Friday, October 28, 2011

MORNING BRIEFING: Crime spree, suspicious death, getting drunk onstage

Posted on Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 6:43 AM


Crime spree, suspicious death — A Spokane man is sentenced to 184 1/2 years in prison, and police investigate a suspicious death in Finch Arboretum (SR)

Performers can now drink onstage — An amendment to Liquor Control Board code no longer classifies onstage performers as employees of a venue (KXLY)

House fire — A man in Spokane Valley is transported after another house fire (KREM)

Out There

Lobbies raise millions — Despite a pledge not to take money from lobbyists, President Obama accepts campaign donations (New York Times)

European debt pact — European leaders agree on a plan to end their 2-year-old debt crisis (SR)

Horn-honking conviction — Supreme Court overturns a woman's dispute with her neighbor (Seattle Times)

Sex scandal — An Ohio gym teacher is convicted of having sex with multiple students (Seattle Times)

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