Monday, September 23, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: CdA drive-by shooting, Kenyan mall seige and "Breaking Bad" makes good at Emmys

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Coeur d'Alene Police investigating a drive-by shooting this morning at an apartment building for residents with disabilities. (KXLY)

Moses Lake murder suspect taken into custody in Spokane Valley on Saturday night. (KREM)

Airway Heights Correction Center inmates training for work in the aerospace industry. (AP)


Washington state seeking a bank to handle marijuana transactions and proceeds because feds restrict accepting drug money. (The Olympian)

A false gun panic ensued at an Oregon movie a theater after a man believed to be intoxicated urinated on a 14-year-old boy during a showing of "Prisoners."

The Emmys: "Breaking Bad" wins the night while none of its fans are watching.


German Chancellor Angela Merkel wins historic third term to become longest-serving female leader. (The Guardian)

Gunfire again broke out today at Nairobi's Westgate Shopping Mall, which extremists overran and occupied through the weekend. At least 62 people have died in the attack. (CNN) A New York Times photographer was also nearby when the attack started, capturing chilling photos from the initial moments. (NYT)

Egyptian court bans Muslim Brotherhood, seizes assets. (WaPost)

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