In Case You Missed It: Congressman Jim McDermott talked to Eli Sanders about the Arizona shooting, Tom DeLay was sentenced to three years in prison, and the inquest into the John T. Williams shooting got off to a dramatic start.
Angry at the Creator: Two-thirds of Americans blame God for their troubles.
Beyond the Solar System: NASA discovers small, rocky planet.
Riots in Tunisia: Responsible for the deaths of 19 people.
Homicide in Belltown: 43-year-old woman found slain in apartment at First and Vine.
Trouble at U-Dub: "A well-known University of Washington athlete is under investigation by the Seattle Police Department for allegedly raping a 16-year-old girl after the two met on Facebook," reports KIRO 7 Eyewitness News
Competent to Stand Trial: The accused South Park killer.
Thwack!: "One of Seattle's self-proclaimed superheroes had his nose broken and was threatened at gunpoint Saturday, prompting police to again ask that he and others stop with the costumes and call 911," writes Casey McNerthney at Seattlepi.com.
Giving Treasurers a Bad Name: Former treasurer of a Renton youth football program charged with stealing $70K.
The Terrifying Future: When refrigerators tweet and washing machines text.
This Afternoon: Snow!
Out of Control!: 70 arrested at Bellingham party.
How European: Bill would allow wine and beer tastings at Washington State farmer markets.
Finally, belated congratulations to Amelia Earhart, who on this day in 1935 became the first person to fly solo from Hawaii to California. Please celebrate by listening to Joni Mitchell's amazing "Amelia."