Tuesday, October 25, 2011

MORNING BRIEFING: Justice for Otto, burglaries increase, Bill of Rights derided

Posted on Tue, Oct 25, 2011 at 6:54 AM

Headlines

Justice for Otto - Prosecutors wrap up the case against Spokane police officer Karl Thompson (KXLY)

Burglaries increase - Residents in Kootenai County report 91 incidents in the past two months (SR)

Spokane City Council - Council expresses its displeasure with the Community Bill of Rights (KXLY)

Lethal doses - Blood and alcohol levels increase in WSU students (SR)

Out There

Mexican drug cartels — American agencies build up Mexican informants (New York Times)

Canines in court — Pet owners go to court over unscooped dog poop (Washington Post)

Kadafi's corpse — Kadafi, his son and an aide are secretly buried (Los Angeles Times)

Housing Help — President Barack Obama offers mortgage relief to thousands (SR)

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