Wednesday, August 4, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Hump day

Posted on Wed, Aug 4, 2010 at 8:02 AM

Worse budget than expected Mayor Mary Verner warned the Spokane City Council of an additional $2 million shortfall in the city's budget yesterday. (KXLY)

Man shoots himself after chase A suspect in the robbery of the Rite-Aid on 29th fled police, then shot himself once cornered. He's in critical condition. (KXLY)

Second police lawsuit dismissed A suit against Coeur d'Alene police officers — alleging an officer got intimate with an arrestee's ex-wife — was the second police complaint dismissed in a week. (CdA Press)

No easy fixes for Spokane prosecutor A consultant hired to solve problems in the Spokane County prosecutor's office threw up his hands. (SR)

Leaf coming to Seattle Emerald City residents got a gander at the all-electric car that will be arriving there in December. (Seattle Times)

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