Thursday, October 30, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Sheriff assault, nuclear lawsuit and food truck camels

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Spokane County Sheriff Knezovich disputes minor assault allegation leveled by former undersheriff. (KXLY)

City Council prohibits inquiries into immigration status by police and other city employees. (S-R)

Apparently Spokane's food truck scene has been lacking one thing — camels. But no more. (KREM)


New development pushing homeless camp off property near Target in Coeur d'Alene this week. (CdAPress)

Environmental groups planning lawsuit over Hanford impacts on Columbia River system. (Yakima Herald-Republic)

Portland ends free disabled parking amid widespread abuse. (Oregonian)


Quarantined nurse takes bike ride, probably just to piss people off. (NYT)

U.S. economy grows at strongest six-month rate since 2003. (WaPost)

Israel closes access to holy site in Jerusalem, sparking new clashes. (BBC

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