Friday, August 1, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Body found, oil exploration and Cantor resigns

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Detectives investigating body found in wooded area near Mirabeau Park in Spokane Valley. (KXLY)

Homeowner tells of shots fired during interrupted burglary. (KREM)

Court imposes injunction with new oversight at Spokane Country Club after continued gender discrimination issues. (S-R)

New VA outpatient clinic to open in Coeur d'Alene. (CDAPress)


Gov. Inslee joins in letter opposing coastal oil exploration. (Seattle Times)

Caldwell rodeo queen charged with embezzling $22,000 from concrete company. (Idaho Statesman)

Montana man stabbed in arm with "novelty sword" during argument over fire pit. (MIssoulian)


Eric Cantor resigning early to give replacement head start. (WaPost)

Ceasefire fails, Israeli soldier captured as death toll climbs. (NYT)

WHO says Ebola outbreak spreading faster than control efforts. (BBC)

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