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40: Brothers, sisters & lawyers

Service to others is at the core of Leslie Shahan's life and key to her selection as a "40 Under Forty" honoree. For Eric Gilman, passion for the law is central to his career and life, bringing "a thrill" in practice.

July 2016

40: Education & Community are guideposts

Two young leaders passionate about education equal opportunity and community progress are profiled in this look at "40 Under Forty" honorees.

July 2016

Advocate-mom & fast-growing entrepreneur

Today's featured "40 Under Forty" honorees are the Pop Up Coffee creator of Tacoma and an attorney dedicated to supporting employees who've been wronged on the job.

July 2016
40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

40 Under Forty for 2016 announced

For the 14th year, 40 remarkable young achievers are be recognized by Business Examiner Media. Here are the members of Class of 2016 revealed for the first time.

July 2016

Insurance fraud charges on Tacoma man

Insurance fraud is estimated at $40 billion per year in the U.S. and the state is alleging that a Tacoma man is but one example of the problem.

July 2016

State VW owners to share $26 million

Owners of more than 22,000 Volkswagen cars sold in the state will be in line for cash and buy-backs under a settlement announced today.

June 2016

Storman’s Pharmacy case declined by SCOTUS

Justices at the U.S. Supreme Court decided not to consider the case of pharmacists at Ralph's Thriftway in Olympia, who object to dispensing abortion drugs on religious grounds.

June 2016

Chamber, EDB, Tacoma port go to court

Local economic boosters in Tacoma are challenging in court two proposed ballot measures that seek to require a public vote before major new users of public water supplies can be hooked up. The ideas are unconstitutional, the challengers argue.

June 2016

Back to court for State Auditor

A new trial awaits State Auditor Troy Kelley, who escaped a six-week trial last month with a hung jury.

May 2016

State Auditor survives court gauntlet with no charges

Following a laboriously detailed six-week trial, jurors have acquitted State Auditor and Tacoma resident Troy Kelley of one charge and couldn’t agree on 14 others, according to the Seattle Times.

April 2016
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