Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Morning Briefing: Moms on meth, Seahawks dominate and civic advice from Eddie Vedder

Posted By on Tue, Dec 3, 2013 at 11:21 AM


Those rascally cyber bandits who screwed with local grocery stores' credit card processing systems have been blocked. But you should still keep an eye on your bank account. (Spokesman)

More about the people who serve coffee in their underwear and why we're supposed to care about that. (KREM)

Why would a mother and a son in Spokane Valley attack the cops? Because they were on meth, of course! (KHQ)


That Christmas tree cut from the Colville National Forest is getting all lit up tonight in Washington, D.C.

The Seattle Seahawks were all like "Hey, America. We're up in the top left corner and you better pay attention to us" on Monday Night Football last night, destroying the allegedly good New Orleans Saints. Chances of the Hawks playing their playoff games at the loudest stadium in NFL history are good. (Seattle Times)

Everyone is talking about how Amazon wants to use flying robots to deliver you the stuff you buy from Amazon.


Here is Eddie Vedder encouraging you to run for Spokane County Commissioner.

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Mike Bookey was the culture editor for The Inlander from 2012-2016. He previously held the same position at The Source Weekly in Bend, Ore.