Monday, March 31, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Fewer missing in Wash. mudslide, Mariners (will) win, North v. South Korea

Posted By on Mon, Mar 31, 2014 at 9:36 AM


A police standoff Sunday morning on the South Hill ended with 25-year-old Timothy Jacobs fleeing the scene. He allegedly stabbed and punched his girlfriend and is still on the loose. (KXLY)

After 44 years, a Coeur d’Alene Vietnam veteran finally receives war medals. (CdAP)

The recent Pacific Northwest Qualifier for middle school and high school volleyball teams brought in $4.4 million to Spokane’s economy, according to Visit Spokane. (KHQ)


The heartbreaking Snohomish County mudslide has reached a death toll of 21, with 30 people still missing — down from the previous 90. (ST)

A United Nations climate change panel released a report today that says the worst is yet to come. (NYT)

North Korea fires, South Korea responds. (CNN)


Mariners play tonight at the Los Angeles Angeles home opener. Obviously, the Mariners will win, Felix Hernandez is pitching. (MLB)

Yes, March Madness NCAA basketball tournament is still happening. After a crazy weekend, the Final Four teams are Florida, UConn, Wisconsin and Kentucky. (B/R) Hopefully, for all of the money you most likely bet, your bracket reflects this.

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