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The Amtrak train that derailed in Philadelphia was going 106 mph and was only able to slow down to about 102 before heading into a curve that had a speed limit of 50 mph.
Tom Brady faces deadline for #DeglateGate suspension appeal–New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has until 5 p.m. Today to file an appeal after he was suspended by the NFL for the first four games of the 2015 season for his role in deflating footballs.
H&M looks to hire thousands in U.S.–Sweedish retailer, H&M, looking to hire thousands of employees in the U.S. to support rapid expansion here. The company announced a national recruiting campaign today boasting the opportunity for long-term careers, not just temporary hourly-wage jobs. H&M ads on billboards and in malls will feature statements such as ‘Five weeks vacation is possible’. Competition for retail workers has pushed companies to create more attractive workplace environments.
Local wrestling coach being honored after 56 years at Bishop Blanchett High School— Coach Herber started Bishop Blanchet’s wrestling program in 1959. He coached for 50 years and retired in 2010, but continues to assist the program to this day. Bill was inducted into the Washington State Wrestling Hall of Fame in 1986, and now he will be recognized by the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.