Fatal Hour — Spokane Police are investigating a deadly shooting that apparently arose from a domestic violence situation in the Logan neighborhood. A 21-year-old woman was found inside a home on East Augusta Avenue with a gunshot wound and was rushed to a hospital, where she later died from her injuries. Police have a suspect in custody. (KREM)
Where the Wild Things Are — A 66-year-old skier from Nine Mile Falls got lost at Mt. Spokane on Saturday morning. He found himself on Sunday morning and came back out. The only injury sustained was to a Spokane County deputy, who fell off his ATV during the search. (KXLY)
Capitalism: A Love Story — Spokane restaurants and bars are unhappy with the city dictating how they can operate their businesses through the use of "Good Neighbor Agreements." City officials say the agreements are intended to "solve problems," while owners argue they're capricious and arbitrary. (SR)
The Sting — A man robbed a Billings, Mont., convenience store by throwing hot chocolate at the clerk and grabbing money out of the register. The clerk suffered only minor burns (as everyone knows, convenience-store coffee/hot chocolate is barely tepid). (SR)
Precious (based on the novel Push by Sapphire) — In case you were struck blind, deaf and dumb this weekend and missed this, here's a video of the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome collapsing because of too much snow. (YouTube)
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