Friday, September 23, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Less money, mo' problems

Posted By on Fri, Sep 23, 2011 at 7:12 AM

Mind the gap – Governor Christine Gregoire plans to hold a special session to attempt to cut $2 billion from the budget. Not an easy task. The easy cuts have already been made. (SR)

Cujo rising – After a pitbull jumped out of the car and attacked a woman and her dog, a neighbor came to the rescue, hitting the dog repeatedly with a shovel. (KXLY)

NICotine-free – North Idaho College has now banned smoking on its entire campus. (KXLY)

Danger Eurozone --  Europe continues to teeter on the edge of financial disaster, threatening to take the entire world economy with it as it falls down the abyss. The U.S., strenuously, is asking Europe to stop the debt crisis before that happens. (NYT)

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