Monday, February 16, 2015

MB: Drone rules; ISIS mass beheadings; Copenhagen gunman killed

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The trial for Eldon Gale Samuel III, the Coeur d’Alene teenager accused of killing his father and younger brother, will move forward in Kootenai County. (Spokesman-Review)

Nearly 90 percent of Spokane city employees are making more than $42,092 a year, Spokane's median household income. (Spokesman-Review)

A rare birth defect known as anencephaly is on the rise in Central Washington. (Seattle Times)


The Federal Aviation Administration proposed new drone regulations over the weekend and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos probably isn't a fan. (ABC)

An online video posted Sunday night showed members of the Islamic State in Libya beheading more than a dozen Egyptian Christians. In retaliation, the Egyptian military has launched airstrikes in Libya. (New York Times)

A gunman attacked a free-speech event and a synagogue in Copenhagen this weekend, killing two people and wounding five others before he was shot dead by police. The 22-year-old Danish man had been recently released from prison. (Wall Street Journal)

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