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New State Booster Seat Law Takes Effect Jan. 1

Starting January 1, some middle school kids could be rolling up in the carpool line and hopping out of their booster seats. That’s after Gov. Jay Inslee signed stricter car seat regulations into law, meaning children shorter than 4 feet 9 inches must sit in a booster seat. Children under 13 years old must sit…

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Leave Christmas Lights At Home, State Patrol Says

It’s Christmas time, which means decorating the tree, your house and maybe slapping some reindeer antlers on Fido. But when it comes to your car, it’s best to leave the festive lights at home. Marcus Bellissimo has more from the Wash. State Patrol.

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Leavenworth Christmas Lighting Bringing Additional Traffic To US 2

What started as a quaint, once-a-season, ceremonial holiday event, has grown into a full-blown, three-weekend event. We’re talking about Leavenworth’s Christmas Lighting Festival. Marcus Bellissimo reports on plans to mitigate the massive crowds arriving in the Upper Wenatchee Valley this month.

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WSP Emphasis Patrols

The Washington State Patrol will be conducting emphasis patrols through the Thanksgiving holiday. KOHO Chris Hansen has the details…

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