June 30, 2013 at 9:29 AM
Sunday memo: Pride parade . . . Mariner baseball . . . More hot weather
Pride parade: The weekend of events for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender community and their supporters wraps up today with the Pride Parade on Fourth Avenue from Union Street to Denny Way. It starts at 11 a.m. and continues into the afternoon. PrideFest starts at noon and goes until 8 p.m. with entertainers and vendors at the Seattle Center.
Fatal stabbing: A man in his early 20s died after being stabbed late Saturday night in the parking lot of the the Jack in the Box in the 4700 block of University Way NE. Seattle police ask that anyone with information call 911 or the Seattle Police Homicide Tip Line at (206) 233-5000.
In court tomorrow: Erick Walker, the suspect in the fatal drive-by shooting of Molly Conley of Seattle, is to appear in Snohomish County court Monday morning. Walker was arrested Friday afternoon outside his Marysville home. Conley was shot and killed while celebrating her 15th birthday with friends in Lake Stevens on June 1.
Baseball today: The Mariners and the Chicago Cubs go at it again today at Safeco Field starting at 1:10 p.m. Last night the Mariners tied the game in the ninth inning but let the game slip away in the 11th inning. It was the second extra-inning game in a row for the two teams.
Getting warmer: The 83 degrees forecast today is cool compared to much of the rest of the country, but Pacific Northwest natives have been known to get extremely cranky when the thermometer reaches above 70. So you may want to avoid those types on Monday when the temperature is forecast at almost 90.
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- Arrest made in deadly drive-by shooting of teen girl
- Morning attack just latest in string of downtown assaults
- Marysville man identified as suspect in death of Molly Conley
- The Continental, popular U-District spot, says goodbye
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