Tuesday, January 15, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: At long last, regional animal control

Posted By on Tue, Jan 15, 2013 at 10:08 AM

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The city of Spokane is scrapping Spokanimal, and going with SCRAPS, a victory for long-fought-for regionalization of animal control. (SR)

Lake City Assembly of God was vandalized last Saturday night. (SR)

The Spokane city council met behind closed doors to discuss the former assistant chief Scott Stephens issue. (KREM)

As if going through an experimental treatment to cure her systemic Scleroderma wasn't enough, Spokane's Cat Davis had her car stolen. (KXLY)

Looks like the Couer d'Alene high rise will likely happen after all. (CDAP)


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Obama's set to outline gun-control proposals tomorrow. (WP)

But in New York, new gun law agreements have already been decided on. (NYT)


GRAB-BAG

Last night, the Internet was abuzz with the Atlantic's new paid-for advertorial praising the Church of Scientology. They took it down this morning. (Forbes)

At the end of this Time Magazine article, one of the most epic corrections we've ever seen. (TIME)

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