Tuesday, July 23, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Fire investigations, burglaries and the royal baby's arrival

Posted By on Tue, Jul 23, 2013 at 8:07 AM


Plans for a permanent transit center in Coeur d’Alene’s Riverstone development are moving forward. (Cda Press)

A delirious man was arrested for a string of burglaries in Spokane Valley. (KHQ)

A man who shot and killed another man during a drug deal-turned-robbery last September won’t face murder charges. (KREM)

Pullman Police arrested a 31-year-old plumber on arson charges related to the July 15 fire that destroyed four student apartment buildings under construction. (Evergreen)

The two Monday morning deaths in a mobile home fire are now being investigated as homicide. (S-R)

A Spokane Police officer is being suspended for 60 days after an investigation found policy violations related to associating with a woman who is a known criminal. (Inlander blogs) 


It’s a boy! The royal baby arrived, ending weeks of breathless anticipation. But now: What’s his name? When will we get to see the kid? (CBS)

A federal judge blocked enforcement of North Dakota’s new abortion law, which would be the most restrictive in the nation. (NYT)

George Zimmerman — yes, the one just acquitted in the killing of Trayvon Martin — appeared in public for the first time since the trial to help rescue a family from an overturned SUV. (Orlando Sentinel)

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