Thursday, June 17, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: As the rain falls

Posted By on Thu, Jun 17, 2010 at 8:24 AM

Wet cold American summer Just a few days after they officially opened, Spokane's pools are closed today due to the rain and cold. (SR) 

Math is hard If people thought getting rid of the WASL test would send test scores skyrocketing, they thought wrong. This year, scores on the High School Proficiency Exam slipped in writing and slipped even further in math. (The math test is completely new.) (SR)

The verdict The Air Force survival instructor accused of rape was found "not guilty." (KREM)

Bus down Two STA bus routes have been eliminated due to $6 million in budget cuts. (KXLY)

Whoopsy-Daisy BP apologizes for that whole oil spill thingy. (NYT)

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