Monday, November 4, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: First snow, drone opposition and priceless art recovered

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Repeat offender shows problems with criminal "frequent flyers." (S-R)

Spokane got its first dusting of snow for the year Sunday. (KREM)

Spokane Regional Criminal Justice Commission released more than 40 recommendations for reshaping local justice. (Inlander)

Dozens of spectators watched the cutting of the U.S. Capitol Christmas tree, harvested Friday near Usk, Wash. (Inlander)


Washington state prison officials taking new approach to incarcerating women. (Seattle Times)

Man dead and police officer shot after suspect sets his house on fire in Oregon. (Oregonian)

Airport and investigators look for answers after LAX shooting. (LA Times)


Former Egyptian President Mohammed Morsi goes on trial in Cairo. (BBC)

Pakistani Taliban leader killed by drone last week becoming sympathetic symbol of drone opposition. (NY Times)

More than $1.35 billion in priceless art stolen by Nazis now found in Munich apartment building. (Reuters)

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Staff writer Jacob Jones covers criminal justice, natural resources, military issues and organized labor for the Inlander.