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November 7, 2011 at 7:05 AM

The Morning Memo / Monday: Weekend snow? missing 2-year-old, wealth gap widening

Weather:  A little sun, but a lot of rain showers throughout the week. It’s November, so cold and chilly is the norm. But coming this weekend, it looks like there also may be a chance of snow. Of course, that’s a few days out, so we’ll see.     More weather info.

Traffic:  The map and cams.

The FBI is now involved in the search for the missing 2-year-old in Bellevue, King-TV reports. Bellevue police officers and King County Search & Rescue crews had searched for the boy until 6 p.m. Sunday but a police department spokeswoman said the searchers were “confident” he wasn’t in the area where he was last seen, in the 2400 block of 112th Ave N.E. The boy went missing after his mother ran out of gas and left him in her car while she took her 4-year-old and went for help. Latest coverage today: Search for missing 2-year-old shifts to Redmond

The last game in the existing Husky Stadium was Saturday. Today, officials will break ground for a new, renovated stadium. Read more about the renovation: Husky Stadium makeover: What $250 million will buy, or about the stadium’s storied past: A Final Bow: 91 years of history

Stories you might want to read before you walk out the door:

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com this morning.

  1. Oregon crashes the party at Husky Stadium
  2. Husky Stadium makeover: What $250 million will buy
  3. Iconic Husky Stadium bows out
  4. Quick-hitting Oregon offense too much for Washington: Steve Kelley
  5. Some make ‘statement’ by joining credit union

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