Thursday, December 1, 2011

MORNING BRIEFING: Woman falls to her death from RPS garage, guvs want weed relaxed

Posted on Thu, Dec 1, 2011 at 8:17 AM

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City hall union offers voluntary pay freeze — In what incoming mayor David Condon is calling a "hail mary" lobbed by the current mayor, the city's largest labor union has volunteered a three-year pay freeze if they can keep an already scheduled deal for 2012 that would raise some members' pay as much as 5 percent. (SR)

Woman falls to her death from RPS garage — The victim, who has yet to be identified, fell from high in the garage just before 3 pm yesterday. (KXLY)

Reclassify pot, guvs say — Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire and Rhode Island Gov. Lincoln Chafee have asked the DEA to classify marijuana as a Schedule II drug, allowing for more medical use. (SR)

WSU has a new coach already — Former Texas Tech football coach Mike Leach will replace Paul Wolff, who was fired yesterday. (KREM)

Spokane won't get new Boeing plant — Despite strong bidding from Spokane, the new 737 plant will be located in Renton. (Seattle Times)

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