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An unrelenting winter storm that roared across the northern U.S. is forecast to hit Upstate New York and parts of New England today. Detroit could get up to 10 inches of snow by the time the day is over today. And it’s far from over: temperatures are expected to drive frost as far south as Atlanta by week’s end.
Do you rinse your contacts with tap water? …maybe not a good idea. Andrew Carthew, a 59-year-old paramedic, woke up one day with a ‘weepy eye”. Weeks later, he lost sight in the eye; less than a year after that, he lost the eye completely. Now he’s warning others about a little-known yet very serious danger of contact lenses. He got an infection caused by an ameba . . . that sometimes can be found in tap water.
There are reports that Rick Perry may be President-elect Trump’s leading candidate to be Secretary of Energy. There are apparently three other candidates. If Trump picks any of the four, he will break with tradition by not choosing a scientist.
Thousands hit Downtown Seattle for the Jingle Bell Run--The Jingle Bell Run is a fun and festive holiday 5K run and walk to benefit the Arthritis Foundation. Participants dressed in ugly sweaters and festive costumes.
There will be a parade and rally to celebrate the Sounders MLS Championship tomorrow downtown. Seattle beat Toronto in a shootout to win the MLS title.