Friday, March 8, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Troubled Brewster, unemployment, and teens sampling alcohol

Posted By on Fri, Mar 8, 2013 at 9:39 AM


Rob Brewster, once shining star of Spokane's real estate world, may have committed fraud. And owes a LOT of back taxes. (SR)

Spokane Public Schools is considering major overhauls of its security. (Bloglander)

A new bill would let teens taste alcohol, if they're supervised by staff at a community or technical college. (KREM)

The Central Valley school district is being sued for not doing a better job protecting a student from alleged sexual abuse by her science teacher.


Unemployment, oh-so-agonizingly slowly, is falling. (NYT)

Ghost of Bin Laden, we have your son-in-law. (TheAtlanticWire)


Minnesota Vikings Punter Chris Kluwe is a known nerd (his Twitter handle, for goodness sakes, is @ChrisWarcraft) So it made since for the Business Insider to ask him to review the newest Sim City game. What he found was an utter disaster.  (Business Insider)

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