Young adults eligible for health insurance coverage!

The Affordable Care Act has made some dramatic changes to health care insurance coverage. Under this law, young adults can remain on their parents’ policy until they turn 26, regardless of whether or not they […]

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If you see a drunk driver

MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving) has some advice for you: First, stay as far away from the other vehicle as possible.  Second, do not try to pass the vehicle or signal the driver to pull […]

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Did you forget your money somewhere?

The State of Washington is keeping it safe for current and former Washington residents. By visiting the Unclaimed Property” page for the Department of Revenue at ucp.dor.wa.gov, you can search the records to see if […]

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Autism Awareness month!

Early diagnosis of autism is crucial to help children with autism reach their full potential. A diagnosis of autism in a young child is not usually considered reliable unless the child is two years old. […]

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CDC warns of Salmonella outbreak

The CDC reported last week that 12 Americans, including 4 Washingtonians, were reported to have been infected with Salmonella Panama.  Investigation has revealed cantaloupes as the likely source.  These cantaloupes were sold at a national warehouse […]

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Road projects – even in February!

Despite the challenge of winter weather, the hard work of maintaining our roads and transit systems must go on. To review the more than 150 current projects being directed by the Washington State Department of […]

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Limits on Washington’s teen drivers

Distracted driving is becoming more common – and it’s even more dangerous when coupled with inexperience. In an effort to keep Washington’s roads safer, the Legislature passed SSB 6345 in 2010. This new law, which […]

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