Tuesday, January 29, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Homicide in North Spokane, Twinkies' unknown fate and YOLO

Posted By on Tue, Jan 29, 2013 at 9:46 AM

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Another homicide in North Spokane last night. (KXLY)

Meet Spokane Valley's new fire chief. (S-R) 

The owner of a neglected dog seized by SCRAPS over the weekend has come forward. Meanwhile, the dog remains in the care of SCRAPS and is recovering from its injuries. (Krem) 

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President Obama will reveal his immigration reform plans today in Las Vegas. (W-Post)

At least fifty bodies were discovered in Aleppo, Syria today, but its still unknown who is responsible for the killings. Opposition activists believe the killers could be members of the Assad-controlled Syrian military or other pro-government groups. (W-Post) 

The fate of Twinkies is still up in the air, but Hostess has given its recipes for its Drake's cakes brand to Little Debbie. (AP)

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