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Primary ballots on the way, but those envelopes never arrived. And then I started reaching out to neighbors, and I found that at least 58 other neighbors in my neighborhood also had not received their primary ballots. I took this issue straight to the U.S. Postal Service here in Washington. Communications specialist Kim from told me in an email, postal managers reviewed the IM barcode and other data within our system, which showed the ballots were correctly delivered. But then I asked, how could they know that without an additional scan right at people's mailboxes? I'm still waiting for an answer to that follow-up question. Is it shocking to you to find out that 58 people in one neighborhood never got their primary ballots? That's very disturbing. Representative Susan del belli and Rick Larson started asking the postmaster general for answers to delivery issues last summer. They sent another letter just three weeks ago, demanding solutions. I just got a response yesterday. Unfortunately, a response that really didn't answer our questions for what the postal service is going to do representative Larson tells me his next step may be to get Lewis DeJoy into a face to face meeting. I wish he didn't have to come to that. The velocity they want is that close of attention paid to them. I have found with federal agencies. And so when we ask them to come into our offices, it tends to put a light of fire, if you will. Denise Whitaker, come on news. Tom Brady announcing he is retiring from football for good. It ends a 23 year NFL career. Brady made the call via Twitter, Brady 45 years old, also announced he was retiring in February of last year, only to change his mind and return this past season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Thank you guys so much to every single one of you for supporting me. My family, my Friends, my teammates, my competitors, I could go on forever. There's too many. The NFL community is reacting in a big way to Tom Brady's announcement that is retiring from the NFL. Brian shook reports. The quarterback spent most of his career with the New England Patriots and the team tweeted he's forever a legend. Fellow recent retiree, JJ watt called Brady the greatest of all time. He added there's no doubting that statement drafting Brady also paid big dividends for those who played fantasy football. ESPN's fantasy sports account tweeted Brady scored almost 6000 fantasy points throughout his career for players who drafted him in their leagues. I'm Brian shook. These are your world headlines from ABC News. Australian authorities saying they finally found that pea sized radioactive capsule that was lost in the vast outback, crews had been searching an 870 mile highway stretch for nearly a week. Officials say the capsule landed on the side of the road after falling from the truck that was transporting it, and that it's unlikely there will be contamination in the area. Poland Latvia Lithuania and Estonia all saying they support sending Ukraine fighter jets, which Ukrainian president zelensky has been asking for. France's defense minister saying there are no taboos on sending warplanes other NATO allies like the U.S. and UK, however, are refusing to move forward. Security services in Ukraine, raiding the home of one of the country's most prominent billionaires in what authorities are calling an anti corruption purge. The U.S., meanwhile, is raiding more than $2 billion worth of military aid for Ukraine that is expected to include longer range rockets for the first time as well as other munitions and weapons. The ABC News foreign desk in Paris. Your stock charts dot com money update on news radio 1000 FM 97 7. Two nondescript 100 year old lab and office buildings in bell town will be raised and turned into a 200 unit apartment complex. The puget sound business journal reports that the buildings on western avenue are now occupied by a BioTech company and the University of Washington's national primate research center. The Dow gained 7 points to close at 34,092 on a day that the fed raised interest rates of quarter of a point in an attempt to stem inflation. NASDAQ rose two 31 and the S&P 500 gained 42. Seattle online residential real estate company Redfin had a particularly good day with its stock up almost 16% to close at 8 67 per share. Redfin has been struggling in the company laid off more than 800 workers last November, but its stock has more than doubled since the start of the year. This is rob Smith with northwest news radio. For one guy in Michigan, ring ring was not the happiest sound of them all. It was nonstop, but it was not coming from the phone. ABC's will Gans explains. It started as a typical Saturday night for the stonehouse family outside of Detroit. It was a little father and sometimes and mom was out at the movies with her girlfriends. Keith and his 6 year old son mason hanging out, eating chicken sandwiches and fries for dinner before calling it a night. He was playing with my phone for 30 minute and I never suspected that he was going to do what he did. What mason did was order food. What's your favorite food in the whole world, mason? Shrimp. A $1000 worth of shrimp and other food from his dad's Grubhub account. By jumbo orders of shrimp and the endless sandwiches and ice cream and chili cheese fries and whites and grape leaves. How hungry would you say you were? Were you this hungry? Were you this hungry? That's pretty hungry, right? You want to $539 worth of pizza, right? Yeah. Dad wrote off the first couple of deliveries because his wife Kristen runs a bakery out of their home. But then. On the doorbell continuously rang over and over again, it was just nonstop. The execution of mason's late night snack attack, flawless. 5 minutes span he had ordered food from every restaurant in town. There was only one refund option. We

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