Thursday, November 6, 2014

MORNING BRIEFING: City Hall intrigue, election repercussions and murder-for-hire

Posted By on Thu, Nov 6, 2014 at 8:18 AM


Spokane's planning director resigned on Wednesday, and some believe he was pushed out of the office. (Inlander)

The VA hospital is limiting the hours it will keep its emergency room open. (KXLY)

A Spokane teacher is the only one in the state of Washington to win a prestigious Milken Award. (S-R)


Washington's U.S. senators Murray, Cantwell have new committee assignments coming. (Seattle Times)

Idaho's GOP seems pretty much invincible despite numerous campaign gaffes in 2014. (Idaho Statesman)

The state is still counting votes in the class-size initiative, and it's not quite dead yet. (Seattle Times)


The Monday morning quarterbacking for the Democrats after their disastrous election season got off to a fine start. (Washington Post)

ISIS is working in less high-profile ways. (New York Times)

Will immigration reform actually happen now that the election is over? (Al-Jazeera)


Dirty deeds done dirt cheap, and for real? AC/DC drummer Phil Rudd was arrested for trying to set up a murder-for-hire. (AP)

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Dan Nailen is the former editor of the Inlander. He's previously written and edited for The Salt Lake Tribune, Salt Lake City Weekly, Missoula Independent, Salt Lake Magazine, The Oregonian and KUER-FM. He grew up seeing the country in an Air Force family and studied at the University of Utah and University of...