Wednesday, September 19, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: The wrong kind of fame

Posted By on Wed, Sep 19, 2012 at 8:24 AM

Around Here

Officer Karl Thompson, despite his attorney's best efforts, will not get a new trial, a judge says. Still, while the verdict is being appealed Thompson will remain free. (SR)

A North Idaho College student made a threat that mentioned "reading about him in the news," leading to an investigation from local law enforcement authorities. Apparently, the student was right. (KREM)

Turns out, booze is illegal in Spokane parks. (KREM)

The International Baccalaureate Program is already dead at Coeur d'Alene high schools, and time is running out for the version at the elementary schools. (KREM)

Out There

The Chicago teacher strike is over -- but there's still a massive problem with the Chicago pension system. (NYT)

All those people who ate Chik-A-Fil-A to make their opposition to gay rights known, might want to read this article. (The Atlantic Wire)

A magazine mocks Mohammed, so France closes embassies and schools in twenty counties. (Washington Post)

Beijing protestors have damaged former Washington governor Gary Locke's car. (Seattle Times)

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A lifelong Spokane native, Daniel Walters is the Inlander's senior investigative reporter. But he also reports on a wide swath of other topics, including business, education, real estate development, land use, and other stories throughout North Idaho and Spokane County.He's reported on deep flaws in the Washington...