High and dry: Monday was the 25th straight day without measurable precipitation at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and there’s no rain in the forecast. The SeaTac record is 51 rainless days, and we nearly hit that last summer, getting to 48. Read more from the National Weather Service forecast.
Paid our dues: As a contributor to the $3.3 million raised by school-zone cameras, we’re glad to see the Seattle City Council’s unanimous vote that the money will go toward school-related safety, not just into the general revenue stream.
Opposing pâté practices: If you see sign-carrying protestors outside Amazon.com offices on Terry Avenue North at midday, it’s likely this: Demonstrators are hoping to persuade the online retail giant to stop assisting sales of duck liver foie gras, which they say is made under cruel conditions.
A season revived: Who owns the longest current winning streak (seven games) in Major League Baseball? Yep, your Seattle Mariners.
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