Thursday, October 6, 2011

THE MORNING BRIEFING: Spokane Police throw in the towel. Plus, the Jobs vigil.

Posted on Thu, Oct 6, 2011 at 7:39 AM


Your car got broken into? Good luck — The Spokane Police Department has officially eliminated its property crime division, telling the public it'll probably only investigate about 5 percent of cases now. (Never mind that property crime and carjacking are up ...) (SR) 

Montana triple murder suspect caught near the Spokane Valley mall — Sheldon Bernard Chase, 22, is accused of shooting his grandma, his cousin, and her boyfriend on the Crow reservation. (KHQ)

Possible leak in the pipeline that runs over the aquifer (Bloglander) More at the CdA Press

Jobs Vigil

Which of Jobs' products mattered most? (NYT)

Mourners at the Cupertino campus (Scobleizer)

Dear Steve: A letter to the departed genius (ABC News)

A 1992 look at Jobs and the birth of Apple (The Atlantic)

Steve Wozniak on Jobs' passing (Daily Beast)

Jobs at Ted Talks on "How to Live Before You Die" (TED)

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Music Finds a Way: The Spokane Symphony @ Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

Tuesdays-Sundays, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through Jan. 10
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