NORTHWEST NOW 2014

Kilmer and Reichert - Dec. 20

Discussing the upcoming session in Congress.

The Anarchists of Home - Dec. 12

A small town unlike any other in Western Washington.

Standing down - Dec. 5

Veterans work to make a successful return to private industry.

American Graduate - Nov. 28

KBTC convenes local organizations and educators on American Graduate Day.

Traffic Emergency - Nov. 21

Puget Sound traffic is a mess.

Tacoma Art Museum - Nov. 14

The new "Go West" exhibit at the Haub Family Gallery.

Coal Trains - Nov. 7

As coal demand increases in Asia, so do the shipments.

Concussion - Oct. 31

The threat of concussion and TBI.

New TSO Conductor - Oct. 24

Meet Sara Ioannides.

Gun Initiatives - Oct. 17

Voters decide on gun control measures I-594 and I-1591.

Measles - Oct. 3

The outbreak and the risks of opting-out of vaccinations.

Class Sizes - Sept. 26

Voters consider Initiative 1351.

Race and Pedagogy - Sept. 19

The Race and Pedagogy comes to Tacoma.

Discussing Ferguson - Sept. 12

The issues surrounding the troubles in Ferguson, Missouri.

NW Furniture Bank - May 9

An innovative solution for those without furniture.

Civic Summit - May 2

Local leaders work to address educational issues.

Natural Disasters - April 25

Living in Western Washington is no picnic.

Workforce - April 18

Attacking the 'skills gap' through the SkillsUSA event.

Bob Ferguson - April 11

Washington's Attorney General.

Real Estate 2014 - April 4

The Puget Sound region continues to heat up.

Super Ships - March 28

Coming to a port near you.

Your Public Records - March 21

Is the legislature working to ensure your right to know?

The Maker Economy - Feb. 28

The next generation of Innovators.

Heroin Resurgence - Feb. 21

A well known killer harms thousands.

Women's Heart Health - Feb 7

Celebrate national Wear Red Day.

Jon Kitna - Jan. 31

The former Seahawks Quarterback talks Superbowl and coaching.

Remembering MLK - Jan. 24

Where do we go from here?

Kreidler & Dorn - Jan. 17

Insurance Commissioner Mike Kreidler & state schools Superintendent Randy Dorn.

Common Core - Jan. 10

One of the most controversial and misunderstood educational initiatives ever.