Tuesday, March 6, 2012

Morning Briefing: Overnight shootings and elections

Posted By on Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 10:10 AM

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Two people were injured in a shooting last night in the East Central area of Spokane last night. Could be gang activity. (KXLY)

Down at the WCC basketball championships in Las Vegas yesterday, the Gonzaga men lost a nail-biting, heart stopping thriller. The women got thumped. Both will likely be in the NCAA tournament.

Downtown Spokane's LGBT-friendly nightclub, Hollyrock, has closed its doors

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Happy Super Tuesday, everyone. This year, even Idaho is getting in on the superiority, as are nine other states.

The lady that won that enormous $336-billion Powerball prize is 81 freaking years old!

Where everyone agrees: We really need to talk about this whole Iran thing. Everyone doesn't agree: What we should do about this Iran thing.

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