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The Today File

Your guide to the latest news from around the Northwest

December 17, 2012 at 7:12 AM

Monday Memo: Big blow maybe snow … Big Seahawks score … Take our poll on guns

National Weather Service / Forecast

Are you ready for the wind today? One of the stronger windstorms of the season is blowing out there this morning, and it’s causing power outages in a number of places. The wind isn’t expected to ease until late this afternoon. The good news for skiers and the bad news for drivers is that snow is falling by the feet in the passes. Drive carefully.

Lake Forest Park teen killed in car crash: Eighteen-year-old Austin Scott was in a car going too fast for the icy conditions yesterday on I-90 east of Ellensburg. Four other young people were injured. So young.

Those Seahawk scores: More than 100 points in two games. Whoa! And that Russell Wilson is a keeper, yeah? Marshawn Lynch with 113 yards rushing, too.

Whee! Well, Wii, actually. And it’s no laughing matter that someone drove off with more than 7,000 Wii game consoles from a distribution facility in SeaTac over the weekend and the King County Sheriff’ Office detectives are asking you for help finding  the trailers they were in. The thieves used forklifts at the site to load up  the trailers and drive off with the game consoles. The trailers are 53 feet long, white and have the name “McKinney” on the side.

People come out of the woodwork when we write about guns. Times columnist Danny Westneat enters the fray in his Sunday column. There are so many things one could ask about gun control, so we’re going to query you on a narrow one. Vote in the poll.

Stories trending this morning on seattletimes.com:

  1. High winds, power outages, mountain snow hit the area
  2. Suddenly, Seahawks playing like they have no limits
  3. Living in a simulated world: UW scientists explore the theory
  4. In second straight rout, Seahawks rocket past Bills 50-17
  5. Washington college instructors are ‘flipping’ the way they teach

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


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