Monday, May 7, 2012

Morning Briefing: Bloomsday is the sunniest thing to have happened on an otherwise grim weekend

Posted on Mon, May 7, 2012 at 7:28 AM

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48,000 finish Bloomsday — But the race was won, in dramatic fashion, by Kenyan Allan Kiprono (in the men's race) and Ethiopian Mamitu Daska (in the women's race). (SR) 

Pastor, Spokane County volunteer chaplain wanted for indecent exposure — Robert Christian, a pastor at Heritage Congregational Church, has been terminated by the county for an incident a few weeks ago. There's a warrant out for his arrest. (NWCN)

Police still looking for McGill's killer — A car battery stolen from the 1800 block of East South Riverton may help police identify the man who stabbed and killed 55-year-old Sharlotte McGill near the Spokane River last week. (KXLY)

Long Lake body that of Fairchild airman?James Adam Ramsey Lassiter has been missing since March 31. (KXLY)

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The new World Trade Center building rises, girder by girder, over five years, to become New York's tallest building.

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