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The Today File

Your guide to the latest news from around the Northwest

April 15, 2013 at 6:59 AM

Monday Memo: Avalanche search … NBA’s big decision … Tax day

The tragic avalanches near Snoqualmie Pass: Searchers are waiting for safer conditions today before resuming the search for 61-year-old Mitch Hungate, a Renton dentist, who was buried by an avalanche when he and two fellow hikers were swept some 1,200 feet down a mountain over the weekend. His companions survived the ordeal. In a separate incident near the pass, a woman snowshoer died after she was caught in an avalanche. Her identity has not yet been released.

Chris Hansen

Chris Hansen

Is the end near? Will it be a win this week for Chris Hansen’s quest to bring the NBA back to the Emerald City? The board of governors of the NBA is expected to decide in the next few days whether Hansen will prevail in his long effort to bring pro basketball to Seattle.

Tax day: You know the drill. You have until midnight to file your 2012 federal taxes or apply for an extension. Yeah, we know, some of you got your refund eons ago. …

Some showers today, but sunny tomorrow and Wednesday with highs near 60. It’s about time! Those are the temperatures we’d expect to see this time of year. The forecast.

Surf fishing proves fatal for Lynnwood man near Ocean Shores: The man apparently was pulled by a riptide into deeper water where he drowned Sunday. The man, who was 83, was reported missing around noon. When he was found, he was taken to the hospital, but he died. KBKW  has the story.

Weekend sports: Mariners win. Yay! Sounders FC, not so much. The soccer boys have yet to win a regular season MLS match. They are 0-3-2.

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:

  1. The man who would bring the NBA back to Seattle
  2. Woman dug from avalanche dies
  3. Financiers worry Seattle’s apartment boom is overdone
  4. Search suspended for Renton dentist missing in avalanche
  5. Steer clear of Facebook’s Home for Android

Memo light: Pearls Before Swine | By Stephan Pastis

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

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