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“The Impact” – November 29th, 2017: Teacher of the Year; Wild Stories from WDFW Police Officer

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This week on “The Impact”:
We sit down for a one on one interview with the 2018 Washington State Teacher of the Year, Mandy Manning.  Hear her take on the secret to success in the classroom and the debate over whether some topics are too sensitive to discuss.

“I don’t think that we should have topics that are off you know that you can’t touch them because that’s just ignoring an issue,” said Mandy Manning, 2018 Washington State Teacher of the Year.

And –

From busting poachers to keeping tainted shellfish off your dinner plate we walk you through a day in the life of a WDFW Police officer. Deputy Chief Mike Cenci shares some of the wildest things he’s run across in the field. That includes a first-hand account of what can happen when a person’s love of bears gets the best of them.

“She brought as many as many as ten bears to a postage stamp sized yard,” said Deputy Chief Mike Cenci, WDFW Police. “I mean that’s, that’s bringing danger to your doorstep right there.”

Plus –

We’ll tell you why the state attorney general is taking legal action against Ube after a data breach.

 “That is thousands of violations and we expect a multi-million dollar penalty,” Bob Ferguson, Washington State Attorney General.

 Click here to watch “The Impact” – November 29th, 2017


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