Friday, October 10, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Police search for hit-and-run suspect, and the Nobel Peace Prize goes to...

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Police are looking for the driver who hit and injured a 14-year-old teenager on the crosswalk at Maxwell and Ash. (KXLY)

The two Okanogan County teenagers who were missing earlier this week have been charged with the murder of Patrick M. Alltus, one of the teens' uncles. (KREM)

About 70 people rallied downtown yesterday to protest former secretary of state Condoleezza Rice's appearance at Whitworth University's President's Leadership Forum. (Inlander)


Vice President Joe Biden paid a visit to a community college in Renton, Wash., yesterday. (Seattle Times)

The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to Kailash Satyarthi, for protesting child slavery in India, and Malala Yousafzai, for advocating girls' education in Pakistan. (CNN)

The Supreme Court blocked Wisconsin's controversial voter ID law. Meanwhile in Texas, a federal judge stopped the state from implementing its voter ID law, equating it with an “unconstitutional poll tax.” (WaPo)

Where in the world is Kim Jong-un? (NYT)
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