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The Today File

Your guide to the latest news from around the Northwest

November 23, 2012 at 6:54 AM

Friday Memo: Man punches, kills dog … Apple Cup … Tunnel money

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Jail time for killing a dog: What causes someone to hit an aging dog, and so hard it has to be put down? Daniel Joseph Heidt, 25,  pleaded guilty to first-degree animal cruelty earlier this week for punching the dog he was watching for someone else. The Kitsap Sun reports.

It’s still November. Which means it’s raining.

Apple Cup today in Pullman. The Prediction:  Huskies 31, Cougs 17.

Black Friday. Do you really need that 500 inch big screen TV?

On the darker side of Black Friday, a couple headed for a sale at a Walmart in Covington last night was hit by a suspected drunk driver. The woman is in serious condition. The man suffered a head injury, but is in good condition.

Gimme more money, please. It seems inevitable that a public project won’t have the money it needs to support it. In the story about the special drill built to dig the tunnel to replace the viaduct, Seattle Time staff reporter Mike Lindblom notes: Some fiscal problems remain unsolved, notably the state’s realization that tolls cannot fund as much of the project as once predicted. Oops.

Stories trending this morning on seattletimes.com:

  1. Huskies’ improved defense is proof of their progress
  2. Seahawks taking page from college playbook for their offense
  3. Huskies, Cougars on opposite paths to Pullman
  4. Couple struck by SUV in Covington Walmart parking lot
  5. Work nearly complete on assembling Highway 99 tunnel drill

 
Nick Provenza: 206-464-2142 or nprovenza@seattletimes.com. On Twitter @NickProvenza1


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