Monday, December 20, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Clawhammer edition

Posted on Mon, Dec 20, 2010 at 9:39 AM

Four bludgeoned in hammer attack — A 31-year-old man is in custody after allegedly attacking four people in their home in Bayview. (CdA Press)

Washington leads the nation... ...in construction job losses. The state lost 4,200 jobs in October and November. (KXLY)

Move it on over — Fines for drivers who don't yield the road to emergency vehicles will double to $248 on Jan. 1. (KREM) 

Total lunar eclipse tonight — North America, Greenland and Iceland will get to see a lunar eclipse tonight, beginning around 10:30 (Pacific Standard Time), going totally black around 11:40 and clearing up by 2 am. (KHQ)

So gang rape is allowed? — King County says that the official-looking "Gang Rape is Strictly Prohibited" signs that have been popping up around local bus stations are the work of a prankster, not the county. (KXLY)

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