Wednesday, March 25, 2015

MB: Superfund grain elevators, cheese + ketchup, new Ford car prevents speeding

Posted By on Wed, Mar 25, 2015 at 9:48 AM


HERE

The EPA wants a grain elevator in Freeman, south of Spokane, to be named a Superfund site because of a toxic pesticide leaching into groundwater. (Spokesman-Review)

Idaho's Schoolnet instructional management system is a bigger failure than anyone thought. (Inlander)

A driver crashed her SUV into the Apple Tree Inn at Division and Hawthorne. (KXLY)

A women yesterday thought to have been suffering from a drug overdose but who had actually been shot has died from her injuries. (Spokesman-Review)

THERE

Two police officers, one in California and one in Wisconsin, were shot and killed yesterday as they responded to incidents. (CNN)

Cheese and ketchup unite in a mega-merger of Heinz and Kraft. (Washington Post)

Ford is introducing a new car that would prevent drivers from speeding. (CNN)

Boko Haram is still abducting women and children in Nigeria — the latest incident includes more than 400 people. (Wall Street Journal)

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