Wednesday, November 13, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Bacon and Baristas

Posted By on Wed, Nov 13, 2013 at 10:06 AM

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The Spokane County Sheriff recommends charging the University High School student, who was the driver in a high-speed car crash that killed two other U-High students, with vehicular homicide. (SR)

The crusade against Practically Naked Baristas has been having more success in Spokane Valley than it did in the City of Spokane. (KREM)

Washington state gets an "A" for its strict-human trafficking laws. Idaho gets a "D." (SR)

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As IT professionals cringe across the nation, the epic quest to get HealthCare.Gov working continues to hit snags. (Washington Post)

Yes, Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has purchased illegal drugs in the past two years. No, he won't resign. Would you expect anything less

Three Bacon pieces sell for $142.4 million, but not the sort of Bacon you may be hoping for. (NYT)

TIME WASTER

The Inlander had a bit of fun yesterday with the What Would I Say web app, revealing a shocking revelation about the Karl Thompson Jury. (Bloglander)

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