Monday, February 9, 2015

MB: Alabama allows gay marriage, two dead in Spokane house fire, blizzard hits Boston

Posted By on Mon, Feb 9, 2015 at 9:42 AM


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A SWAT standoff in Spokane Valley yesterday ended without incident after a man barricaded himself in a shop and threatened to burn it down. (KXLY) 

A local activist is calling for the Spokane County Commissioners to be increased from three to five members. (Spokesman-Review)

Two people died in an early morning house fire in East Spokane on Saturday morning. (KXLY)

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BNSF is planning to spend $189 million to improve tracks across Washington state this year. (Tri-City Herald)

We may be enjoying unseasonably warm weather here, but Boston and the rest of the Northeast is bracing for another massive snowstorm. (CNN)

Today, Alabama becomes the latest state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. (NYT)

Some guy named Sam Smith won four Grammys last night, and pop music stars like Lady Gaga, Tony Bennett and Enimem rounded out the rest of the list. (Entertainment Weekly)
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