Monday, March 16, 2015

MB: Putin's back, Netanyahu might lose, and new memorial at Spokane Arena

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The Gonzaga and Eastern Washington basketball teams are both playing in the South region of the NCAA "March Madness" basketball tournament. One of your coworkers has probably already hit you up about an office pool. (KXLY)

A house fire on Wall had the Spokane Fire Department's full attention early Monday morning. One person was injured. (KREM)

Take a look at an artist rendering of a new veterans memorial slated for a spot outside the Spokane Arena in time for Veterans Day. (Spokesman-Review)

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Israel's election on Tuesday is going to be a close one, and current Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is telling supporters he might lose. (Washington Post)

Russian President Vladimir Putin isn't sick, dead, or removed via coup. He was just taking a break from the public eye since March 5. (BBC)

The first in a two-part series on fleeing a fundamentalist Mormon enclave is a good read. (Al-Jazeera America)
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