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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

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TLT Presents the Sisters Rosenswieg - An Off The Shelf Reading

Tacoma Little Theatre presents Wendy Wasserstein 's, The Sisters Rosensweig, directed by Victoria Webb. This production will take place on Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 7:30pm.

2017 was a complicated year for catastrophes

Tragedy struck in nearly two dozen places, often overlapping with other disasters. They included deadly hurricanes and wildfires, mass shootings in Las Vegas and Texas and a train derailment south of Tacoma.

Spin Control: First week of the session featured tarpees and tourniquets - Sun, 14 Jan 2018 PST

Environmental protesters set up "tarpees" on the lawn between the domed Legislative Building and the Temple of Justice during the first week of the session. The first week of the session opened with ersatz teepees on the lawn between the domed Legislative Building and the Supreme Court building.

Lawsuit filed over alleged norovirus at Tacoma restaurant

TV reported Friday that Erika Cecchi of Tacoma ate at El Toro on Jan. 2 and became ill the following day, according to the lawsuit filed Friday in Pierce County Superior Court. The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department briefly closed the El Toro Restaurants in Tacoma and University Place after people who ate there complained of becoming ill.

Manuel Perez Survives Knockdown, Decisions John Jackson

Manuel Perez overcame a second-round knockdown to defeat John Jackson by unanimous decision in the main event of Battle at the Boat 114 Friday at the Emerald Queen Casino in Tacoma, Wash. Perez appeared as the overwhelming 99-92, 97-92, 96-93 winner on the scorecards in the 10-round welterweight bout to improve his record to 29-12-1 with 7 KOs.

Photo Flash: Tacoma Little Theatre presents Children of a Lesser God

After three years in the Peace Corps, James, a young speech therapist, joins the faculty of a school for the deaf, where he is to teach lip-reading. He meets Sarah, a school dropout, totally deaf from birth, and estranged both from the world of hearing and from those who would compromise to enter that world.

Washington could end net pens for fish by 2024 - Fri, 12 Jan 2018 PST

In this Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017 photo, Riley Starks of Lummi Island Wild shows three of the farm raised Atlantic salmon that were caught alongside four healthy Kings in Point Williams, Wash. A marine net pen holding 305,000 farmed Atlantic salmon collapsed recently, releasing thousands of fish into Puget Sound and renewing concerns that a new proposed salmon farm could harm wild salmon stock and cause other environmental damage.

State Farm leaving Tacoma by year-end

Downtown Tacoma will suffer another blow when State Farm moves out 1,400 jobs by year-end. One of downtown Tacoma's major employers, State Farm, will close its 1,400-person offices and shift about 600 jobs northward to DuPont, where it already has about 1,000 workers.

2 charged in death of Pierce County deputy

Officers and medical staff take part in a procession for officer Daniel McCartney, of Yelm, at St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, Wash., on Monday, Jan. 8, 2018. The department said McCartney was responding to a home invasion in the Frederickson area, late Sunday night when he was shot during a foot chase.

Can that time-turner take us ahead 11 months to the Weekend of Wizardry in Tacoma?

Hogwarts School of Witchcraft & Wizardry will apparate in Tacoma this coming December, when would-be witches and wizards as well as Muggles are invited to attend the Weekend of Wizardry. The Harry Potter fan convention, to be held at the Hotel Murano, aims to create an interactive and immersive experience for fans of J.K. Rowling's books and the Warner Bros.

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Communities across Washington will get a boost to health and economic well-being this month when the new paid sick and safe leave law goes into effect. Employees who previously had to go to work with the flu or when a child is sick will be able to take time off to prioritize health and pay their bills in the new year, without losing pay or risking their jobs.

Lawsuit settled over detention of immigrant by police

The city of Spokane has agreed to change its policies to make clear that police officers will not question or detain people to enforce federal immigration laws. That's part of a final settlement the city reached Tuesday in federal court with the ACLU of Washington and the Northwest Immigrant Rights Project.

Second Tacoma-area restaurant closed for suspected norovirus outbreak

The Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department has closed a second El Toro Mexican Restaurant because of a suspected norovirus outbreak. The University Place restaurant at 3820 Bridgeport Way W. will be closed for at least 24 hours while the health department investigates the illness reports and the restaurant can sanitize.

Ebony Exposure: Al Smith's documentary photography of Black life in Seattle on display at MOHAI

Walking into "Seattle on the Spot: The photographs of Al Smith," one is transported into Smith's world. The sound of Fats Waller singing "The Joint is Jumpin'" fills the space along with hundreds of photographs showcasing the vibrant social scene and everyday life of the Black community in the Central District .

Dexter Gordon To Receive Tacoma 2018 MLK Community Service Award

The City of Tacoma's Events and Recognition Committee has named Dexter Gordon, director of the Race & Pedagogy Institute at University of Puget Sound, as the 2018 recipient of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Service Award. Gordon will receive the award at the City of Tacoma's MLK celebration on Mon., Jan. 15 at the Greater Tacoma Convention Center - 1500 Commerce St. in Tacoma.

Driver Nearly Crushed By Derailed, Falling Amtrak Cars Haunted By Memories

Celilia Goetz snapped a pic of the derailment scene, left, with her cell phone before medics took her away. Her car is at right.

Solemn procession takes fallen deputy's body to funeral home

Whether you're in a car, on a bike or walking in Bellingham, you have to obey the rules of the road There were salutes, solemn faces and flashing lights as the body of Deputy Daniel McCartney was driven to the funeral home Tuesday. There were salutes, solemn faces and flashing lights as the body of Deputy Daniel McCartney was driven to the funeral home Tuesday.

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