Hanging around Puget Sound for this 3-day weekend? There’s plenty of activities right here all weekend long.
Two banks in Tacoma and a warehouse in Fife were vandalized and police believe anarchists could be responsible.
As the college basketball season comes to a close, you only have a few more opportunities to hit the bar with some buds and watch the remaining “tourney” games. 1090 The Fan is making it easy for you this Saturday, April 6 at Tacoma’s Eagles Restaurant and Lounge.
Pierce County prosecutors have charged a 69-year-old man with first-degree murder and attempted first-degree murder following the shootings of his adult children.
The man accused of killing his wife at a Tacoma motel and then asking a Seattle TV station to post his confession on Facebook has been charged with first-degree murder.
The Washington Ecology Department and others are working on plans to retrieve several crushed cars that fell into water 242 feet deep in Tacoma’s Commencement Bay after a barge developed a leak and tipped them over the side.
What are the odds of three brothers playing in the National Football League at the same time? Tacoma’s first football family has already sent Marcus Trufant to the Seattle Seahawks. Brother number two, Isaiah paid his […]
February 12 is Abraham Lincoln’s birthday, and February 22 is George Washington’s. According to History.com, Americans have been recognizing our first president’s birthday since the 1800s, but President’s Day didn’t officially come around until the 1960s and 70s. Here are some fun ways for you and your family to celebrate two of our most admired presidents.
Friday, February 1 is National Go Red for Women Day! It’s a day for you to wear red, raise some money for the American Heart Association, or make personal choices to live a heart-healthier life. Here are some events surrounding the National Go Red for Women Day around the Sound.
Creative clothing, fashion accessories, and unusual jewelry from more than 75 artists of local, regional, and national acclaim will be for sale at the boutique-style show. Plus, a third of each RAGS artist sale benefits the YWCA’s domestic violence prevention and intervention programs.