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April 18, 2012 at 7:06 AM
Weather: Can’t seem to get a break from this gray, rainy weather. The chance of precip is 40, 50 and 70 percent today, tomorrow and Friday with temps in the mid to upper 50s, again. Weekend looks about the same, although TV says Sunday could be nice. Not by our chart, though. The National Weather Service forecast.
Traffic: The map and cams.
KING5 is reporting fire gutted a home on Queen Anne this morning. Details to come.
A Snohomish County judge has ruled that a woman accused of starving and beating her boyfriend’s younger sister is fit for trial, after state doctors determined Mary Mazalic can assist with her own defense. (AP)
Dog cruelty case: A Ferndale man could be charged with 100 counts of various animal cruelty and related crimes after more than 50 dogs were found living in squalid and inhumane conditions in a locked barn on his property. Authorities were notified by neighbors who complained about noise coming from Kenneth Cassells’ property.
Sexting in Castle Rock: A middle-school girl in Castle Rock reportedly sent inappropriate photos of herself to a boy from her cellphone, says The Daily News in Longview. The boy says he didn’t send them to anyone else. What we don’t get is that the exchanges were in the kids’ homes. Should the schools be involved? District says the incident will be treated as an “educational matter,” not a criminal one.
He likes their cars: We still like the story of the homeless man who spent the night in a new Toyota at a Burien dealership and got busted.
Most-read stories this morning on seattletimes.com:
- Secret Service prostitution scandal roils DC
- Baseball Prospectus story says Mariners “perfectly positioned” to be sold | Mariners Blog
- Early returns on Chone Figgins leading off may be deceiving
- Sleepy Air Canada pilot plunged jet into dive, injuring 16
- Seattle Times methadone investigation wins Pulitzer Prize
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