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August 15, 2013 at 6:48 AM

Thursday Memo: Boeing plane project … Fatal car crash … Weather changing

National Weather Service forecast

National Weather Service forecast

Boeing’s hush-hush jet plane making project: The company isn’t talking about it, but building the fuselage for the 777X jet could include a good deal of automation. The company also is weighing where to build the yet to be launched plane, including Everett, other Boeing sites or at non-Boeing locations.

World Series: How cool is it that the 14 ballplayers of Sammamish’s Eastlake Little League team are in South Williamsport, Pa., to play in the Little League World Series?

Change in weather: Uh, Weather Service says rain tonight and tomorrow and UW Atmospheric Sciences Professor Cliff Mass says on his blog it’s the first sign of a seasonal shift to autumn weather. But we ‘re going to see warm weather next week, so let’s enjoy it. National Weather Service forecast

Crash leaves one teen dead and two injured in Graham:  The teen who died was 18 and two 17-year-olds were injured in the overnight accident Speed was likely a factor.

Pup back home: Remember we told you about the puppy rescued from the middle of intersection in Spokane Valley yesterday. Well, it’s been reunited with its mother and is back in the home where it was supposed to be.

Most-read stories on seattletimes.com:

  1. Family files $45M claim against Seattle in fatal Wedgwood crash
  2. Papers: Man called teen 13 times before abduction
  3. At troubled 23rd and Union, a business owner takes a stand | Danny Westneat
  4. FBI: Serial killer unlikely to have shot Seattle hikers
  5. Clothesline crusaders call laundry flap overblown

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


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