October 26, 2013 at 10:23 AM
Saturday Memo: Baby found … Huskies play tonight … Zombie walk
Weather: Cloudy, gray, maybe some drizzle. In the 50s.
Baby found: An infant girl who was the subject of an Amber Alert over the last day has been found. She was born at a home in Mill Creek yesterday, and her 20-year-old mother apparently took off with her afterward. Though the mother said she would check the baby — who was reportedly having trouble breathing – into the hospital, it appears she did not.
Are domestic-violence cases getting enough attention? Reporter Steve Miletich has a story today about King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg’s concern that domestic-violence cases are receiving inadequate attention because Seattle police shifted investigation of apparent misdemeanor offenses from detectives to patrol officers. At a City Council briefing, council members received a letter from Satterberg saying the change has hindered misdemeanor investigations and made it harder to determine which ones should rise to felony cases. Read more.
Husky football: UW has a night game against Cal, late at Husky Stadium. Coach Steve Sarkisian said Friday he will stick with senior QB Keith Price as the Huskies (4-3, 1-3 Pac-12) take on underdog Cal (1-6, 0-4). Kickoff at Husky Stadium is set for 8 p.m. for a national broadcast on Fox Sports 1. Coach Don James, who died this week, will be honored.
Plan your weekend: A zombie walk, Halloween trick-or-treat on the waterfront? Lots to choose from this weekend. See if any of these events get you off the couch today or tomorrow.
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