Monday, December 16, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: South Hill shooting, Coeur d'Alene glass recycling and garden thievery

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Police are still looking for a man who broke into a South Hill home and killed the man living there last night. (SR)

One of the two pitbulls who killed another dog last week has been turned over to SCRAPS; the other died from internal injuries suffered during the attack. (SR/KHQ)

Police found a body in Newport City Park over the weekend. (KREM)

After worries that it might close, Coeur d'Alene's nonprofit glass recycler will stay in business after all. (CdA Press)


A New York Times reporter could face jail time for refusing to reveal the sources behind his coverage of the NSA. (NPR)

Over the weekend, Newtown, Connecticut marked the one year anniversary of the school shooting there — and asked media members to keep their distance. (CNN)

The 17-year-old student injured in last week's Colorado school shooting remains in a coma. (DP)


We know. We didn't think there was a "dark side" to community gardening either, but, according to this Modern Farmer piece, there is. (Among the horror stories, a vegetable thief in Spokane.)

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