Tacoma apartment evictions spark anger and stress
TACOMA, Wash.-- The clock is ticking in Tacoma for about 100 residents at a low-income apartment complex that are getting evicted. After getting only 27 days notice -- half of them will have to be out by next Tuesday. The other half have until the end of May. "I feel like I have a spear going through my heart," says resident Monica Clavano, "And I don't even have heart problems."