New this year, organizers have scheduled a series of events to spotlight gender, race and politics that coincide with the massive march — a packed weekend that organizers hope will re-energize Seattle’s activist spirit. Frustrated by America’s direction under Donald Trump or pervasive stories of sexual assault, a massive crowd is expected to parade through downtown Seattle on Saturday, Jan. 20, for a second annual Women’s March that organizers hope will spur new activism beyond the streets.
No further details on the deceased, such as gender, age or cause of death, were immediately known. Fire officials say they recovered a body from a condo fire in southeast Bellevue Wednesday night. Around 8:10 p.m., the Bellevue Fire Department tweeted crews were arriving to the complex in the 3400 block of 161st Court Southeast. The department said crews extinguished the fire roughly 20 minutes later, and they found a body during their search.
All donations will go directly to the deputy's wife and three boys, the Pierce County Sheriff's Office said. A procession is tentatively scheduled for Tuesday afternoon. Make a donation to help the family of Daniel McCartney, the Pierce County sheriff’s deputy who was killed in the line of duty, by going to tpcrimestoppers.com and using PayPal, or visiting any TAPCO Credit Union location, the sheriff’s department said. McCartney, 34, of Yelm, is survived by his wife and three boys, ages 4, 6 and 9.
What we learned:
- A man was arrested, ending hours-long manhunt, & faces 1st degree murder charges. 2nd suspect died at scene.
- Donation funds for deputy's family are established: https://t.co/GSNdQVXpJG
- Tacoma-Lakewood procession is tentatively set for Tues. afternoon.
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