Monday, November 11, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Gonzaga guns, high-tech wolves and a deadly typhoon

Posted By on Mon, Nov 11, 2013 at 10:09 AM

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In the continuing made-for-Fox-News saga, the Gonzaga students who used a gun to repel an intruder in the Logan neighborhood have been placed on probation for having a firearm in college-owned off-campus housing. (SR)

With just four days left in their Kickstarter campaign, Spokane's Cyan is a little more than $160,000 away from raising enough money for their new computer game. (Kickstarter)

Cattle ranchers in Washington use GPS, instead of bullets, to keep their cattle away from the maw of the wolf. (SR)

Deaconess and Valley Hospital health care workers get ready to strike over staffing levels and patient care. (KREM)


60 minutes apologizes for relying on a dishonest source. No, not that one. This one. (NYT)

Thousands are likely dead after a typhoon in the Philippines. (Washington Post)

Amazon has struck a deal to allow packages to be delivered on Sundays. (Atlantic Wire)

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