3 cases of Omicron found in Washington state

The Department of Health has confirmed there are three cases of Omicron in Washington state. Where you can get vaccinated The cases include two men and one women, ages range from 29-39. The patients are: –a man in his late thirties from Thurston County,–a man in his late twenties from Pierce County, and–a woman in … Read more

Mild Sunday, cooler with snow possibilities this week

DENVER (KDVR) — Extra clouds from Saturday will linger overnight, keeping our lows mild in the upper 30s and lower 40s. Sunshine is back to round out the weekend with highs in the upper 50s. Expect some breezy winds during the afternoon with gusts upwards of 25+ mph. around the Denver metro area. A high … Read more

CNN fires Chris Cuomo for helping brother deal with scandal

NEW YORK — CNN fired anchor Chris Cuomo on Saturday after details emerged about how he assisted his brother, former New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, as the politician faced sexual harassment allegations earlier this year. The network suspended Chris Cuomo earlier in the week to investigate his conduct, after New York’s attorney general released details … Read more

Police activity blocks I-5 in Marysville

Traffic is backed up for miles on northbound I-5 through Marysville for police activity involving a firearm. All lanes were blocked for a short time, but state troopers say just the right lane is blocked and on-ramp from 88th. Police say to avoid the area while officers are attempting to secure the scene near milepost … Read more

Elections office fielding complaints from both sides over Sawant recall ballot

Voters in District 3 decide one of the biggest political decisions Seattle has faced in recent history when they choose whether to recall City Councilmember Kshama Sawant on Tuesday. There is plenty of politicking going on with both sides, whether directly involving the campaigns or not. Each side has brought in roughly one million dollars … Read more

‘Chaotic, disorganized’ redistricting process faces criticism in wake of state court ruling

The Washington Supreme Court opted to allow late-arriving redistricting maps to move forward on Friday, effectively concluding a process that’s been mired in controversy, and that still faces criticism in the wake of the high court’s decision. State Supreme Court allows late-arriving redistricting maps to move forward Initially, the Washington State Redistricting Commission (WSRC) had … Read more

Quebec COVID-19 cases spike again with 1,512 new infections

MONTREAL — Quebec reported 1,512 new coronavirus cases on Saturday, the largest single-day increase since April.  The last time the province reported cases that high was April 15 (1,684), at the peak of Quebec’s springtime coronavirus wave. Public health is monitoring 806 active cases within the province.  One more person has been reported dead due … Read more

Be prepared for severe winter weather in N.C.

RALEIGH, N.C. — Although North Carolina has enjoyed mild temperatures the past couple of days, this is the time to prepare for severe winter weather, Gov. Roy Cooper is reminding state residents. Winter Weather Preparedness Week begins Sunday and runs through Dec. 11. Residents should have a family emergency plan and an updated emergency supply … Read more