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The White House says that President Trump paid $38 million in taxes on $153 million in income in 2005 after a journalist obtained what they said were the first two pages of the return and made them public.
After wreaking havoc through the Northeast that caused massive headaches for travelers and residents, Winter Storm Stella is expected wind down with weather warnings likely dropped by today. The storm brought less snow than feared to major metro areas, but did drop heavy snow from the mountains of Pennsylvania to central New England — its biggest totals were 30 inches in Damascus, Pa.
Who is that? The next time, Facezm them, and you can find that person in a matter of seconds. That’s according to a new app, Facezam, which claims its facial recognition technology will let you identify random strangers and track them down on Facebook. The app, whose name is a mix of Facebook and song-recognition service Shazam, claims the technology works 70% percent of the time, and that it can identify faces in under 10 seconds.
Two correctional deputies and a sergeant at the Snohomish County Jail have been assaulted by an inmate. Officers have been transported to a hospital. Inmate was originally booked March 5 for resisting arrest, possession of drug paraphernalia, 3rd degree assault on a police officer, and burglary charges.
After 12 years, owner puts Café Racer up for sale–Café Racer, an iconic Seattle business. The owner says, “I love this amazing and iconic place and want to see it keep living and thriving but I can no longer devote the time and attention the café requires.” KING5
The King County Sherriff’s Department is investigating a daycare center in Shoreline for a charge of an assault against a child (or harming a child in ways we won’t get specific about). Westminster Daycare has been closed during the investigation. So far no arrests have been made. State records show that all of the daycare’s employees have passed background checks.