Seth and Kat’s 4 Things You Need To Know-February 16th


A landslide blocked westbound lanes of I-90 through Issaquah this morning. The Washington State Patrol said at least 14 vehicles were disabled in the slide near Issaquah’s Front Street that closed all lanes. There were no reports of injuries, but it did cause major disruption with morning traffic. (Read more from Q13)


Love Actually fans have long pined for a sequel to find out how the film’s dizzyingly large cast of characters turned out. Now they’ll get their wish–sort of. The 2003 film’s creator, Richard Curtis, announced a 10-minute “sequel” that will air on NBC on May 25, which is Red Nose Day in the U.S. The short film will reunite most of the original cast, including Hugh Grant, Keira Knightley, Colin Firth, Liam Neeson, Andrew Lincoln, and Bill Nighy. (Emma Thompson is not expected to participate.) (Read more from The Guardian)


A woman accidentally donated her  hubby’s $8K vacation stash to Goodwill. Linda Hoffman’s dream vacation is to go to Italy. Unbeknownst to her, her husband Bob had saved up $8,000 to surprise her with her dream Eurotrip. But recently, when some relatives fell on hard times, Bob decided to give his cash stash to them instead, and placed the money in the pocket of one of his shirts. Shortly thereafter, Linda donated that shirt to a California Goodwill without noticing there was cash inside. When the Hoffmans realized what had transpired, they alerted Goodwill, which eventually located the inadvertently donated cash. And there’s a happy ending: The Hoffmans’ relatives no longer need the money, so they’ll get to go to Italy after all. (Read more from UPI)


Meet Midge, the first Chihuahua to ever become a police dog. The pint-sized pooch has become a viral sensation after being featured on a recent episode of ITV’s The Secret Life of Dogs for spending the past 10 years working with the Ohio County Sheriff’s Office. “It’s not the most macho thing to be a police officer with a dog that might look like she might belong to Paris Hilton, but you don’t have to be the biggest kid on the block to do good things,” Ohio County Sherriff Dan McClelland explains. “She’s gotten numerous arrests… she can do in minutes what it might take us hours or days to do.” In fact, Midge’s nose is sensitive enough to detect 10 different types of narcotics and her small size allows her to reach spaces that traditional police dogs, like the German Shepherd, can’t reach. (Read more from Daily Mail)

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