Boy charged with shooting parents wants them to visit him in jail: The 14-year-old Moses Lake kid, who’s charged with attempted murder after his mom and dad were shot in their bed reportedly because they had grounded him, can see his folks as long as no one talks about the case, a judge has ruled. The parents reportedly want to see the boy, too. IFiber One News has the story.
Two homes, two home intrusions: A homeowner in the Enumclaw area shot at two intruders he found rummaging in his house, killing one of them. In Grant County, a rural homeowner near Quincy tackled an intruder who was walking out of the home with the family’s heirloom clock. The homeowner held the guy until police arrived. That intruder is in jail.
On the Boston Marathon and the bombs: Anita Poppe of Bellevue was very close to the first bomb, waiting for her husband, Jeff, to finish the race.
“People were running for their lives,” she said. “We were afraid we were going to be hit. I didn’t look back until the second explosion, and it was again puffs of heavy, thick white smoke.”
Ice on the windshield this morning. What the heck? Some of us had to scrape the car’s windshield this morning, and we were not prepared for that. It’s April, right? We should see some sun later today and tomorrow. And no more ice, we hope. National Weather Service forecast
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