Toddler Appears to Be Cured of HIV: The baby in Mississippi contracted HIV at birth and was given high doses of antiretrovirals. It's a "functional cure," meaning there are still trace amounts of the virus in the baby's system, but this is a really, really big deal.
Two Men Found Dead in Car in South Seattle: SPD says a sergeant patrolling the New Holly neighborhood discovered the two men this morning and that both men had been shot in the head. The investigation is ongoing.
Gregoire Not Named EPA Chief: President Barack Obama rounded out his new cabinet by naming veteran Environmental Protection Agency administrator Gina McCarthy to replace outgoing EPA chief Lisa Jackson. Former Washington Governor Christine Gregoire had been rumored a top candidate for both EPA and Secretary of the Interior, but ended up getting squat in Obama's second administration.
You're Still a Badass, Lauren Silberman: The first female kicker to ever participate in NFL tryouts had to drop out after only two kicks because of an aggravated leg problem. "I tried staying off [my injured leg] and waited for today," Silberman said. "I didn't even take kicks in warm-ups. It's pretty hard to know that you'll be in pain and I wanted to work through it and I certainly tried to, but I just couldn't do it today."