Alcohoot. It’s a cool name, and an even cooler concept. So what is it? Alcohoot is ‘the world’s first enforcement-grade smartphone breathalyzer.” Basically, you take the Alcohoot and plug it right into your smartphone. Not only is it’s design functional, it’s pretty nice-looking too. But the main thing is, it was made to help you […]
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Traffic in Tacoma already causes throbbing headaches to drivers and especially daily commuters. But they’re about to see even worse conditions in the coming months. On Saturday at 12:01 AM, Exit 132 A for South 38th Street will officially be closed. And not just for a day or for the weekend. The ramp will remain […]
Go out to your garage or driveway. Look at the tires on your car. Are they studded? If so, make sure they aren’t by next Monday. If you’re found still driving around with those babies, you could be facing a fine of $124. Studded tires are only legal from November 1st through March 31st. This […]
Some people manage to come up with ridiculous stories when under pressure. One woman, who had clearly crashed her vehicle into a sign, blamed the damage on her estranged husband. Tanya Taylor was texting and driving when she crashed into a yellow highway sign in Bennington, Vermont. When questioned by police, she said that her […]
Joint Base Lewis-McChord, near Tacoma, may have some tough times ahead. With massive federal spending cuts on the horizon, the base is preparing itself for some big changes. Colonel Donald Goode runs the Madigan Army Medical Center’s pharmacy department, which could very well be one of the victims of cuts. Cooke and his employees serve […]
Formaldehyde, benzene, vinyl chloride, arsenic, ammonia, and hydrogen cyanide. Those are just a few of the 250 cancer-causing or toxic chemicals that the Surgeon General reports are in secondhand smoke. It’s no wonder that Oregon lawmakers have voted to make smoking in cars with children illegal in the state. On Wednesday, the Senate voted 19-10 […]
Fifteen teenagers have been killed in car crashes within the past three days. The first happened in Ohio on Sunday, when a five-passenger SUV carrying eight drove into a pond. Also on Sunday, an SUV with five teenagers ran a stop sign and collided with a gas tanker leaving no survivors in the vehicle. Finally, […]
Two gay women in Michigan are making headlines in the state, which avidly bans gay marriage. The two women have raised three children together, ages 4 and 3. The kids consider each other siblings, although both of the women aren’t legally all of the children’s parents. Jayne Rowse adopted two of the children and her […]
A lot of college students experience frustration when it comes to applying for financial aid. The forms are long and tedious and sometimes the payout is less than satisfactory. Especially for those in the middle class, who aren’t quite qualified for big payouts, but whose families take a notable financial blow when sending their kids […]
The federal Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today that Washington State added 24,000 jobs in the month of January alone, and most would say, “Hey, that’s great news!” Instead, economists are saying, “Really?” That number, while very impressive, is also unrealistic. Experts with the state employment Security Department claim that Washington hasn’t seen job growth […]