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Finally, after 108 years, the miracle everyone has been awaiting actually happened last night. The Chicago Cubs, after one of the most dramatic World Series games played, are your 2016 World Series champions.
If you own a VW Diesel —A federal judge is going to be issuing updates on a settlement concerning the vehicles engines. This is actually separate from the multi-billion settlement regarding the automakers admission that it rigged 11 million vehicles to dodge emissions standards. The new settlement is expected to receive a similar deal for owners—including buy backs or a free fix and compensation.
If you or someone you know gets laid off, typically the first step is applying for unemployment benefits. It’s a step thousands of Washingtonians take every year. . .Years late and millions over budget, state computer system called a ‘failure’—The agency’s new computer accounting system, Next Generation Tax System (NGTS) has been systematically spitting out incorrect tax rates, inaccurate tax bills and bogus late charges. Phone lines exploded with confused business owners greeted with long wait times, dropped calls, conflicting information, and few answers about what is really going on. They are working on trying to make improvements.
A 7-year-old boy is still in critical condition after being hit by a car while trick or treating. Some people are saying that the stretch of I Street in North Tacoma where it happened is not very safe for pedestrians.