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At least 12 people injured in Oklahoma as storms destroy homes, flood cities tornadoes and flooding swept through the Plains Wednesday night, destroying homes and prompting the state to declare its first-ever flash flood emergency.
Homeowners and businesses around Lake Tapps are bracing for the very real possibility the lake won’t be filled this summer. The lake was emptied for repairs, but the drought has put the summer boating season in jeopardy. ..with little water in it and refilling way too slowly. ‘The problem is we need billions of gallons of water, not just a little bit,’ said Joe Mickelson of Cascade Water Alliance. Could potentially stay dray all summer.
Police prepare Chick-fil-a traffic plan—The opening of a new Chick-fil-a could crowd the commute along 196th Street. . . recently moved into Western Washington with locations in Bellevue and Tacoma. They have had to adjust the traffic patterns, they’ve had to put up signs. . . hire off duty officers.
Giving thanks can help us want to take —
the next breath.