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Articles from the November 15, 2012 edition

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 By Staff    News    November 15, 2012

Attorney General’s Office zaps video game website

SEATTLE — An agreement negotiated by the Washington State Attorney General’s Office means “game over” for a video game company’s practice of signing up customers under false pretenses for hard-to-cancel recurring...

 By Stafff    Entertainment    November 15, 2012

The 5th’s Adventure Musical Theater Honors 50th Anniversary of Seattle’s Century 21 Exposition with It Happened at the World’s Fair! Book Now!

(Monday, November 5, 2012 – SEATTLE, WA) In the spring of 2013, The 5th’s educational touring company, Adventure Musical Theater, will take the stage at schools across Washington State, presenting the original musical, It Happened at the...

 By Nw Insurance Council    News    November 15, 2012

Winterize your home or business now to prepare for Old Man Winter’s arrival

SEATTLE – Freezing temperatures, ice, snow and wind can devastate homes and businesses if they are not properly winterized. Winter storms are the third-largest cause of property loss in America, resulting in about $1.3 billion in insured losses...

 By Staff    News    November 15, 2012

Washington state to receive $2.2 million in diabetes drug settlement

Federal government, 38 states accuse GlaxoSmithKline of illegally marketing Avandia SEATTLE – Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna today announced that he and 37 other Attorneys General reached a $90 million settlement with...

 By United Way Of Snohomish County    News    November 15, 2012

United Way Announces Three-Year Grant Opportunity

(Everett, Wash.) -- United Way plans to invest in programs that support the optimal development of children and youth, improve access to basic needs and ensure that residents in Snohomish County are connected and engaged with their community....

 By Staff    News    November 15, 2012

Unemployment and job numbers improve again in October

OLYMPIA – Washington’s employment picture improved again in October, with the private sector adding an estimated 9,600 jobs, seasonally adjusted. When combined with an estimated loss of 2,900 government jobs, the state netted an...

 By Staff    News    November 15, 2012

Endowment created at Washington State University to honor Sam Reed’s public service

PULLMAN, Wash. — Washington State University’s College of Arts and Sciences will establish an endowment to fund The Sam Reed Distinguished Professorship in Civic Education and Public Civility in honor of Reed’s distinguished record...

 By Staff    News    November 15, 2012

County’s Energy Assistance Program fully funded

The Snohomish County Energy Assistance Program has received full funding for the 2013 heating season and will re-open at 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 19. This program provides assistance with heating bills for income-eligible households that qualify....