Friday, April 9, 2010

Morning Headlines: Rowdy behavior

Posted on Fri, Apr 9, 2010 at 7:59 AM

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Firefighter arrested for DUI Washington State Patrol troopers say they had to repeatedly Taser Spokane firefighter Todd Chism, who resisted a field sobriety test after he and his vehicle were discovered in a ditch off Highway 291 in Stevens County.

Helluva Thursday night Four teens stole a Jeep, cracked some beers, rolled the car in a field on the South Hill, fled the scene, then lied to the officers who came to arrest them at 3:45 this morning. One question: Was Michael Cera involved?

It was windy yesterday Did you notice that? Because seemingly every media outlet in town seemed to think you missed it.%uFFFD

Slow down, or else... A state-wide crackdown on speeders begins today. It's part of Washington's (perhaps optimistic) campaign to eliminate all traffic deaths by 2030.%uFFFD

John Paul Stevens to retire The 90-year-old Supreme Court Justice was expected to retire during Obama's administration, allowing the Democratic president to fill the left-leaning judge's seat.

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