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Tri-Cities Post-Election Vigil Aims to Unite Community
Most Presidential election years are stressful, but I feel comfortable saying that this year has been even more so. The country seemed to be at each others' throats for so long, and now that the election is over, there is still a lot of doubt, unrest , fear, and pain old stress...
Vancover Man Robbed at Gunpoint by Teen Prostitute
A Vancouver man was robbed at gunpoint by a teenage prostitute that he hired for sex. Alvino Soto-Arriaga pleaded guilty to patronizing a prostitute after being robbed of $1,000 in cash and a credit card according to reports. The teen prostitute and the group she was with that robbed him a…
Washington Professor Awarded Nobel Prize in Physics
The Nobel Prize is a big deal, and it was just awarded to a professor at UW for physics. Professor Emeritus David J. Thouless was awarded with two other physicists according to news reports. They explore exotic states of matter or as smart people say "for theoretical discoveries o…
‘Mail the Ticket’ Says Woman to 911, Won’t Pull Over
A woman being chased by police, called 911 and told them to mail her the ticket because she was late to an appointment and did not want to stop. Police tried to stop her for speeding and she refused to stop but did not speed up or try to run from police according to news reports...
Everett Cops Pose as Teenage Girl, Bust 8 in Sex Sting
Eight men, including a teacher and a bus driver have been arrested in an underage sexual predator sting by the Snohomish County Sheriff's Office in partnership with the U.S. Marshals Service. The sting called "Operation Anvil" had officers place ads online and pose as a 1…
Free Fishing Through Aug. 30!
The Washington Dept. of Fish & Wildlife is having a cyber security problem and suspended the sale of all hunting and fishing licenses until it's worked out. Facing outrage, the Department announced today no fishing licenses would be required through Tuesday, Aug. 30 while the problem is…

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