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Back-to-Back I-405 Weekend Closures to Bring Bumper to Bumper Traffic

Prep for extra travel time this weekend with the closure of I-405 through downtown Bellevue.  The closure is due to the construction of the Sound Transit East Link Light Rail.  405 southbound will be closed, as will several ramps and interchanges, which also means delays on I-90, SR520 and surrounding streets. The closures will begin tonight (Friday) at 10 p.m. …

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Fitz in the Morning Episode #80 Friday 08/09/2019

Oh, Friday, how we love you!! Please let us offer you this amazing Bull-Yah! What Are You Kidding Me?!: a drunk-driving woman makes a roadside potty stop and falls into a creek; a man is making a ton of money writing messages on potatoes; an amazing WalMart story involving underwear and meth; a man arrested…

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Paul Fawett of the US Air Force

We salute the troops on this show because we respect the courage and sacrifice it takes to keep this nation safe. We know that military service is rarely easy. Service comes with risks and it comes with rewards. It would probably be easier for most who serve to take a job in the private sector,…

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FILM REVIEW – “The Art of Racing in the Rain”: Predictable Spirit Runs High and Fast in Run-of-the-Puppy-Mill Literary Adaptation

Films involving our closest four-legged furry friends, ones we bear the greatest affinity to, they’re obviously nothing new. Dog films to be based on a novel, we’ve already had a pair in 2019 that have managed to go well overshadowed against much bigger box office draws. There’s a third now joining those ranks, and it may be welcome company after …

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Those OP Shorts Do Not Spark Joy

Ryan from Auburn has written into Fitz about his girlfriend Dana. Things were great until she moved into his place and started throwing out his stuff. At first, it seemed she just wanted to have her things there and make it homier, which he was cool with. But then she started taking down his favorite…

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Latest Coronavirus News

David Harbour says ‘Stranger Things’ Season 4 will “probably” be delayed over COVID-19

Netflix(LOS ANGELES) — Real-life strange days may lead to Stranger Things being delayed.  Season four of the hit show may take a little longer than expected to hit Netflix, according to series star David Harbour. He broke the news during an Instagram Live, warning that while he didn’t “have authority on this,” that the show’s fourth season premiere, slated for 2021, will “probably be …

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Kathy Griffin hospitalized in COVID-19 isolation ward

Kathy Griffin on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!”; ABC/Randy Holmes(LOS ANGELES) — Kathy Griffin claims she’s been hospitalized in a COVID-19 isolation ward, but has been unable to get tested. The controversial comedian took to Instagram on Wednesday to share a photo of the isolation room, along with a selfie of her in a hospital bed, wearing a mask. Below that is a …

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Kansas City Facebook group confronts COVID-19 with beer

HRAUN/iStock(KANSAS CITY) — Efforts to contain the COVID-19 pandemic have left people all across the U.S. to come up with ways of coping with temporarily unemployed, and in Kansas City, that means drinking plenty of beer, according to The Pitch. A Facebook group called Quarantined Beer Chugs, launched by Liberty resident Andrew Beile, posts videos of themselves — you guessed it — …

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COVID-19-related unemployment claims are overwhelming state labor departments

iStock/Gwengoat(NEW YORK) — As businesses deemed “non-essential” close to comply with state orders to prevent the further spread of COVID-19, unemployment claims are quickly overwhelming state labor departments. In New York alone, claims have spiked by 1,000 percent in some areas — with residents reporting that increased traffic is causing the website where one files for unemployment to crash.  The …

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