Monday, September 8, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Drive-by shooting, Mars Hill merging and a meteorite

Posted By on Mon, Sep 8, 2014 at 9:41 AM


Spokane Police arrest a drive-by shooting suspect after a man was shot in the arm near North Mayfair on Sunday. (KXLY)

Air Force report finds recent friendly fire bombing that killed U.S. Army Cpl. Justin Clouse was "avoidable." (S-R)

Protestors call for firing of Coeur d'Alene police officer who shot dog after review finds shooting violated policy. (KREM/Inlander)


Mars Hill network merging churches and cutting jobs. (Seattle Times)

Idaho education Superintendent Tom Luna gave out $271,000 in bonuses in efforts to retain senior staff. (Idaho Education News)

Thousands of Oregon residents may owe extra money in taxes due to Cover Oregon healthcare exchange errors. (Oregonian)


Destroying ISIS may take years of sustained effort, lingering into next president's term. (NYT)

Hundreds of children hospitalized across U.S. with dangerous respiratory illness. (WaPost)

A small meteorite came down Saturday night in the capitol of Nicaragua. (BBC)

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