Wednesday, October 3, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: Wind, fires and a body in the river

Posted By on Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 8:25 AM

HERE

Yesterday's heavy wind sparked a fire on Beacon Hill and left many without power.

A Spokane woman who shot her husband in 2007 has been sentenced to 25 years in prison.  

A body was found in the Spokane River yesterday.

The Fred Meyer store in North Spokane, on East Francis Avenue, is set to close in January.

REGION 

Inslee and McKenna talked immigration during the gubernatorial debate in Yakima yesterday. 

A wildfire near Omak has burned two homes and threatens a school on the Colville Reservation.

A lakefront home near Harrison, Idaho burned to the ground last night.  

ELSEWHERE

Bombings in a government-held district of Aleppo, Syria have killed more than 40 people.   

Watching the first presidential debate tonight? (Hopefully you'll be watching with us at The Inlander's debate party!) The NY Times will be fact checking the candidates tonight in real time on a live blog. 

A news anchor in Wisconsin responds on-air to a bully's comments about her weight.  

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