Wednesday, November 30, 2011

MORNING BRIEFING: Wulff out, golf carts in

Posted on Wed, Nov 30, 2011 at 7:42 AM

Local Headlines

WSU football coach gets sacked — Paul Wolff was fired with a year left on his five-year contract. (KXLY) (KREM scouts out his potential replacements)

Allen vs. Rush, Part II — Next week begins a recount in the race between incumbent Richard Rush and challenger Mike Allen in Spokane's second City Council district. (SR)

Would-be downtown bank robber foiled — (KXLY)

Are golf carts a viable transportation option in Hillyard? — Councilwoman Amber Waldref thinks so. (KXLY)

Government going after MLK bomber — (KREM)

CdA resident sues over not getting to carry a concealed weapon — (CdA Press)

Out There

Zombies swarm Mexico City (Boise Weekly)

Portland tofu home explosion is hipster mystery of the year (Seattle Weekly)

Everything you need to know about Facebook's $100B IPO (Mashable)

Finally, central banks do something in the European crisis (Telegraph)

Arsenic in juice: new study prompts action (ABC News)

The three best cheap marketing moves of all time (Fast Company)

Is your phone telling your carrier everything you do? (Gigaom)

A colossal gown with more than 200 pockets that you crawl inside (Fast Code Design)

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