Wilson's Best Game Ever, Garbage Rules & More News

The top Seattle news stories you should be reading today
| Updated: November 27, 2018
 
 

Happy day before the day before Christmas! Leading off:

In garbage police news: Ready to do some extra sorting of your trash? The new policy requiring no more than 10 percent of compostable food scraps and recyclable materials in your garbage goes into effect January 1. And the City of Seattle is fully prepared to enforce it. Fines, which won't be imposed until July, are $1 for homes and $50 for apartment buildings and businesses.

Was Sunday's Seahawks game against the Arizona Cardinals one of quarterback Russell Wilson's best ever? Coach Pete Carroll thinks so, according to a conversation with 710 ESPN Seattle's Brock and Salk. What say you?

Bertha: With delay after delay after delay, it looks like the Highway 99 tunnel project won't be finished until August 2017. (You may remember the original date was set for November 2016.) The Seattle Times reports that "the state cautioned that any timelines are strictly tentative, until the giant drill is running again."

In addition to free items, it seems that some of Amazon's top reviewers in its Amazon Vine program are receiving death threats for their product reviews. The Internet is such a fun place sometimes! 

 

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