Anthony Curcio earned national notoriety for robbing an armored car of $400,000 and making his getaway on an inner tube down Woods Creek in Monroe. But after five years in prison, he says he's trying to turn his story into something positive, a cautionary tale to help others. He's cowritten a book and speaks with young people about how drugs led him on a downward spiral.
Workers behind the machine have started building the double-decker Highway 99 roadway at the Sodo end.
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