Wednesday, August 27, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Local schools graded, Full House reunited

Posted By on Wed, Aug 27, 2014 at 8:43 AM

Students all over Idaho rejoice: They’re getting a brand new standardized test this year. (KHQ)

Washington State has graded Spokane area schools. Only 14 percent of schools were ranked in the top two categories. (KXLY)

Land lines are a thing of the past, which is why Spokane County has devised another way to reach locals with its 911 warning system in case of emergency. (S-R)

An American journalist being held by terrorists in Syria is finally home. (CBS)

The biggest iPad ever (12.9 inches) is coming our way. (Bloomberg)

Just a brief recap: How the Islamic State is faring since declaring a caliphate. (Economist)

A new study finds that couples who smoke weed together are less likely to get into a domestic dispute. (WaPo)

A Full House reboot could be in the works! (TV Guide)

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