The Knitting Factory will reopen with better security, authorities say. (KXLY)
The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office will now process concealed weapons permit applications five days a week, instead of four, to meet the swelling demand. (CdA Press)
With debts and obligations of more than $1 million, Spokane developer Rob Brewster filed for bankruptcy protection on the Montvale Hotel. (SR)
The UN says it will not pay damages for a cholera epidemic that killed 8,000 people and sickened another 635,000 in Haiti starting in 2010. Some health experts have blamed UN peacekeepers for introducing the disease. (AJ)
The FBI says it's seeing a "rash of sexting cases" among its employees. (CNN)
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