to six months in jail.
August is a great month for fairs in Washington! What’s your favorite? Whether it’s the rides and games, animals, arts and crafts or delicious fair food, you and your family have plenty of fairs to visit this summer!
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Social workers tasked with protecting the children of Josh Powell did not consult with law enforcement or explore his potentially violent past before allowing him to host supervised visits at his home, a […]
Coming on Saturday, August 4, it’s the sixth annual Woofstock, one part fantastic entertainment and one hundred parts great pets that need a home. It is free for the whole family and a whole lot of fun!