(NATIONAL) – Some Republicans, perhaps many thought they’d ride a wave of gratitude from voters going into the mid term elections for creating a tax plan that gave large, permanent tax breaks to the already wealthy and to big corporations while handing out much smaller and only temporary breaks to regular working class Americans.
(OLYMPIA, WA.) – You might have noticed in the past day or so a number of newspapers in the region running a nice, feel-good story that some or all of them appear to have picked up and ran with off the website for the Wash. State Dept. of Fish & Wildlife.
The agency titled it, “Owners of wildlife rescue center release deer with WDFW's support.” It was and is a nice, feel-good story.
(EVERETT, WA.) – If your child, a teenager had been kicked to death in a fight by an opponent, another teen who could have walked away at any time, then what value do you suppose the state of Washington would place on your son's life?
(EAST BREMERTON, WA.) – Forty years ago next week the Kitsap County Sheriff’s Office and the greater community sustained a significant blow with the loss of Deputy Sheriff Dennis Ray Allred, badge #35 at the age of thirty.
(REGIONAL) – Jill Tietjen starts with the names. Some are very familiar: Amelia Earhart, Oprah Winfrey and Helen Keller.
Others, less so. There’s Lane Bryant, a company that would’ve been called Lena Bryant after the founder’s name except for a clerical error. Her company produced the first commercially available maternity garment in 1904 and continues today