News you missed while you were sleeping
Yet another round of snow fell overnight but it wasn’t nearly as heavy as the night before. We’re still getting reports of school closures and delays, though. Check the latest list here.
In other news you may have missed:
When Snoqualmie Pass closed Monday night, hundreds of cars and trucks were left stranded. While feet of snow fell, drivers were left with no where to go. Some found shelter at a hotel on the summit but others were forced to sleep in their cars. Find out how they were finally brought to safety after 24 hours stranded on Snoqualmie.
Yesterday was Special Election Day for voters in several local districts. Find out the results of those propositions, including ones that fund police and fire programs in Spokane and a firefighting budget in Spokane Valley, here.
Republican leaders are urging the President to sign a deal reached by party leaders to avert a second government shutdown. Yesterday, President Trump said he’s “not happy” about the plan, yet it’s still unclear if he intends to sign it. The funding plan still needs to be formally voted on by Congress, before it heads to his desk. Read more here.
Get your weather forecast from people that actually live in your community. We update with short, easy-to-use video forecasts you can watch on your phone every day. Download the iOS or Android app here.
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