Wednesday, May 13, 2015

MB: Trains derail, teachers may strike, one step closer to Jurassic Park

Posted By on Wed, May 13, 2015 at 9:38 AM


A freight train derailed just south of Wenatchee this morning. No one was hurt, but the track — which is used by about 20 trains each day— will be closed until engineers figure out what happened. (KHQ)

In the next week, Spokane public school employees will vote to decide if they will stage a one day strike between now and the end of the school year. (Spokesman)

Spokane County marijuana retailers sold $3.2 million worth of product in April, reaching an all time high. Sales have been climbing every month since the beginning of the year. (KREM)


An Amtrak train on its way to New York derailed in Philadelphia yesterday evening, killing at least six people and injuring many more. (New York Times)

Researchers manipulated chicken embryos, resulting in chicks with dinosaur snouts. (National Geographic)

One of the Islamic State’s top leaders was killed during an airstrike on a mosque in Iraq. (VICE)
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