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October 30, 2011 at 10:51 AM

The Morning Memo / Sunday: Getting by financially is getting harder; prepare for (you guessed it!) more rain

Weather: It’s another rainy Sunday … and chances are it’ll be that way again on Monday, making for a soggy night of trick-or-treating. November has a fightin’ chance of starting out on a dry note Tuesday, but as the week wears on, expect a return of you-know-what. The details.

Fatal house fire: Two adults were killed in an early morning fire at a house in Tukwila.

Barely hanging on these days? You’ve got a lot of company, especially among single parents. According to a new study by the University of Washington, more and more families are only barely getting by  financially these  days.

Food safety:  it’s  not just about rogue hamburgers anymore.  What you can’t see on your  food can hurt you whether it’s fresh cantaloupe or packaged cookie dough.

Other most read stories on seattletimes.com this morning:

  1. Bill Gates on being the top 1 percent, Fox News and taxes | Brier Dudley’s Blog
  2. Stabbed in the heart Monday, ready to go home Saturday
  3. What you eat can kill you if you don’t watch out
  4. Upset offers media-day lesson for Washington men’s basketball
  5. Eyman or not, state rolls on 520 tolls

 

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