Atheists take to advertising — Spokane Transit Authority has agreed to allow a local atheist group to run ads on busses asking if people are "good without God." Depending on who you ask, it's either an example of free speech, or a sign of the end times. (KHQ)
Chronic crackdown — Federal charges have been filed against five Spokane men accused of manufacturing and distributing marijuana. Though medical marijuana is legal under Washington law, it is not legal under federal law, hence the charges. (KREM)
Knockoff Apple Stores proliferate in China — In the country that manufacturers iPhones, iPods and other popular Apple products, phony Apple stores have been popping up in one city. Even the employees think the stores are the real deal, but they're not. (Seattle Times)
Comments are closed.