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Former President Jimmy Carter has cancer. They haven’t said where it started but have said that it has spread to different parts of his body. He is 90 years old.
Two massive explosions at a warehouse in China have cost at least 44 lives, 12 of them were firefighters. Over 500 were injured, over 60 in critical condition.
New Verizon customers can expect to pay the full price for a smartphone when the carrier terminates its discount and two-year contract plan Thursday. This move continues a trend that began in 2013 when T-Mobile killed similar contracts. AT&T, T-Mobile, Sprint and Verizon are pushing consumers toward installment billing options that have you buying or leasing phones outright.
Police have a woman in custody after a lengthy standoff at a Fife motel. The woman claimed she’d shoot officers and a man who was in the room with her, if they entered. Police say once the SWAT team arrested the woman, they did not find any weapon. Everyone in the 20 rooms evacuated has been let back into the motel and no one was hurt.
Seattle plans to crack down on one of the problems clogging city streets. It’s called ‘blocking the box.’ Some of the worst offenders can be found along Mercer Street with more than 240 cars blocking intersections each day. Do you think issuing $136 tickets will make a difference? KOMO