Monday, April 21, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Emergency landing, stowaway teen and Boston Marathon

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Both drivers in a two-vehicle rollover crash near Elk may have been driving under the influence, investigators say. One vehicle had multiple children inside, but injuries have not been released. A man suffered critical injuries in a separate crash this morning in downtown Spokane. (KXLY)

Spokane County plans to hire WSU assistant professor to help implement criminal justice reforms. (S-R)

Pilot survives emergency landing on Sunday near Spangle. (KREM)


Oso mudslide death toll rises to 41 as President Obama prepares to visit on Tuesday. (Everett Herald)

A 12-year-old Boy Scout died in Silverdale when a log rolled over him on Saturday morning. (Seattle Times)

Proposed FDA rule on brewery waste grain would raise costs, end livestock feed partnerships. (Oregonian)


Authorities say a 16-year-old California boy miraculously survived flight to Hawaii after stowing away in plane wheel well. (LA Times)

Boston holds marathon under tight security one year after deadly bombing attack. (Boston Globe)

Sherpas on Mt. Everest demand better insurance, compensation in wake of mountain’s deadliest climbing incident. (BBC)

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