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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
Popular stories | Cuddle crime, Star-no-bucks, and Herd helpers

A Lakewood woman is accused of attacking her boyfriend after he refused to cuddle, The Tacoma News-Tribune reported . The couple moved in together after knowing each other a couple of weeks.

Kirby&Carlson Jan.17--8am hour

This car owner's car tabs bill for $160 to Sound Transit is at the heart of another legislative push by Senate Republicans in Olympia Legislature to provide taxation on a market value of the vehicle rather than basing the taxation off the MSRP price.

Pace Of Seismic Retrofits Picks Up To Help Drivers Get Around After 'The Big One'

Many roads, including bridges and elevated highways were damaged by the 1994 Northridge Earthquake. Oregon and Washington are currently focused on making seismic improvements to highways and bridges to establish ''seismic lifelines.'

Man shot dead after hooded assailants burst into Tacoma home. Suspects are at large

Tacoma police said the incident started about 2:30 a.m. when two men kicked in the door of a four-plex in the 600 block of South Steele Street. A 23-year-old woman later called 911 to report her boyfriend had been shot.

Procession, memorial held to honor slain deputy

Crowds lined streets and filled an auditorium to honor a Washington state sheriff's deputy who was slain during a home invasion. The Pierce County Sheriff's Department says about 1,500 law enforcement personnel and 650 patrol vehicles participated in a procession to the Wednesday memorial for Deputy Daniel McCartney at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma.

Artist Zhi Lin depicts the plight of Chinese migrants who worked on the railroad in Tacoma

"Zhi LIN: In Search of the Lost History of Chinese Migrants and the Transcontinental Railroads" will be on display at Tacoma Art Museum until Feb. 18. His show at Prographica/KDR in Seattle runs until January 27. "Fireman's Park," 2017, Chinese ink on paper by Zhi Lin "Alpha Opera House," 2017, Chinese ink on paper by Zhi Lin "St.

Camden: First week of session featured tarpees and tourniquets

The first week of the session opened with ersatz teepees on the lawn between the domed Legislative Building and the Supreme Court building. It ended with about 100 people trying to protect their right to bear arms on the same steps that had been occupied a few days earlier by a couple of hundred people trying to protect their right to breathe clean air and drink clean water.

IV bag shortage from Hurricane Maria sends hospitals looking for solutions

Just as Washington faces a potentially severe flu season, health-care providers in the state are being affected by a shortage of fluid bags used to administer hydration and drugs. After Hurricane Maria ravaged Puerto Rico in September, knocking out several drug and medical-supply plants, health authorities knew there'd be a shortage of medical products.

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.

Tacoma Little Theatre Announces Auditions For the Pillowman

Auditions will be held Sunday, February 11th and Monday, February 12th at Tacoma Little Theatre. Audition appointments will be set between the times of 6:00pm-9:00pm on Sunday and 7:00pm-10:00pm on Monday.

"I Am Not Going to Stop," Pledges Local Immigration Activist Targeted by ICE

Maru Mora, a local immigration activist who faces deportation, spoke in front of ICE's Seattle office today alongside her daughter and supporters. When the letter arrived at Maru Mora's home in December, she recognized the logo for Immigration and Customs Enforcement immediately.

Head-on crash injures Olympia man Saturday night

A 28-year-old Olympia man and Washington State Patrol trooper was hospitalized Saturday night after his vehicle was struck head-on in Pierce County, according to the Washington State Patrol. The man was taken to St. Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, while the other driver, a 56-year-old Tacoma man, was not injured.

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.

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