Wednesday, February 11, 2015

MB: Three UNC students killed, Mt. Spokane temporarily closes, local school bonds/levies passing

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Prosecutors won't seek the death penalty against the six defendants in the 2013 murder of Spokane businessman Douglas Carlile. (KREM)

Mt. Spokane Ski & Snowboard Park has been forced to temporarily close due to unseasonably warm temperatures. (Inlander)

City Council President Ben Stuckart is asking councilman Mike Fagan to leave his position with the county health board after Fagan's recent comments questioning the use of vaccines. (Spokesman-Review)

Bonds and levies for most of the area's school districts appeared to be approved by voters as of last night, yet bond measures for Nine Mile Falls, Orchard Prairie and Cheney were failing. (Spokesman-Review)


A man in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, has been accused of shooting and killing three Muslim students last night at the University of North Carolina in what is believed to be a dispute over parking. (CNN)

President Obama is asking Congress to authorize a three-year, limited-scale military campaign against the ISIS terrorist group in the Middle East. (New York Times)

NBC has suspended Nightly News anchor Brian Williams for six months without pay after the fallout over Williams' apparent exaggerations of his coverage of the Iraq War. (Washington Post)

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Chey Scott

Chey Scott is the Inlander's Arts and Culture Editor and editor of the Inlander's yearly, glossy magazine, the Annual Manual. Chey (pronounced "Shay") is a lifelong resident of the Spokane area and a graduate of Washington State University. She's been on staff at the Inlander since 2012...