Ah, 520. Commuters have such a love-hate relationship with the bridge. On the one hand, it’s a quick (sometimes) and easy (also sometimes) way to get to Bellevue from Seattle, or vice-versa. On the other hand, it has a pricey toll, is closed what seems like every other weekend and is in dire need of […]
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Aggressive is definitely an adjective you could use to describe Senate Bill 289. The bill would call for a “zero tolerance” policy for driving while under the influence of drugs, including, but not limited to marijuana, heroin and painkillers. Of course, lawfully prescribed drugs would not be included under the policy. Senate Bill 289 was […]
Drivers of electric vehicles reap a ton of benefits. They don’t have to pay taxes at the gas pump, they receive a federal tax credit worth thousands of dollars and cars such as the Nissan LEAF get the equivalent of 129 city MPG. Since electric vehicles don’t run on gas, their drivers are not contributing […]
I’m fairly certain that most of us wouldn’t “jump” at the chance to jump out of a moving vehicle, especially if said vehicle is traveling on I-405 during rush hour. But that’s precisely what a 44-year-old woman did this morning. The car she was riding in was driving north on the interstate, near the NE […]
After almost a month, Kia the puppy is free. The ending to her story could have been a very unfortunate one, but instead her tale is one of triumph and perseverance. The terrier/schnauzer mix spent nearly a month inside a car that had been impounded by the city of Kansas City. She had no water, […]
What’s just as dangerous as (but perhaps more surprising than) drinking and driving? Drinking and flying. Paul R. Roessler, of Federal Way, was found drinking and flying after he overflew his destination by about 50 miles. He had been flying a twin-engine plane for Airpac Airlines and was supposed to be heading to Spokane Airport. […]
You would hope that you wouldn’t get Tasered when trying to get into your own car, but that is exactly what happened to Jerry Cox in Santa Barbara, California last month. Cox was standing by his SUV when he was approached by a Santa Barbara police officer. The police officer reportedly thought that Cox was […]
Ryan Mash was just trying to get some McDonald’s. Little did he know when he got in the drive-thru line at the fast food restaurant in Forsyth County, Georgia, that he would be held at gunpoint for no real reason. 18-year-old Mash was sitting in his Ford 150 pickup truck, two passengers in tow, when […]
Come next week we could see what the state’s new transportation budget is all about. Lawmakers have reportedly settled on a deal regarding the $8.8 billion transportation budget. Voting will hopefully take place over the weekend. Projects that will be covered by the budget include $82 million worth of planning money for I-5 over the […]