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Travelers on international flights to the United States may face longer check-in today as new security requirements take effect. Some airlines have already started doing new “security interviews” as part of an effort by the Department of Homeland Security to scrutinize electronics brought onboard commercial airlines. The new security apply to most airlines flying to the USA.
This week, Honolulu will start ticketing people who use their cell phone while crossing the street. It is a $15 fine for a first offense. If you are wondering if it will become a law here, the Seattle Department of Transportation says there are no plans to do that.
Two men were shot in University District overnight—In their early 20’s the men were shot in a popular part of the University District overnight at about 1 a.m. this morning, Seattle police and the Seattle Fire Department were called to NE 42nd St. and University Way NE. Both victims were taken to Harborview Medical Center in critical condition. KOMO
A rise in thefts at West Seattle shopping center, at Westwood Village, leads to more patrols In addition to shoplifting, police say they’ve noticed an increase in some of the thefts escalating into robberies.