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CREDIT CARD COMPANIES NOW WHEELING & DEALING
Recession Brings Need For Cash Now


June 16, 2009

(NATIONAL) -- Who would have ever thought? A few seconds on the phone with your credit card company and what you owe is slashed by 50%.

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A “SUPER VOLCANO”
UNDERNEATH MOUNT ST. HELENS?


June 15, 2009

(NATIONAL) -- A new report says a team of scientists have found evidence that a “super volcano” may be lurking underneath Mount St. Helens; one far more potentially dangerous for Washington state residents than the current above ground volcano.

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TEEN HIT BY 30,000 MPH
METEORITE AND LIVES


June 13, 2009

(ESSEN, GERMAN) -- A German teenager on his way to school has become the second known person in recorded modern history to survive a direct strike by a meteorite, scientists say.

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SUMMER BRINGS SALMON FISHING ON COAST, CRAB IN SOUND

June 12, 2009

(OLYMPIA, WA) -- With summer upon us millions of Washingtonians are looking forward to another season of fun in the sun and on the water. For those who like to fish, that means angling for salmon off the coast, crabbing in Puget Sound and a variety of other new fishing opportunities around the state.

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SCHWARZENEGGER:
I'LL “SHUT DOWN” WORLD’S
EIGHTH LARGEST ECONOMY


June 11, 2009

(SACRAMENTO, CA) -- The Terminator may finally have met his match in California’s seemingly perpetual dysfunctional state government. California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Wednesday he would let the world’s eighth largest economy come to a "grinding halt" rather than agree to a high-interest loan to keep the state afloat.

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