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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Under a proposed new management plan, Florida wildlife officials are not recommending the state hold another bear hunt. Techniques to manage Florida’s black bear population over the next decade are outlined in the draft of an updated 10-year plan released Tuesday. The 209-page draft from the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission […]

SOCIAL HOUSE® Vodka welcomes a new CFO as the spirits brand continues momentum RALEIGH, N.C. (PRWEB) October 11, 2019 SOCIAL HOUSE® Vodka, the handcrafted and gluten-free vodka brand from North Carolina, today announced Jeff Eakes as its chief financial officer. Eakes brings nearly 35 years of corporate finance experience at SAS Institute Inc. to oversee […]

Updated 5:03 am PDT, Friday, October 4, 2019 SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — As the city of Spokane scrambles to open a new shelter and temporary warming center before winter, the man in charge of its efforts has resigned. The Spokesman-Review reports director of the city’s Community Housing, Health and Human Services Kelly Keenan submitted his resignation […]

One of the year’s big openings, Carrello restaurant debuted on Thursday in the former Poppy space on Capitol Hill. It may be hard to score a table since Carrello comes from the same couple, Rebecca and Nathan Lockwood, behind the acclaimed high-end Italian restaurant Altura across the street. (Check out our story on how  the […]

Yes, here are more recent Seattle restaurant closures, and local food fans will also want the details on the departure of longtime favorite Sitka & Spruce, coming at the end of this year. But note that Seattle’s restaurant boom continues on, at least for now — with this latest list of five Seattle-area restaurant closures […]

Ready or not, October is here and that means fall-themed events are in full swing. From pumpkin patches to spooky improv shows, there’s plenty of fall fun to go around for everyone. If you’d rather stay inside to avoid the cold weather and the pumpkin spice everything, there’s still plenty for you, too. Remember, many […]

An 80-year-old gunman opened fire at a senior citizens’ home in Washington State on Thursday afternoon, killing one person and injuring two others, a report said. The suspect, identified by a local NBC affiliate as Robert E. Breck, allegedly killed a man and wounded two women in the shooting at the old folks home in […]

No. 2 pencils and pink erasers. Graphic novels, brain puzzles and three yoga balls. New school supplies started pouring in after a trending hashtag in July shed light on how much out-of-pocket money K-12 teachers usually spend on sprucing up their classrooms. The campaign, dubbed #ClearTheLists, urged the public to gift educators with items from their Amazon wish […]

Updated 7:52 am PDT, Friday, October 4, 2019 FREDERICKSON, Wash. (AP) — Police say a Washington state deputy has wounded a woman after she opened fire during a police pursuit. KOMO-TV reports that the Pierce County deputy is on paid administrative leave as standard policy in officer-involved shootings. Authorities say a Washington State Patrol trooper attempted […]

Patrick Gray/Kabik Photo Group The Steve Miller Band is coming back for more at Encore Theater this weekend. By Brock Radke (contact) Friday, Oct. 4, 2019 | 2 a.m. There’s classic rock and superlative comedy on the slate for this weekend on and off the Strip. Dig into these entertainment offerings and enjoy the festive fall […]