Monday, November 1, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Hang on, America! One. More. Day.

Posted on Mon, Nov 1, 2010 at 8:17 AM

Fear-mongering? Crazy-making? You decide if these signs will heal the nation. (Washington Post)

Anyone for Scrabble later? More insane signs, or something fun to do on Wednesday. (Wall Street Journal)

Houston, we have a problem Sunday fire guts one side of 29-unit Houston Apartment building. Neighbors help each other get out as all but 12 of the city’s firefighters are called out to fight the fire. (SR)

How cute, kids rock the vote Young activists shuffle door-to-door seeking flesh — er, fresh! — commitment to civic involvement (Seattle Times)

Oh, SNAP! The last link was actually zombies. Here are the Trick or Vote kids. (SR)

BNSF fueling upgrades Kootenai County is pushing for groundwater monitoring, other new conditions at Hauser refueling depot. (CdA Press)

100-mph crash downtown Was this guy just trying to get away from all the campaign ads? KREM says police estimate the car was going 100. (KXLY)

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