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March 20, 2012 at 6:35 AM

Morning Memo/Tuesday: Kid brings gun to school in Renton…

Weather: The wind was sure blowing this morning and the temps were in the 30s. Nice welcome to spring, eh? Showers likely today and it’s going to stay breezy. There’s a 40 percent chance of rain tomorrow. It’s expected to warm up later in the week with temps in the low 50s. And it might be partly sunny Saturday. Yes. The National Weather Service forecast.

Traffic: The map and cams.

Another kid brings a gun to school. A 14-year-old kid in Renton has been busted for bringing a gun to school. It wasn’t loaded and the kid had no ammo, but still, a kid brought a gun to school. Where did he get it? Who owns the gun?

And over in Selah in Yakima County, a 33-year-old woman is dead after the pistol her 17-year-old son got as a gift fired accidentally, went through a wall and struck her.

Down in TukwilaDistrict workers have accused the superintendent of racial discrimination  All the workers and the superintendent are black. KING5 has the story.

Boeing employee injured. We’re working to get more on the worker who was injured yesterday at the  Boeing plant in Everett. KIRO TV reports that the worker was working on a 747 when he was hurt.

The gunman in the fatal shooting of one man and the wounding of two others in Lacey yesterday is still on the loose.

Most-read stories this morning on seattletimes.com:

  1. Matt Flynn ready for QB competition with Jackson
  2. Boeing, Airbus watchers fear production rates too high
  3. Mariners’ Chone Figgins is back — in spirit, at least | Jerry Brewer
  4. Accused soldier hazy about night of slayings, lawyer says
  5. Inslee leaving behind U.S. House but not pension

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