Thursday, February 14, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: A stolen gun, a jobs package and an Olympic murder

Posted By on Thu, Feb 14, 2013 at 9:09 AM

LOCAL

Colville fifth graders openly discuss killing classmates after they are found with weapons at school. (S-R)

Handgun used to shoot two Spokane County deputies last summer previously stolen from visiting Utah State Trooper. (KHQ)

Retired Seattle cop uncooperative after South Hill hit and run. (KXLY)

LESS LOCAL

Gov. Inslee unveils $120 million jobs package to boost economy. (Seattle Times)

Freshman Idaho lawmakers rally for state-run insurance exchange. (Idaho Statesman)

ELSEWHERE

Veterans Affairs approves first same-sex spouse burial in national military cemetery. (Oregonian)

Paralympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius, the first double leg amputee to compete in the Olympics, charged with murder after girlfriend shot to death in South African home. (ESPN)

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