Thursday, August 29, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: In which Obama worries about domestic gun control while grappling over Syria and Cami Bradley moves on in AGT

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Yesterday, the Coeur d'Alene Summer Theatre’s board of directors announced they are shutting down for good after nearly 50 seasons. (Inlander)

The co-owner of Broadway Bar and Grill in Spokane Valley is accused of fraudulently collecting nearly $250,000 in workers' compensation benefits. (MPDN)

The first of two memorials for World War II veteran Delbert Belton, who was beaten to death in the Eagles Lodge parking lot last week, is scheduled for noon at Greenwood Cemetery. It is a public event. (KREM)


Four months after a gun control bill failed in the Senate, the Obama administration added two more executive actions today to a list of 23 steps to reduce gun violence. (SR)

The NFL will lose a lot of money after an announcement today that they and more than 4,500 retired players reached a proposed hard-hitting $765-million settlement of concussion-related lawsuits. (LAT)

Some neighbors are more aggressive than others. This Tacoma, Wash., man is accused of tossing a neighbor’s beloved Chihuahua out of a window. (SPI)


Cami Bradley has made it through to the Top 12 on America’s Got Talent. (Hollywood Life)

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