Friday, September 17, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Shots fired

Posted By on Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 8:19 AM

Police report report The Police Department has released its report — a full 733 pages — about Deputy Brian Hirzel's shooting  of Brian Scott Creach. (SR)

Second shot In North Spokane, there's been another police shooting, of another armed citizen. This time, however, the suspect survived. (KREM)

Remember Ryan Leaf? Well, there was a time you thought you'd never forget him. Either way, Leaf has returned home, and KXLY has a whatever-happened-to... report on him.(KXLY)

The explosive years When I was a teen, my hobbies were running, writing, and staring, terrified, at our cordless phone, wondering if I should call that girl from my math class. It was not, however, making explosives. But for a Couer D'Alene teen it was, apparently. He caused a lockdown of the school when he set off explosives in the Couer D'Alene football field. (CDP)

The most important Washington march ever? Wisest-Man-in-America Jon Stewart announced last night that he plans to hold a "Rally to Restore Sanity" on October 30 in Washington D.C.. His archrival, populist pundit Stephen Colbert, however, says he plans to hold a "March to Keep Fear Alive" at the exact same time, in the exact same place. The history between these two goes way back, apparently, so the tension should be palpable. (AVC)

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