Wednesday, July 10, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Bicycle routes, Boston bomber arraignment and boobs

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Spokane County approved a $2 million settlement with the family of Wayne Scott Creach, a local pastor who was fatally shot by a sheriff’s deputy in 2010. (S-R)

City Council accepted a nearly $400,000 bid to add new bicycle routes downtown. (S-R)

Some jerk allegedly assaulted a Spokane sheriff deputy's K9, Laslo. (S-R)


In yet another sad consequence of sequestration, more than 800 Idaho National guardsmen and women will start their furloughs this week. (KREM)

A federal judge ruled that Apple violated anti-trust law and conspired with major publishers to raise e-book prices. (Reuters)

Boston bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev appeared in court to face 30 federal criminal charges, 17 of which carry the possibility of the death penalty. (Boston Globe)


ESPN The Magazine's "Body Issue" is here and writer Amanda Hess wrote this fascinating story about some female athletes' most formidable opponents: their breasts. 

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