Wednesday, March 19, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: coffee and guns, WSU cans Bone and details emerge in Seattle chopper crash

Posted By on Wed, Mar 19, 2014 at 9:36 AM

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Employees at Jitterz Java on Northwest Blvd. in North Spokane are now armed with guns after the coffee stand was robbed three times in the past month. (KXLY)

WSU fired men's basketball head coach Ken Bone yesterday, five years into his seven year contract. Bone's overall record with the Cougs is 80-86. (S-R)

Residents of a Moscow, Idaho, mobile home park have been without safe drinking water since December and the park's owner still hasn't submitted water samples for testing after state officials filed a lawsuit requiring him do so. (KREM)

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The two men killed in the downtown Seattle news helicopter crash have been identified as photojournalist Bill Strothman and pilot Gary Pfitzner. The cause of the crash is now being investigated. (Seattle Times)

Investigators looking into a flight simulator seized from the Malaysian Airlines Flight 370 pilot's home are considering deleted information on the simulator as a possible lead into the plane's disappearance more than a week ago. (CNN) 

What do historical events tell us about Russia, Crimea and Vladimir Putin? (WaPost)
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