Crews have started the process of recovering a 167-foot derelict vessel that sank in Tacoma's Hylebos Waterway in January.
Stevens County deputies are searching for a missing Tacoma woman who hasn't returned home after a Thanksgiving holiday weekend stay at a cabin on Loon Lake in northeast Washington.
Police are on the hunt for an armed robber who's held up four local marijuana paraphernalia shops in the past few weeks.
A Tacoma store clerk says this has been the "'best Thanksgiving ever." Her alertness helped police find an elderly couple with dementia that had vanished from a care facility in Normandy Park yesterday.
A convicted sex offender pleaded not guilty to a charge of attempted child molestation. Brian Coleman is accused of rubbing soap on at least one child in a Tacoma YMCA shower following swim lessons last spring.
A man was arrested early Monday after ramming a number of police cars in Puyallup, according to the Tacoma Police Department.
A woman's ex-boyfriend shot her new male friend, then barricaded himself in an apartment before shooting himself early Saturday, police said.
Several cars collided on SR-16 in Tacoma Sunday morning as a freezing fog sat over the South Sound area.
The Tacoma City Council is expected to vote on spending more money to solve flooding problems near a street they just paid millions of dollars to renovate.
Burglars stole a large and essential piece of equipment from a Tacoma family's tree service business during broad daylight. The missing stump grinder and trailer are worth $55,000.
A Tacoma mother admitted she's guilty of manslaughter in the shooting death of her 3-year-old son. However, Jahnisha McIntosh will not be serving any more jail time.
A man who called KOMO News to confess to killing his wife was sentenced Friday to 26 years in prison.
Police have arrested a woman they believe is responsible for the death of a Tacoma man who has been missing for six weeks.
Excessive speed was a factor in a single-vehicle crash that killed the driver of the car Monday evening in Tacoma, the Washington State Patrol reports.
“He doesn’t make any announcement or anything. He just comes out and you see him look. He’ll look at the sky. He’ll take a couple of big breaths, and then he starts to play,” said neighbor Sunny Hansen.