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Hong Kong pro-democracy protests, which have been polite and peaceful, may escalate into direct confrontation today. Student activists say they will occupy government offices if their leader does not resign by this evening. Hong Kong police warned of serious consequences if protesters charge government buildings.
Putting Ebola’s risks into perspective–The diagnosis of the first Ebola patient on U.S. soil this week may have put people in a panic, fearing the exotic virus more than mundane germs — such as influenza — that pose a far greater threat to the average American.
Don’t go Google Jimmy Kimmel. Computer security company McAfee says the talk show host is the most dangerous celebrity to search for online. The company says that a search for Kimmel carries a 19 percent chance of landing on a website loaded with spyware, viruses or malware. -Positive Prep
Have you seen a maroon Tahoe around town––a car like that is what hit a 7-year-old girl and drove off. It may be stolen. The girl is improving at Harborview.
After more than 50 years, the family that owns Pacific Raceways in Kent is putting it up for sale.
It’s hard to imagine a surgery more daunting than removing a brain tumor. But in what could be a revolutionary procedure, Seattle doctors just performed brain surgery with sound instead of knives or radiation. The patient was wide awake the entire time and is recovering now.