Wednesday, February 13, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Ex-cop manhunt ends, Spokane votes and goodbye wrestling

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HERE

Spokane voters approve library tax and expand police ombudsman authority. (S-R)

About 450 people attend public marijuana forum last night. (KXLY)

Coeur d'Alene officials deny pot-bellied pig urban pet approval. (CDAPress)

THERE

Authorities believe the fugitive ex-cop that has terrorized the LA area died Tuesday just as he expected, in a deadly final standoff with police. AP reporting Christopher Dorner's license found in burned cabin. (LA Times & AP)

Oregon dealing with juniper invasion. (Oregonian)

ELSEWHERE

President argues more important things than deficit in State of the Union. (Washington Post)

Wrestling, one of the oldest events, is cut from 2020 Olympics. (ESPN)

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