Monday, November 29, 2010

MORNING HEADLINES: Snow and other troubles

Posted on Mon, Nov 29, 2010 at 9:16 AM

Plowed in? - City of Spokane crews worked around the clock over the weekend, plowing residential streets in order to smooth the Monday morning commute. But many residents who didn't heed the city's call to move their cars woke to find them blocked in this morning. (KREM) 

There's more coming - Four to six more inches of snow are expected to begin falling tonight and early tomorrow. (KXLY)

Body found in Spokane River - Just days after officers prevented one man from leaping to his death from the Maple Street bridge, a body was found partially submerged in the duck pond at Riverfront Park. (KHQ)

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