Tuesday, October 14, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Myst makes great TV, El Nino on the move, Kim Jong Un reappears

Posted By on Tue, Oct 14, 2014 at 9:11 AM


Myst, the popular Spokane-made video game that became a cultural icon, will be made into a live-action TV series. (S-R) Last year we wrote a profile on Cyan, the company that created the game. Read that here. (INLANDER)

Property crime in Spokane reaches a new low. (KHQ)

We may be getting less snow than usual in the coming months thanks to El Nino. (KREM)

Washington state nurses admit they don’t feel prepared to handle the Ebola virus, in a statewide poll. (ST)

In case you were concerned he was gone forever … Kim Jong Un has reappeared after a month missing. (REUTERS)

Converse, the century old American shoe company, is sick of other brands copying its kicks, bringing on a lawsuit. (NYT)

El Salvador gets hit with a 7.4-magnatude earthquake. (CNN)

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