People Are Still Getting Killed in Egypt: More than 20 people have died in a new spate of violence as pro-Morsi protesters continue to gather and march. Is Obama doing enough to stop the violence? Eli has a poll.
KIRO Finds a Couple Cops Who Don't Think "Operation Orange Fingers" Is Funny: As we've reported, SPD will be handing out snacks at Hempfest with literature on pot laws. Now KIRO says the rank and file wants to spend time "fighting crime, not fighting the munchies." But paid for with private money and distributed by officers—including spokesman Sean Whitcomb—on their own time, the Dorito brigade isn't taking resources away from anything.
Some People Want a Sports Ball House, Where Should They Put It? The Department of Planning and Development released a study yesterday on what sites in the city could handle a new basketball stadium—it's gotta be either in Sodo or at Seattle Center.
Girls Just Wanna Have Fun: Ohio seventh-grader Makhaela Jenkins wants to play on her school's football team, but her school district "doesn't allow girls to participate in games and contact drills." The superintendent says they're not violating Title IX because "we have opportunities for girls, but those opportunities do not include contact sports."
Boy Who Killed His Father Set to Go on Trial: For first-degree murder, for a crime he committed when he was 10. Says the AP, he "lived in an abusive, filthy home and had tried desperately to get help to stop the beatings he and his younger siblings had for years faced at the hands of their abusive father, his attorney says."