Thursday, December 4, 2014

MB: U.S. birthrates hit new low, more protests and Travolta says thanks

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A third Salvation Army donation kettle has been stolen in the Inland Northwest this holiday season. (KREM)

A Spokane Valley man is charged with two counts of first-degree murder and unlawful possession of a firearm in killing his two uncles last month. (S-R)

John Travolta enjoyed his time in Coeur d’Alene last week. (CdAPress)

Killing wolves to protect livestock doesn’t work in long run, a new WSU study says. (ST)

NASA cancels the Orion spacecraft launch this morning; say they’ll try tomorrow. They plan to someday use the vessel as transport to Mars. (NPR)

U.S. birthrate hits a new low as more couples delay having children. (LAT)

Protests in support of Eric Garner erupted all over America after a New York grand jury declined to indict a police officer for the man’s death. (WaPo)

After a scorching drought this summer, torrential rains hit California causing mass floods and mudslides. (LAT)

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