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It’s a regular Wednesday on the trail now that Super Tuesday is out of the way, with front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton racking up seven wins apiece as of early Wednesday. Ted Cruz won Texas, Oklahoma, and Alaska, Marco Rubio won Minnesota. Bernie Sanders won Vermont. Marco Rubio and John Kasich will host campaign events Wednesday in Michigan. Clinton will make a ‘homecoming’ appearance in New York City while Democratic rival Bernie Sanders heads to a campaign event in Portland, Maine. All candidates will be in Michigan later this week as both parties have debates — Republicans tomorrow and the Democrats on Sunday.
Whole Foods recalling cheese over listeria concerns The producer of the cheese, Maytag Dairy Farms, has voluntarily suspended production and distribution while it collaborates with the FDA and State of Iowa to find the cause of the illness.
If you’re looking to score a great deal in March, here are some of the best buys this month: Travel -. Many airlines and hotels offer special packages and deals to entice you to get out of town. Luggage– Many brands need to get rid of old inventory to make room for newer styles that are often released in May. Electronics – Cameras and small personal electronics tend to go on sale in March. Jewelry – Retailers offer discounts on jewelry around Valentine’s Day, March is the right time of year to take advantage of any overstock.
Scott Kelly’s pioneering year of living at the International Space Station is coming to an end today when this American astronaut gets inside a Russian spacecraft and heads back to Earth. This is Kelly’s fourth mission, bringing his lifetime total to 520 days in space. The year-long mission is designed to measure the impact of space travel on Kelly’s body. NASA will then compare those results to his identical twin brother, retired astronaut Mark Kelly. It’s expected the ‘Twin Study’ will yield new insights that can help inform a future mission into deep space.
Yesterday’s windstorm caused a tree come crashing down on a Poulsbo family’s home, injuring a woman inside. She’s going to be okay.
Around 75,000 people are without power in Western Washington after the storms that went through yesterday
A traveling Holocaust exhibit which explores the life and death of Anne Frank and challenges visitors to examine their own views of others is making a stop in Seattle.The Holocaust Center for Humanity is hosting Anne Frank: A History for Today through May 18.The exhibit, created by The Anne Frank Center USA, delves into scenes of the Holocaust through Frank’s observations which she recorded as a teenager while she was in hiding in Amsterdam in the early 1940s.