The newspaper says Bolaños died of heart failure in Cancun.
The Associated Press notes: "His morning show was a staple for preschoolers, much like Captain Kangaroo in the United States.
"He warmed the hearts of millions with a clean comedy style far removed from the sexual innu
For The Walking Dead, it was less like a conversation between two characters and more like a mini manifesto.
The moment came during an episode called "Four Walls and Roof," as Bob Stookey spoke to hero Rick Grimes about a central theme this season: keeping your humanity in midst of a zombie apocalypse.
"We push ourselves to let things go, and then we let some more go and some more ... and pretty soon there's things we can't get back," he tells Rick.
For those of us
who were imprinted with fear
like a faint line in the center of our foreheads
learning to be afraid with our mother's milk
for by this weapon
this illusion of some safety to be found
the heavy-footed hoped to silence us
For all of us
this instant and this triumph
The National Football League reported the news on its website. The players' union said the suspension had been "vacated immediately," according to The Associated Press.
The AP says: "The appeal was heard earlier this month by former U.S. District Judge Barbara S. Jones.
And yet, political leaders in Northern Ireland are still struggling to bring Protestant and Catholic groups together.
More than 60 people are dead and as many wounded in an attack on a mosque in northern Nigeria as worshipers were attending Friday prayers.
The BBC says three explosions were reported at the mosque in Kano, and that the attackers also turned gunfire on the worshipers.
"These people have bombed the mosque.
Black Scoters are sea ducks that spend the winter on saltwater bays.
They are large, strong ducks and buoyant swimmers with a habit of cocking their tails upward.
The National Retail Federation forecasts a 4.1 percent increase in holiday sales over the same period last year, bringing the total to $616.9 billion. It would be the biggest jump in sales since 2011.
The man mocked the mother of two — who was wearing a short skirt — for being "indecently dressed," then rallied dozens of nearby men to strip her naked while others filmed the mob attack with their cellphones.
The graphic video, instead of prompting arrests, was met with some approval on Kenyan social media. The miniskirt has been decried as a "foreign" blight on traditional African dress and values.
Brent crude oil steadied at about $73 a barrel on Friday after reaching a low of $71.12, its lowest level since July 2010, according to Reuters.
This Sunday, Tom Barbano will run the Seattle marathon — his 20th race in just three years.
The reason he keeps running: a dear friend named Mark Larson. He told us the story one early morning while running around Green Lake:
Sunday marks the 15th anniversary of the World Trade Organization meeting that brought tens of thousands of protesters to Seattle. Now labor groups are once again sounding the alarm that new trade deals being negotiated may leave workers behind.
On a day when frenzied holiday shoppers will pay a significant sum in state sales taxes, a group of teachers is organizing a protest near the Redmond campus of a corporation that they wish paid more taxes: Microsoft.
The teachers' planned the Black Friday protest to urge state lawmakers to put corporate tax breaks, not social services, on the chopping block in their effort to find at least $2.5 billion in new funding for schools.
"Many of the families of our students can't afford the Christmas gifts they want to buy unless they go to those sales on Black Friday. They are going to be paying a lot of sales tax on Black Friday," said protest organizer and Renton teacher Julianna Dauble. "We chose it to highlight [the fact] Microsoft will not be paying taxes on Black Friday."
The end of Thanksgiving signals another holiday tradition in the Northwest: the annual football matchup between the University of Washington and Washington State University. The Apple Cup will take place Saturday night in Pullman.
KPLU sports commentator Art Thiel says a win means more than just bragging rights.
Consider this a syllabus for Sex Week, a series of workshops, discussions and screenings dedicated to, well, you know what, that are becoming popular – and controversial – on campuses around the country.
Yale University held one in 2002 and since then there have been at least 20, including at the University of Chicago, the University of Maryland and Harvard University.
While the seemingly brazen subject matter has certainly ruffled some feathers, organizers