(CBS Seattle/AP) — The runner who came to symbolize the Boston Marathon bombings ran Spokane’s 37th Bloomsday race Sunday. Bill Iffrig, 78 of Lake Stevens fell to the ground near the Boston Marathon finish line. […]
NBA center Jason Collins is the first athlete in a major American team sport to announce he’s gay, according to Sports Illustrated, which will run a story on the former Wizards player in its May 6 issue.
The Boston Celtics will play at the TD Garden for the first time Friday night since the events of the Boston Marathon.
While the city of Boston recovered from Monday’s tragic events, the rest of the country showed its tremendous support for the city and its people. And in the sports world, many athletes payed respect to Boston — Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Ben Revere wore a simple piece of tape on his glove which said, “Pray for Boston.”
President Barack Obama says the explosions at the Boston Marathon are being investigated as an act of terror, although authorities still don’t know who is responsible.
Local runner Sean Sundwall is a King County resident in Boston for the Marathon. He spoke with Steve and Bill during Monday’s Steve Sandmeyer show to talk about how the horrific event unfolded.
Seattle police say they’re stepping up patrols in neighborhoods and around buildings and other facilities after two bombs exploded near the finish line of the Boston Marathon on Monday.
A 78-year-old Lake Stevens man was caught up in one of the explosions from the Boston Marathon, according to Lake Stevens News Spot.
According to a Google+ stream, T-Mobile CEO John Legere was a participant in the 2013 Boston Marathon, though his condition is unknown.