Back in February 2017, Rachel Dolezal was forced to step down from her position as the leader of the Spokane chapter of the NAACP, after it was learned she was actually a white person who 'identified' as black. It created a flurry of national news, and was a very big story in Eastern Washington...
According to Benton County officials, a sort of "sting" or emphasis watch has been placed on nabbing fraudulent welfare recipients, and apparently it's paying off. A Prosser woman is accused of defrauding the state despite owning hundreds of thousands of dollars in assets.
It's drawing a lot of comments, and become a polarizing topic across the country. But apparently a lot of folks in Eastern Washington are in favor of the idea, especially since favorable positive results are being seen in another state that has started such a program.
All you ladies out there now have an excuse for getting out of working night shifts. A new study indicates women who work these hours could be increasing their risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Who knew?