Friday, February 11, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Chicken rules, mistrial and more police troubles

Posted on Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 8:59 AM

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Spokane detective charged with obstructing — An off-duty detective has been charged with obstructing a state Fish and Wildlife officer who was trying to question the detective and a few youths, who had been shooting guns after-hours. (SR)

Officer speeding when he hit pedestrian — An investigative response team found that SPD Officer Gordon Ennis was exceeding the speed limit by 4-9 mph on Sunday when he struck John VanCurler, who later died from his injuries. (NWCN)

New chicken rules? — The Spokane Valley Planning Commission last night recommended that city laws regarding keeping chickens be loosened. (KXLY)

Dramatic mistrial — Jurors in a vehicular homicide case were ready to announce a unanimous decision when the judge found it wasn't so unanimous after all. (KREM)

McEuen Park mixed bag — Of the over 300 people who showed up for an informational session on transforming Coeur d'Alene's McEuen park, a majority seemed not to support the idea. (CdA Press)

Coeur d'Alene students protest Idaho education reform (CdA Press)

Mubarak steps down in Egypt (NYT)

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