What were they thinking? The State Patrol is looking for who’s responsible for throwing rocks at vehicles on I-90 near Ellensburg late Saturday or early Sunday. One rock went through a windshield and injured a person inside. The State Patrol says two other cars were also damaged by rocks.
The Affordable Care Act has certainly had its bumps and bruises, but this is pathetic: Not one enrollee: Oregon health website having biggest problem
Get wet yesterday? Still misty rain this morning and there’s still a 50 percent chance of showers later today. But ah, tomorrow and Thursday the forecast calls for mostly sunny skies. Yeah, we’ll believe it when we see it! National Weather Service forecast
Intruder shot and killed in Buckley. The guy drove through a driveway gate about 11 p.m. yesterday, hit a parked car and broke through home’s door. The man inside fought with the intruder, and that’s when the intruder was shot. He apparently wasn’t known by the man and woman living in the home. KIRO-TV has the story.
Once in a while, the little guy wins: A small New Hampshire coffee producer has won in a trademark case brought by Starbucks. The big guy, Starbucks, didn’t like the small guy, Black Bear Micro Roastery, using the name “Charbucks” for its darkest coffee roast. Starbucks had appealed to the 2nd U.S. Court Circuit Court of Appeals after a district court ruled in favor of Black Bear, which operates out of a barn. The appeals court agreed with the lower court’s decision late last week. Starbuck says it never was after any money, it just wanted Black Bear to stop using the name Charbucks.
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