Monday, September 16, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Navy Yard shooting, charter schools and the end of Summers

Posted By on Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 9:04 AM


Two runaway Ferris High School students were found safe in Missoula. (SR)

Spokane comes closer to having one of the first charter schools in the state. (SR)

Ron Well’s Ridpath Hotel plans move one step forward toward actually moving forward. (SR)

A Davenport football player is still healing from a skull fractured suffered in a game on Friday. (KREM)

The dream is finally coming true — Coeur d’Alene may soon get its own Golden Corral. (CDAP)


Multiple people have been shot at the Navy Yard in Washington D.C. At least one suspect is dead, but police have identified 2 other possible suspects on the run. (CNN)

The UN confirmed that rocket attacks, loaded with Sarin gas, were used in Syria. (NYT)

Sorry Larry Summers fanboys. Your favorite heartthrob won’t be picked for Federal Reserve Chief. (TIME)


Last week, Stephen Colbert sat down with Jim McDermott to talk about Seattle and Sir-Mix-A-Lot and toss the ol’ salmon around.

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