Thursday, August 14, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Don't Tweet from crime scenes

Posted By on Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 8:56 AM

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The Spokane City Council interviewed the five candidates vying for the spot being vacated by Steve Salvatori. (Inlander)

We saw it last night and can see why local Mormons are upset about The Book of Mormon's stop in Spokane. But it's still a good show. (KREM)

The Oregonian is writing a feature on what's awesome about our Lilac City, and wants locals' advice of what to do, see and eat around town. (KXLY)

THERE

Hey guys, don't Tweet from crime scenes. You might tell the bad guy where the cops are heading next. (AP via KREM)

Night protests in the town of Ferguson, Missouri continue to escalate over the police shooting of Michael Brown. (WSJ)

Areas in upstate New York and across the Northeast are beginning to assess damage from massive floods that caused at least four deaths. (HuffPo)
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