Wednesday, May 8, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Erratic hospital charges, rare Idaho lawyers and Zehm case lies

Posted By on Wed, May 8, 2013 at 7:48 AM

HERE

Former Spokane Police Officer Moses sentenced to probation and $2,500 fine for lying during Otto Zehm investigation. (S-R)

Starbuck murder case moves forward with allegations of mishandled evidence. (KXLY)

Former University of Idaho football coach Akey files lawsuit against the school. (KREM)

Pilot group plans to finish building aircraft that was started by Fairchild Air Force Base captain killed in tanker crash. (KHQ)

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Rural Idaho attorneys may see heavy caseloads in multiple counties. (Idaho Statesman)

Missoula seeing rise in prescription drug deaths. (Missoulian)

ELSEWHERE

Newly released health care costs show extreme, seemingly random price variations from hospital to hospital. (WaPost)

Ropes, chains and other disturbing details emerging from Cleveland captivity case. (NY Times)

United States to provide $100 million in new aid to Syria. (AP)

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