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Using saws, small cranes and bare hands, rescuers searched for survivors early today under the crumbled concrete and twisted steel from an overpass that collapsed onto a crowded neighborhood. 22 people have lost their lives so far—67 have been pulled from rubble alive.
The government will announce today how many jobs were added to the workforce in March. The expectation is that the economy added about 200,000 jobs, which would be a healthy gain. That could calm the Federal Reserve that’s weighing in on whether to make further interest rate hikes or not.
Tornadoes swirled through Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama as the severe storms head toward the Carolinas. Bringing down trees and power lines — More than 12,000 power outages but causing no injuries.
Children are 35 times more likely than adults to be victims of identity theft. Now parents have a way to protect their kids. A KING 5 Facebook post prompted new legislation in Washington state designed to protect children from becoming the victims of identity theft by allowing parents to freeze their child’s credit. Under the Washington law, parents can freeze their child’s credit until they turn 16 for a fee of about $10. The fee is waived for minors who have already been the victims of identity theft.