Thursday, March 18, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Tribes can arrest, porn star wants new trial

Posted on Thu, Mar 18, 2010 at 8:30 AM

The East Valley School District will grow its own veggies The district has prepared a five-acre plot for planting after kids complained about bad apples.

Downwinder trial put off A woman with late-stage thyroid cancer had requested an expedited trial, but a judge has ruled she'll have to wait in line with everybody else

Trashy-neighbor fines jump New rules going into effect in Spokane this week will bring in about $100,000 per year from increased fines for people who leave trash and dilapidated vehicles in their yards.

Porn star wants a new trial The male porn star who was convicted in 2008 of raping a WSU student has a new lawyer and claims his old one's shoddy work put him in prison.

 "Conscience rights" bill heads to Otter The Idaho Legislature has approved a bill that would allow pharmacists to refuse to dispense drugs that go against their personal beliefs (read: emergency contraception and end-of-life treatment).

Tribe police can arrest non-tribal members The Coeur d'Alene tribe and the Benewah County sheriff have reached a tentative deal, restoring the tribal police department's ability to arrest non-tribal members on their land. For background, read our story here.

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