Friday, January 9, 2015

MB: Trial rescheduled for Belton murder suspect; French terror suspects killed

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The murder trial Demetrius Glenn, the second suspect accused of killing WWII vet Delbert Belton, has been pushed back to March 10. It was originally scheduled to begin on Monday.

Police are searching for a gunman who shot and seriously injured a man in northeast Spokane. (KXLY)

In 2014, Spokane's Parks and Recreation Department spent $50,000 cleaning up park vandalism. (KREM) 


The two brothers wanted in the deadly terrorist attack at the Charlie Hebdo office were killed in stand-off with French security forces. (CNN)

Police also freed multiple hostages at a Paris grocery store after killing a separate gunman linked to the Charlie Hebdo attack. (USA Today)

This afternoon, President Obama will unveil a proposal making community college tuition-free for eligible students. Approximately nine million students a year could benefit under his program. (Washington Post)

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