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World's largest underwater cave found in Mexico after years of searching

January 21, 2018

(MEXICO) -- Persistence pays off. After searching for years, a team of experts from the National Institute of Anthropology and History (INAH) has discovered a crucial link between two systems of ancient flooded caverns in Mexico that together form what is now being called the world’s largest underwater cavern as well as the most important submerged archaeological site on the planet.

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By Dan Rosandich


January 20, 2018

(SKY VALLEY) -- Today's cartoon comes your way via the talents of World Famous cartoon master Dan Rosandich, cartoonist to the stars. Click FULL STORY to bring up today's cartoon.

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Winter storm watch posted for Cascade mountains

January 20, 2018

(STEVENS PASS, WA.) -- The National Weather Service has posted a Winter Storm Watch for heavy snow expected in the Cascade mountains and the upper valleys of Snohomish and King Counties including Stevens and Snoqualmie passes.

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Tens Of Thousands Expected For Seattle Women's March 2.0

January 20, 2018

(SEATTLE, WA.) -- Seems hard to imagine that a full year has past since the first huge Women's March in Seattle last January drew an estimated 175,000 marchers.

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State Health Officials Make Recommendations Due To Severity Of This Year's Flu Season

January 20, 2018

(SEATTLE, WA.) -- All across Washington state the flu is taking a toll on people and medical facilities and as a result state health offcials have just released recommendations for residents on when and where to seek medical care.

"Flu illness is widespread across the state and many health care facilities report full waiting rooms and a high demand for treatment of flu and other currently circulating illnesses," said a statement issued by the Washington State Dept. of Health. "To help ease the crowding at medical facilities, state health officials want the public to know when and where to seek medical care, and to be on the lookout for warning signs of a potentially life-threatening situation.


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