Monday, January 28, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Drones in Africa, a stupid burglar and animal control issues in Stevens County

Posted By on Mon, Jan 28, 2013 at 9:57 AM


A Spokane man tries to rob a business after being caught trying to rob the same business nine years ago. 

With no official animal control program in Stevens County, residents often take such matters into their own hands.

More news on developer Ron Wells' plans to revive the Ridpath


Three people have been arrested as part of an investigation into a fire at a Brazil nightclub that killed 231 people on Sunday morning.

The number of home sales in the U.S. declined in December due to a tighter inventory, but December 2012 still saw more homes sold than during the year earlier month. 

The U.S. plans to base surveillance drones in northwest Africa to increase watch over members of Al Qaeda and other extremist groups there.


Recommended read for the day by yours truly, the Inlander's senior cat editor: The Cat Man of West Oakland. Fellow cat ladies/gents, you're welcome. 

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