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Northwest Winter Weather
Means Power Outages
When the next storm hits don't make this mistake or your house may burn down


November 14, 2017

By Rex D. Cain

(REGIONAL) -- The thing about weather here in the northwest is that you can always count on three things during the winter: rain - god awful amounts of rain, enough to depress Tony Robbins on his best day - along with wind and power outages.


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Tax Cuts for the Rich Are Threatening America’s Sacred Places

November 13, 2017

By Bernadette Demientieff

(WASHINGTON, D.C.) -- Right now in Washington, D.C., Congress is making decisions that will affect my future and that of my people — the Gwich’in Nation of Alaska and Canada.


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Donald Trump Nears The One Year
Mark Of Tenure
Or what a year without a President looks like


November 12, 2017

Opinion by Robert Reich

(BERKELEY, CA.) -- It seems like forever, but it was just one year ago that Donald Trump was elected president. So what have we learned about the presidency and who is running the country?


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Everett Based Bank Not Sure How Customer Debit Cards Were Compromised

November 11, 2017

(EVERETT, WA.) -- An official with Everett based Coastal Community Bank, which has 14 branches throughout the Puget Sound area, has confirmed that an undetermined number of debit cards belonging to the bank's customers were "compromised" over the past several days.

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Monroe, Sultan, Gold Bar Area residents fall victim to credit/debit card thieves

November 10, 2017

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(MONROE, WA.) -- It appears an unknown number of Sky Valley residents living in the general Monroe, Sultan and Gold Bar areas - and possibly residents of other areas including out-of-staters - have fallen victim to the now ubiquitous credit card "skimmer" scam.


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