The City of Tacoma is three months into an emergency plan to address homelessness, estimated to cost $3.4 million by the end of the year. On Tuesday, city leaders released some data showing how those efforts are working out. The numbers tell a story of successes and roadblocks.
Along with cooling the air and dimming skies in the region, this week’s solar eclipse caused exceptionally high tides. The resulting currents damaged a net pen and released unknown numbers of farmed Atlantic salmon into open waters south of the San Juan Islands.