Friday, October 31, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: Body cams, plaza names and a clown ban

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Spokane officers in body cam pilot program will now record all interactions to limit officer discretion over footage. (S-R)

VA doctor ordered held on child rape charges pending trial. (KXLY)

New escape from Geiger jail facility the fifth in eight years. (KHQ)

Commission offers three names for plaza near City Hall. (Inlander)


Washington Supreme Court shifts burden of proof in rape cases. (AP)

Close to 700 people turn out to oil train public hearing in Olympia. (Olympian)

Witnesses say gray wolf spotted in Arizona near Grand Canyon. (AP)


A 48-day manhunt for man suspected of killing Pennsylvania state trooper ends peacefully. (WaPost)

French town bans clowns because they're creepy. Why doesn't everyone do that? (BBC)

HAPPY HALLOWEEN: Here's what's actually in your candy. (NYT)

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