Thursday, May 9, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Mistaken brain cancer, overheated firefighters and bombing suspect buried

Posted By on Thu, May 9, 2013 at 8:02 AM

HERE

Four firefighters suffer minor injuries, mostly heat exhaustion, during North Spokane house fire. (KREM)

Gonzaga says goodbye to old student center, new one on the way. (S-R)

After a five-day manhunt, Spokane police arrested murder suspect Joshua Tillery in connection with Friday's fatal shooting. (KXLY)

THERE

Eight Seattle police officers involved in fatal shooting of mentally disturbed man in February, but none turned on dash cameras to record incident. (Seattle Times)

Montana man mistakenly told he has terminal brain cancer with just months to live gets $60,000 settlement. (Missoulian)

ELSEWHERE

More than 900 people so far confirmed dead in massive Bangladesh building collapse. (BBC)

Boston Marathon bombing suspect's body buried at undisclosed location. Investigators also looking at suspect's trip to Russia. (NY Times)

U.S. military now has 10 different styles of camouflage uniforms instead of previous two varieties. (WaPost)

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