Monday, April 4, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Peace, justice and internecine warfare

Posted on Mon, Apr 4, 2011 at 8:38 AM

Peace and justice, secured — Hundreds turned out for the NAACP Demand Justice and Peace March in downtown Spokane yesterday. A bunch of cops were also there, making sure the gathering wasn't a repeat of January's Martin Luther King Day parade, when a bomb was found in a backpack. (KREM)

Creach's sons fight for gun rights — The sons of slain pastor, Wayne Scott Creach, are taking their fight to Olympia, where they hope to strengthen laws to prevent incidents like the one that left their father dead. Wayne Creach was shot and killed by a sheriff's deputy after he approached an unmarked patrol car with a gun last fall. (SR)

Nine lives and nine years — Nine years after disappearing, a cat found near Felts Field has been returned to its original owners. (KXLY) 

Boehner vs. Cantor — GOP eats itself to please the Tea Party. Democrats stand idly by. (Atlantic Wire) 

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