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The New England Patriots came back from 25 points down to beat the Atlanta Falcons in overtime 34-28 and win the Super Bowl. It was the first time any team has come back from that many points down to win a Super Bowl, the first overtime in a Super Bowl and Tom Brady became the first quarterback to win 5 Super Bowls.
The immigration legal battle continues–The Trump administration prepares to press a federal appeals court today to have its controversial immigration order reinstated. The latest legal battle started last week, when a federal judge in Seattle issued a nationwide restraining order temporarily blocking the immigration order. The restraining order sent refugees and some foreigners racing to enter the United States.
The Senate is expected to vote Monday on whether to confirm Betsy DeVos, President Trump’s pick for Education secretary. The vote is projected to be split 50-50 because of two Republican defections, requiring a tiebreaker from Vice President Pence to confirm
Car passengers would have to carry ID under new bill in Arizona You could go to jail for four months if you get caught without an ID as a passenger in a car if a new law proposal passes. An officer is only allowed to request an ID if there is reasonable suspicion of a crime.
Several schools will be closed or delayed today due to severe weather. You can see a full list of closings on Spirit1053.com KOMO
A King County Sherriff’s Deputy was dragged 20 feet by a car whose driver was trying to escape. Fortunately, he only suffered minor injuries. He called for backup and the woman was arrested.