City officials say they're close to reaching a deal with the Knitting Factory to increase security at the venue and reinstate its entertainment license. (SR)
The controversial McEuen Field project in Coeur d'Alene could get its own public information officer. (CdA Press)
The next hearing in the case of two Colville boys accused of plotting to kill their classmate was delayed so the boys can undergo second mental exams. (KXLY)
Three people are dead and three others injured after a rolling shootout on the Las Vegas Strip. (LAT)
For the past couple of weeks, guests at a Los Angelas hotel drank and bathed in water from a tank where a dead body was decomposing. (CNN)
The son-in-law of the king of Spain is accused of embezzling millions in public funds. (NPR)
Think you're eating snapper? Probably not.
Source: Washington Post