Tuesday, February 8, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Shea vs. McCaslin, redux

Posted on Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 9:11 AM

Shea blasts back — A day after Republican Washington state Sen. Bob McCaslin claimed that state Rep. Matt Shea was unfit to fill the seat he's vacating, Shea has decried the remarks as "vicious personal attacks." (SR)

Violence prevention forum tonight — Mayor Mary Verner, SPD Chief Anne Kirkpatrick and Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich will head a forum called "Preventing Violence - Our Responsibility." (KXLY)

Shots fired during highway chase — Two men are in the hospital after a routine stop by Idaho State Police turned into a chase and a gunfight. (KPAX)

Poop-to-energy — A former city engineer with the City of Post Falls is offering to build the city a plant that would use wastewater to power turbines, creating up to $700,000 in electricity savings over 20 years. (CdA Press)

Idaho ed discord — Idaho wants to give every student a laptop, but teachers aren't so sure. (NWCN)

WashYourHandsington — A new campaign from Washington's Department of Health (see above) is drawing mockery, but at least it's getting people talking. (SR)

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