Wednesday, October 30, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: Health exchange testimony, bus crash and speeding tickets for bicyclists

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Here’s a local contractor you should probably never hire to build you anything. (S-R)

Authorities think you should be aware that a 55-year-old man with a history of stalking and luring crimes has been talking to kids at West Plains bus stops. (KXLY)

A Spokane Valley man was injured by his own machete during an argument over an ex-girlfriend’s stuff. (KREM)

Sandpoint-based Coldwater Creek announces layoffs and major restructuring. (Idaho Statesman)

KHQ has the dashboard cam footage from the ISP-involved shooting near Lookout Pass back in June. (KHQ)


A Skagit County couple found guilty of their adopted teen daughter’s death were sentenced to many decades in prison. (AP)

Seattle police watching speeding in school zones are handing out tickets to bicyclists, too. (Seattle Times)

Some people in Boise are pretty excited about getting rid of their one-way streets. (Idaho Statesman)


Kathleen Sebelius is testifying about problems with the online health insurance exchanges run by the federal government. (WaPo)

Almost 50 people were killed in a fiery bus crash in southern India. (BBC)

China says that car crash in Tieneman Square earlier this week was a terrorist act by religious extremists. (NYT)

The Jonas Brothers explain their breakup. (E!)

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