Friday, January 31, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: State of the City addressed, Amanda Knox convicted, 12th grandmas

Posted By on Fri, Jan 31, 2014 at 9:33 AM


Yesterday, Spokane Mayor David Condon broke tradition by giving his annual State of the City address to upperclassmen at North Central High School, among others. (S-R)

Sergeant Chet Gilmore with the Spokane Police Department was put on administrative leave Wednesday pending an internal investigation. (KREM)

Coeur d'Alene city police cut off a knife-selling booth Thursday in the parking lot of a convenience store across the street from a Middle School. (CDP)


Yes, the Amanda Knox case is still dragging on. Yesterday an Italian court convicted her and her ex-boyfriend for a second time. (ST)

Glad to not be on a boat this time of year as a stomach bug hits a second cruise ship. (CNN)


Milwaukee violinist’s Stradivarius, worth well over seven figures, was stolen directly from him earlier this week. (NYT)


Get excited! Super Bowl events found around the Inland Northwest. (Inlander)

In Washington State, the young and old alike are proud to support their Seahawks. Check out these awesome 12th grandmas and grandpas at Fairwinds-Spokane Retirement Community below. Notice the Seahawks poster found in this week’s Inlander in the back.

Fairwinds-Spokane Retirement Community

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