Nancy's arraignment was yesterday, so there are now news articles with more info. Here's one from the Seattle Post-Intelligencer and another from the same paper/site. The articles I've seen seem to be pretty accurate based on my understanding of what happened, though some are more lurid than others, and there's plenty more info that isn't included.
Today we went to the funeral home/crematorium, then to talk with an attorney, then to the house, where we spent a few hours looking for financial papers and such. It was a long and difficult day.
After dinner, I was driving back to our hotel, and I got two blocks from my cousin's house where we'd had dinner and I pulled up behind another car at a stoplight and then someone nearby started yelling, and jumped out of another nearby car, and ran up to the car in front of us and started pounding on it with, of all things, a crutch. I panicked. I backed up about half a block on a city street while Kam called 911 on my cell phone. I managed to get the car to the side of the road, and I sat there and shook for a while while Kam went to talk with the police. I called Mary Anne briefly, and she was soothing, and then Kam came back and took over the driving.
(Earlier in the day, someone was weaving at very high speed through freeway traffic, zigzagging across the road and passing on the shoulder, at maybe ten miles an hour above the regular freeway speed that the rest of traffic was going at. For one horrible moment I thought they were going to slam into the back of my brother's car. Did I mention it was a long day?)
I started a list of things I've been thankful for these past few days, but Kam's falling asleep (we're sitting at a Starbucks near Tacoma Mall) so I'm going to stop here. More sometime soon, most likely.