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Major password breaches are so common they're becoming like storms and traffic jams: One day you hear about tens of thousands of Twitter users compromised or several million at LinkedIn, the next it might be upwards of 50 million at Evernote or LivingSocial.
WASHINGTON D.C.-- The National Transportation Safety Board is asking states to lower the blood-alcohol level that determines whether someone is driving drunk.
It would be a big change for people across the country and on our local streets, but it's one the NTSB says will save a lot of lives.
NBCRightNow.com - Beginning May 20th, the Washington "Click it or Ticket" campaign will focus on drivers using their cell phones for both calls and text messages as well as unbuckled drivers.
The campaign was introduced in 2002 and mainly focused on seat belt usage after the passing of the primary s
RICHLAND, Wash.- Kids enjoyed the fun activities set up at Kadlec Regional Medical Center Saturday. While they all had fun they learned some very valuable safety tips along the way.
The games they played had different lessons built into them.
WASHINGTON - Washington state ranks third in the nation for having the fewest workers killed on the job in 2011.
According to a new report from the American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, 60 workers died while at work in Washington State in 2011.
Former Eastern Washington University football player Brandon Kaufman has company.
One of the biggest groups of NFL free agent signees in school history – plus one who will receive a tryout this Thursday – are among the five players who will have the opportunity this spring and summer to
RICHLAND, Wash.-- This sunny spring weather often inspires many people to leave their car in the garage and hop on their motorcycle.
But law enforcement says there are added safety risks that motorcycles pose when they hit the roads.
A motorcycle can be fun, but it can also be deadly.
IRRIGON, Ore. - The Oregon Department of Transportation is hoping to improve pedestrian safety near the Columbia River Highway.
Over the next several weeks, ODOT will be working on construction where the highway crosses Irrigon's First Street.