The first story says it all. Let’s remember the ones who gave their lives so we could be free.
This weekend we are honoring those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Thousands of army soldiers placed American flags on more than 23,000 graves at Arlington National Cemetery this morning. More than 1 million Americans havedied fighting for our country, with the mass majority coming from the Civil War. Full story
It’s a no-go for President Trump and Kim Jung Un. The President has called off the meeting between North Korea and the United States. In a letter he said he was “very much looking forward to being there with you. Sadly, based on the tremendous anger and open hostility displayed in your most recent statement, I feel it is inappropriate, at this time, to have this long-planned meeting.” Full story
It’ll be a busy holiday weekend. The Washington Department of Transportation is reminding travelers there will be long delays. The good news…most major construction projects like Revive I-5 will be on hold. Full story
The Santa Fe High School Choir performed before Game Five of the NBA playoffs last night. They sang the national anthem in honor of the ten souls who lost their life in last week’s tragedy. Full story
And the Mariners are back home this weekend. They start a three-game series with Minnesota tonight and on Monday begin a three-game series with the Texas Rangers. Full story
Thanks to our news sponsor GET, who reminds us that life is full of firsts…make your first step towards saving for college with GET. Guaranteed college savings you can use anywhere in the country. Enroll at GET.WA.GOV