Wednesday, September 25, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Bikini coffee outrage, GMO campaign spending and Obamacare protest

Posted By on Wed, Sep 25, 2013 at 8:06 AM


After standoff in North Spokane, two men arrested in connection with earlier shooting. (KREM)

More bikini coffee outrage as a crowd gathered Tuesday at the Spokane Valley City Council to oppose a nearby stand. (S-R)

Two killed during a collision with a tractor-trailer Tuesday afternoon along Trent Avenue in Spokane Valley. (KXLY)

TONIGHT: Public hearing on plans for proposed coal-shipping terminal scheduled for 5 pm tonight at the Spokane Convention Center. (Inlander)


Washington's GMO-labeling initiative fight bringing in near-record levels of campaign money. (Seattle Times) Look for our cover story tomorrow on the science and politics behind the GMO debate.

Critics file formal complaint for removal of Montana judge who handed down 30-day sentence in child's rape case. (Missoulian)

Kurt Cobain's childhood home in Aberdeen, Wash., has been put up for sale by his mother. (AP)


Freshman Texas Sen. Ted Cruz continuing 20-plus-hour filibuster-ish protest against the Obamacare. (WaPost)

Iran has a new president, Hassan Rouhani, who spoke of tolerance and understanding at the UN General Assembly. (NY Times)

More than 320 people killed during a 7.7-magnitude earthquake in Pakistan. (BBC)

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