Thursday, May 30, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Bon Jovi Edition

Posted By on Thu, May 30, 2013 at 8:54 AM

HERE

Because Spokane wants so desperately to get back to good ol' 1987, Bon Jovi is coming to town in October. The Spokane Arena has temporarily changed its name to the Bon Jovi Arena in honor of landing this classic rock act. That was not a joke.

Wanted Dead or Alive: Spokane residents are lining up on both sides of the "is-it-OK-to-shoot-a-guy-driving-away-from-you-in-your-car-and-then-have-him-crash-said-car-into-a-house" debate.

Livin' on a Prayer: A Bonner's Ferry man was hit in his car by a train — and barely even got hurt.

THERE

Bad Medicine: Wack-a-doodles keep sending the president and other politicians ricin-laced letters.

You Give Love a Bad Name: After a sex scandal knocked him out of the top CIA job, David Petraeus lands a sweet Wall Street gig.

Born to Me Baby: Amanda Bynes is getting really crazy. Like, crazier than whoever decided it was a good idea to name your city's biggest venue after a has been rock star.

In case you were wondering, this is what all the fuss is about:

And again, we are not joking.

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