Monday, May 6, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Bloomsday, Israeli airstrikes and the price of special sessions

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Bloomsday takes over Spokane with more than 47,000 participants. (S-R) Photos from Sunday's race. (Inlander)

Three killed in KC-135 tanker crash identified as flight crew out of Fairchild Air Force Base. (KREM)

Spokane Police still seeking a person of interest in fatal Friday shooting. (KXLY)


Price of the Washington state Legislature's upcoming special session. (TNT)

Spouses of foreign workers find visas limit access to jobs. (Seattle Times)

Five women die Saturday as limo bursts into flames during bachelorette party in Bay Area. (LA Times)


Israel launches airstrikes against Syria. (NY Times)

Research shows returning military veterans have higher risk of automobile accidents. (WaPost)

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