Friday, April 25, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Double shooting, Idaho sovereignty and Bundy comments

Posted By on Fri, Apr 25, 2014 at 10:06 AM


Double non-fatal shooting in Spokane Valley may have gang connections. (KXLY)

Spokane detectives leading investigation into Liberty Lake police officer's death in apparent vehicle crash this morning. (KREM)

Idaho arguing it cannot be sued over alleged "license-plate profiling" because state has sovereign immunity. (S-R)

National Labor Relations Board files complaint against Deaconess and Valley hospitals over union dispute. (Inlander)


Bodies of father and son in Coeur d'Alene double murder still not buried a month later due to family conflict. (CDA Press)

Woman praised for saving one child from fire while another later died now arrested on arson charge in case. (Seattle Times)

Judges say new court computer system in Montana has caused "chaos and confusion." (Missoulian)


Controversial Nevada rancher, who local Rep. Matt Shea recently visited to offer support, continues commenting on his comments, this time taking off his boot and waving it at cameras. (WaPost)

Half of the expedition teams on Mount Everest leaving amid uncertainty of climbing season following deadly avalanche. (BBC)

A failed trade agreement creates new challenges for Obama in Japan and Middle East. (NYTimes)

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