Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Morning Briefing: Pot, Football and Stabbings

Posted By on Tue, May 1, 2012 at 9:08 AM

HERE

A big ol' brawl in the Valley ends in a stabbing. (KXLY)

The City Council voted last night to make marijuana enforcement a low priority. (KREM) 

The future of the University of Idaho's football program is up in the air with the demise of the WAC all but certain. (CBS)

THERE

Things are not looking good for everyone's favorite real-life cartoon character, Rupert Murdoch.

Wait, he hadn't actually quit yet? Newt Gingrich and his massive head officially bow out of the GOP primary. 

"America: We still build things." At least some things

...And here's a Guy on a Buffalo. 

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