Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina Win Republican Primaries in California: Whitman will run against Jerry Brown for governor of the Golden State. Fiorina will run against Barbara Boxer for U.S. Senate.

Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas Wins Primary, Too: Here's how she eked it out.

$50,000: Someone offers cash prize for Colton Harris-Moore, the "barefoot bandit" from Camano Island, to come forward. His response? "Hahahaha," pretty much.

Quiet Down There, Judge: "A King County judge has been accused of violating the state's Code of Judicial Conduct for speaking out and writing on behalf of Amanda Knox during her murder trial in Italy... Knox, a former University of Washington student, was a friend and schoolmate of Heavey's daughter ..."

Rick Is Our Guy: Seattle Police Unions back Braziel for Seattle's next police chief.

Revising the Strategy for Afghanistan: "The prospect of a robust military push in Kandahar Province, which had been widely expected to begin this month, has evolved into a strategy that puts civilian reconstruction efforts first and relegates military action to a supportive role."

Bernake Describes the Federal Debt: "Unsustainable."

Going Down: BP's stock price tumbles.

Arrested at Sea-Tac: "A lawyer running for Clallam County prosecutor has been arrested for investigation of DUI and drug charges after he allegedly brandished a knife at a ticket agent at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport."

Girl Pleads Guilty: "A 15-year-old girl accused in an assault caught on video in the downtown Seattle bus tunnel pleaded guilty Tuesday to felony charges."

Facebook Picks Offices for Downtown Seattle: At First and Stewart, right near Le Pichet—good move!