1. The PI.com breaks down the Seattle Department of Transportation's progress on the First Hill Streetcar by the numbers; slideshow included.

2. A council committee moved forward with the redevelopment of the Yesler Terrace public housing project today. Central District News has details about, and video of, this morning's meeting.

3. Nasty ads targeting state Rep. Dawn Morell for a vote she took back in 2009---for a bipartisan bill providing rent vouchers to recently released convicts---misrepresent the bill to make Morell look soft on crime, the Tacoma News Tribune reports.

4. Cascade Bike Club: Another hit-and-run on Dexter Ave., this one just two blocks from the spot where cyclist Mike Wang was struck and killed.

5. Undocumented immigrants lined up yesterday in the tens of thousands to apply for President Obama's deportation deferral program, which offers young immigrants who meet certain conditions (most importantly, that they were brought to the US as children) the right to stay in the country for up to two more years. Obama created the program through executive order after Congress refused to pass his more far-reaching amnesty bill, the DREAM Act. The New York Times has more.