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NBC News anchor Brian Williams is taking a break. He is under an internal investigation for embellishing stories about his time reporting in Iraq and they don’t want him to be a distraction from their newscasts.
Parts of New England, already reeling from record-breaking snow in the past two weeks, were expecting up to 2 feet of snow by the time a new storm leaves the area today.
Trying to tackle the state’s Good To Go billing problems. Drivers vented their frustrations on a WSDOT blog, complaining about huge mounting penalties and bills that never arrive. Some folks learn they owe thousands of dollars, but don’t find out until it’s too late. Sen. Andy Hill of Redmond is proposing a bill that would require WSDOT to contact drivers by email and phone before assessing a penalty for an unpaid toll.
A third mudslide on the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railroad tracks south of Everett. The new slide came down Saturday evening. Two separate slides had covered the tracks on Friday and earlier Saturday. Amtrak officials say the tracks are used by Amtrak Cascades and Empire Builder trains. Another landslide also affected Amtrak service between Kelso, Washington and Portland, Ore. Amtrak says they are providing alternate transportation with chartered buses. There will be an evaluation on today to determine if service will resume tomorrow.