Monday, December 10, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: Snow, death and boxing

Posted By on Mon, Dec 10, 2012 at 8:33 AM


Drive carefully. Turns out it's the middle of December and that snow didn't immediately melt. (Spokesman) 

Spokane detectives continue to investigate two homicides from Friday as they search for 38-year-old suspect Tony T. Callihan. (KXLY)

Family members also held a private funeral Sunday in Deer Park for a confessed serial killer. (KHQ) 


Hundreds of gay couples tie the knot in Washington. (Seattle Times) 

South Carolina governor will not appoint comedian Stephen Colbert to the Senate. (Huff Post) 

Boxing giant Manny Pacquiao knocked out in sixth round Saturday. (The Atlantic) 


A member of the U.S. Navy's Seal Team Six died on a mission to rescue an American doctor. (CNN) 

Beloved Mexican-American singer Jenni Rivera killed in plane crash. (LA Times) 

Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez heads to Cuba for surgery. (NY Times) 

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