Thursday, September 8, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Harpham confesses, Trader Joe's prepares

Posted on Thu, Sep 8, 2011 at 7:31 AM

MLK bomber admits guilt in bomb case — As part of a plea deal that could put him in prison for 30 years, Kevin Harpham confessed to planting the bomb on the MLK Day Parade route in January. (SR)

Trader Joe's South Hill location opening Oct. 28 — The wait for fancy snack foods is almost over. (SR)

Artfest moving to Riverfront Park? — The annual Browne's Addition super-weekend is in jeopardy as the MAC considers moving the art festival component downtown. (KXLY)

Palouse farmer to be inducted into WSU Hall of Fame at halftime (Seattle Times)

Obama appealing to ... NASCAR? (ABC)

Perry, Romney battle in Republican debate — The two governors hogged the spotlight — and most of the zingers — in the debate at the Reagan Library last night. (NYT)

Amanda Knox wins small battle — An Italian appeals court rejected a request for more DNA testing in the case of Knox, a former University of Washington student who was convicted of murder. The case is beginning to turn in Knox's direction. (Seattle Times)

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