Friday, April 17, 2015

MB: Bees on the loose, teen E-cig use on the rise and millennials saving millions

Posted By on Fri, Apr 17, 2015 at 10:15 AM


Teens' use of electronic cigarettes tripled between 2013-14, and a recent survey of Spokane County high school seniors shows that 30 percent of them smoked an E-cig in the past month. (LA Times via S-R).

Read details of the 41-page, 10-count federal indictment of Washington state Auditor Troy X. Kelley. (Inlander)

It's going to be super nice out today and through this weekend, but don't think local waters are ready for swimming just yet. (S-R)

The former director of the Morning Star Boys Ranch has been reinstated as a Catholic priest after accusations of sexual abuse were denied. (S-R) 


The family of Martin Richard, the youngest victim of the Boston Marathon bombings, are urging that convicted bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev not be sentenced to the death penalty. (CNN)

A photo of a good samaritan saving a Lewiston man when he saw the driver's car dangling over the edge of a cliff has gone viral. (KXLY)

An new app called Acorns is helping millennials save millions. (CNN Money)


Millions of bees were unintentionally released early this morning near Lynnwood, Wash., when a semi-truck on I-5 carrying hives overturned. (KREM)
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