May 13, 2013 at 7:10 AM
Monday Memo: Home intruder stabbed to death … Big week for Kings bid
Intruder stabbed to death at North Bend home: A man broke into a home in North Bend early this morning and was stabbed to death by one of the residents, according to the King County Sheriff’s Office. There was a struggle between the homeowner and the intruder, and the homeowner’s wife got involved, too. Along with the homeowner and his wife, a baby and mother-in-law were inside the home at the time of the break-in.
The story that will live on forever: That being the fight over ownership of the Sacramento Kings. Sports reporter Bob Condotta says what happens today and tomorrow could be critical to what the NBA’s Board of Governors does Wednesday when it meets to finally settle (we hope) the battle between Seattle and Sacramento for the team. The league’s finance and relocation committee is scheduled to hold a conference call today to begin hashing out the latest developments in the saga, including Chris Hansen’s boost of the team’s value to $625 million.
UW president’s salary not bad: University of Washington President Michael K. Young isn’t the highest paid public-university president in the country, but he did come in at number 12, according to a national survey. His base pay: $550,000. If you add that to the money he will earn in deferred compensation if he’s still president for a five full years,his total compensation package would be $768,500. Highest paid in the country: Graham B. Spanier at Penn State with a total compensation package of, get ready — $2.9 million.
It’s nice to have some good news once in a while: Roosevelt High takes 3rd in national jazz-band contest
Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:
- Maloof family cuts new Kings deal with Chris Hansen-led group
- Luke Willson standing out at Seahawks rookie minicamp
- Police vow to solve shootings of 19 in New Orleans
- Mariners near second place with 6-1 win over A’s
- NBA’s finance and relocation committee will meet Monday ahead of key vote
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