Thursday, May 22, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Man wins lotto twice, Seahawks visit POTUS, Thai Army coup

Posted By on Thu, May 22, 2014 at 9:23 AM

PACIFIC NORTHWEST

Evergreen Fresh Sprouts have been linked to seven confirmed and three probable cases of E. coli illness in Washington and Idaho. (Inlander)

A Spokane man has now won the lottery – twice. (S-R)

A Tonasket High School librarian was arrested for sexual misconduct with an 18-year-old student. (KHQ)

THERE

The Thai Army has declared a coup, saying it was “necessary to seize power.” (NYT)

Terror attacks kill dozens and injure many more in an open market in China's tense Xinjiang region. (CNN)

The Seahawks visited the White House where the championship team was honored by President Obama. (ESPN)

FESTIVALS

This year’s Bands to Watch are announced. See them all at next weekend’s downtown Volume music festival. (Inlander)

Everything is going fine for the Gorge, it's fine. (ST)

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