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Tacoma straddles the neighboring Commencement Bay with several smaller cities surrounding it and is known as the "City of Destiny" because the area was chosen to be the western terminus of the Northern Pacific Railroad in the late 1800s. The decision of the railroad was influenced by Tacoma's neighboring Commencement Bay. By connecting the bay with the railroad Tacoma's motto became "When rails meet sails."

Population: 197181
Local Newspapers: The News Tribune
Local Sports Teams: Tacoma Rainiers (Triple A Baseball)
Local Colleges: University of Puget Sound

Zip Codes associated with tacoma, washington: 98402 98403 98404 98405 98406 98407 98408 98409 98422 98424 98433 98443 98445 98446 98465 98466 98467 98498
Towns/Cities near tacoma, washington : Gig Harbor Artondale University Place Fircrest Ruston Fox Island

Tacoma News
DNA in a genealogy database and a used napkin link suspect to Michella Welch murder

On Friday, Pierce County prosecutors charged Gary Charles Hartman, 66, with first-degree murder and first-degree rape in the death of the 12-year-old Tacoma girl. After more than three decades of working the cold case, police in May called on a genetic genealogist to help.

Jogger who accidentally crossed U.S. border from B.C. detained for 2 weeks

Cedella Roman says she was jogging along the beach south of White Rock, B.C., when she crossed the U.S. border without realizing it. That's when her two-week nightmare began.

July 2018

Best Local Beers : Our 2nd Annual Beer Awards highlight the top Washington beers and the best spots to enjoy them. PLUS: The scoop on the newest ice cream shops, what's new in the Tacoma art scene, inside a sublime San Juan Island retreat, how local retail shops are reinventing themselves in the age of Amaon and MUCH MORE! Find the issue on newsstands beginning June 19. Be the first to get very new issue.

Cops plead 'allow ICE employees to go home to their families'...

In Portland, Oregon, the prison used by Immigration and Customs Enforcement is housed in a nondescript building tucked between a highway and the waterfront south of downtown. The tan three-story structure has darkened windows and no identifying marks.

Tattoos Shouldn't Be Cause for Deportation

On May 15, Judge Ricardo Martinez of the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington at Seattle ruled in favor of Daniel Ramirez Medina, a Deferred Action for Child Arrivals recipient who had been detained by Immigrations and Customs Enforcement due to a tattoo that ICE claimed showed Ramirez's gang affiliations. As a DACA recipient, Ramirez was in the country legally.

Troopers find 3 pounds of marijuana, loaded gun in Sandusky Co. traffic stop

Ohio State Highway Patrol Troopers found three pounds of marijuana and a hi-point 9 millimeter loaded gun in a car they pulled over for speeding on June 13. The driver, Darius R. Badley, 21, of Euclid, and passengers, David J. Bynum, 26, of Tacoma, Washington, and Marcus E. White, 29, of Lacey, Washington, were charged with possession and trafficking in marijuana, both third-degree felonies.

Police seize 2,500 marijuana plants from 6 Tacoma homes

Authorities say eight people have been arrested after police searched six Tacoma houses connected to an illegal marijuana growing operation. The News Tribune reports authorities seized at least 2,500 marijuana plants from the properties that police searched Monday morning.

2 who died in Thurston County motorcycle crashes over the weekend have been identified

A man who crashed his motorcycle in Thurston County and a woman who was a passenger on a bike in Olympia, both of whom died, were identified Monday by the Thurston County Coroner. A man who crashed his motorcycle in Thurston County and a woman who was a passenger on a bike in Olympia, both of whom died, were identified Monday by the Thurston County Coroner.

Ex-officer travelling country to bring PTSD awareness

In this Saturday, June 9, 2018 photo, Jeff Shepard, a retired police officer and firefighter, poses in Federal Way, Wash. Shepard developed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder after he was involved in an ambush shooting in 2012.

Convict Facing Deportation To China After Pot Bust Seeks To Withdraw Guilty Plea

A Chinese immigrant arrested during the bust of a sprawling illegal pot growing operation last November wants to withdraw his guilty plea. The man claims he didn't understand his conviction could lead to deportation.

Ahoy, boaters. New parking lot opening near Point Defiance launch

The Department of Health and Human Resources takes an inside look at an undocumented immigrant children's shelter in Texas, the largest licensed child care facility in the nation. Note: video has no audio.

Tour Tacoma waterways in less than 60 seconds

Hanford workers began moving some of the highly radioactive sludge out of the K West Reactor Basin, located just 400 yards from the Columbia River, on June 12, 2018. It will be stored in below-ground cells until it can be prepared for disposal.

Lawmaker resigns chairmanship following investigation

Rep. David Sawyer has resigned as the chairman of the House Commerce and Gaming Committee a day after an outside investigation that he violated the chamber's policies on harassment, decorum and ethics. The investigation found Sawyer, a Democrat from Tacoma, sent a House employee multiple "inappropriate and offensive" text messages over a period of three months.

4 cars hit with bullets near Sea-Tac airport, no injuries

Authorities say four cars were hit by gunfire on a state highway near Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The Washington State Patrol says no one was hurt in the Wednesday afternoon incident on State Route 509 near the south side of the airport.

2018 UNCF Portfolio Project Online Application Is Now Open

The United Negro College Fund in partnership with College Access Now in Seattle, YMCA Minority Achievers Program in Marysville, YMCA Multi-Cultural Achievers Program in Tacoma, and Leisure Hour Jr. Golf Program in Portland will host its 13th annual UNCF Portfolio Project. The Portfolio Project, developed in 2006 to assist 11th and 12th grade students through the college and scholarship application process, is designed to increase the number of minority and low-income college and scholarship applicants from the states of Oregon and Washington.

Tacoma donut shop hit by burglars

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Joe Walsh's second annual VetsAid charity concert to be held this November in Tacoma, WA

Joe Walsh recently announced plans for the second annual concert to benefit VetsAid , a charity he launched that supports various organizations that help veterans and their families. This year's VetsAid concert will be held on Sunday, November 11, at the Tacoma Dome in Tacoma, Washington.

Bob Seger & The Silver Bullet Band reschedule four more of the concerts they postponed last year

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Report: House lawmaker sent inappropriate text messages

An outside investigation has found that Rep. David Sawyer sent a House employee multiple "inappropriate and offensive" text messages over a period of three months, according to the executive summary of a report released Monday. The summary, written by Elizabeth Van Moppes of Beresford Booth law firm, also says that he made comments and jokes about another House employee's sexual orientation, and used employees' time to discuss a newspaper's investigation into sexual harassment allegations against him.

Judge orders Washington prison to provide Ramadan meals

A federal judge has ordered the Washington Department of Corrections to provide nighttime meals to Muslim inmates who have been fasting during the month of Ramadan, after several said prison officials refused to do so. The Council on American-Islamic Relations sued the department Sunday on behalf of four prisoners at the Washington State Reformatory in Monroe, including one who said he's lost 15 pounds since Ramadan began in mid-May. U.S. District Judge Ronald Leighton in Tacoma issued his order just hours later.

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