Tuesday, October 7, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Teenage murder suspects found, GOP debate in 4th District and more ISIS airstrikes

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A pair of teenagers wanted in connection with an Okanogan County murder were located yesterday afternoon in Oregon. (KXLY)

The debate between Republican candidates vying to represent the 4th Legislative District was filled to capacity last night. Here's what they said. (S-R)

Investigators have concluded that the April police shooting of a murder suspect in north Spokane was justified. (KREM)

Despite yesterday's Supreme Court ruling, same-sex marriages aren't legal in Idaho just yet. (Inlander)


The U.S. led a series of airstrikes against ISIS near the Syrian border town of Kobani to stop militants from seizing the town. (CNN)

Prosecutors at the Justice Department are planning to file charges against several big banks for their role in the financial crisis. (NYT)

The Nobel Prize in physics was awarded to two Japanese scientists, Isamu Akasaki and Hiroshi Amano, and American Shuji Nakamura for their work developing LED light technology. (Businessweek)

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