Thursday, September 9, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Crime and punishment ... and DMB!

Posted on Thu, Sep 9, 2010 at 8:11 AM

Governor won't halt execution Gregoire says she finds "no basis" to overturn the death penalty for Cal Brown, who will be executed by lethal injection after midnight tonight. (SR)

Death watch People of Walla Walla prepare for execution. (Northwest News Network)

Hoopfest shooting charges reduced Prosecutors drop the dozens of attempted murder charges, go instead with assault. (SR)

So are they ban-handlers now? The grace period has ended for panhandling in Spokane Valley, but guess who's still out there at the end of the off-ramp ... (KREM)

18 inches a month This is how to measure the end of summer, when Avista begins its annual winter drawdown of Lake Coeur d'Alene. (CdA Press)

Dude was amped! Guy who saw Dave Matthews Band at Gorge was so stoked he got two speeding tickets on the way home, even bragging about the first one. (Seattle Times)

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