Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has “historically bad” support among Jewish voters in Florida, with large numbers rejecting his proposed temporary ban on Muslim immigrations and most doubting his professed strong support for Israel, a new poll has found.
Foreign Minister Manuel González says the Cuban Adjustment Act, which lets Cubans reaching the U.S. stay there, is largely responsible for tens of thousands of migrants who have come to Central and South America in hopes of getting to the U.S. The U.S., concerned about the record number of Cubans arriving at its border, has asked regional governments for help slowing the tide by tightening their borders and dismantling smuggling rings. But González said the U.S. must do more and that migrants of other nationalities see the Cuban migration as an example of how they, too, might reach the U.S.
A Pierce County Superior Court judge ruled Friday that city of Tacoma officials must release documents about fire prevention and other safety aspects of Puget Sound Energy’s proposed liquid natural gas plant on the Tideflats. He delayed the disclosure a week to allow the utility to appeal.
The Army general in charge of managing Russia’s incursion into Europe was fired from that job following an investigation confirming that he had carried out an extramarital affair for over 10 years and led a “swinger lifestyle.”
A wildfire at JBLM is sending unhealthy amounts of smoke into Thurston County. The fire has been burning for several days in difficult territory near Muck Creek, said Odelle Hadley, senior air monitoring specialist for the Olympic Region Clean Air Agency.
Beckham Prescott has a rare disorder that affects the central nervous system. For his 4th birthday party, he wanted some football players to attend. Two Duke Blue Devils players went and a special connection was made.
A Kentucky rail-to-truck transfer has emerged as a shipping hub for oil and oil products. But no one on the 12-county hazardous material team that would respond to oil spill or fire at the facility has received training that’s been developed specifically in the past few years to address the risks of increasing volumes or crude oil moving by rail.
Washington State Patrol troopers are concerned about a recent run of joyriding among children younger than 15. A car with five 13-year-olds was stopped in South Hill early Friday after a trooper noticed the vehicle didn’t have its headlights on and was swerving.