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The man accused of a shooting spree that took the lives of five people and wounded six at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport faces a court appearance today, while investigators try to understand his motive.
Time for the College Football Playoff National Championship–The top-ranked Alabama will face Clemson tonight in the College Football Playoff National Championship. A victory would give Alabama five national championships in eight seasons, a feat never completed at the highest level of the sport during the poll era. The Tigers have not won a national title since 1981.
A 55-year-old man was struck by lightning while fishing in Florida. Emergency crews responded to the jetty during the lightning storm and were able to rescue the man. The victim told investigators that as he was casting his rod, a bolt of lightning struck the pole. The fisherman was wearing neoprene waders, which investigators said might have saved his life.
Waste overflows into Lake Washington during power outage–King County is warning people to avoid contact with Lake Washington for the next several days. KOMO
The Seahawks fly off to Atlanta for a battle against the Falcons this Saturday
Patients were evacuated from Multi Care Good Samaritan hospital in Puyallup because of a bomb scare yesterday morning. Two men drove up in a truck that authorities believe may have had an explosive device in it. They were able to get everybody back into the hospital without anyone being hurt.