Wednesday, October 29, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Murder arrest, rocket explodes and asbestos dumping

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Jury acquits Spokane County sheriff's deputy of insurance fraud charges stemming from trailer and carport damage. (S-R)

Spokane police arrest suspect in fatal Browne's Addition stabbing. (KXLY)

Someone was nice enough to dump multiple plastic bags of asbestos along a residential street. (KREM)


Kootenai County commissioners moving quickly to replace Coeur d'Alene Airport manager who they recent fired after 20 years of service. (CdA Press)

Archaeologists start study of shell deposit that halted tunnel dig. (Seattle Times)

Lack of mental health services in Idaho funnels patients into hospitals. (Idaho Statesman)


An unmanned resupply rocket headed to Internationals Space Station blows up during liftoff. (WaPost)

With election approaching, second wave of states weighing marijuana legalization. (NYT)

Ebola infections slowing in hard-hit Liberia. (BBC)

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Staff writer Jacob Jones covers criminal justice, natural resources, military issues and organized labor for the Inlander.