Tuesday, April 28, 2015

MB: Troublesome bear killed, EWU frat investigated, Minecraft's new leading lady

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Washington Fish and Wildlife officers killed a black bear that's been causing a ruckus in the Five Mile area. (Spokesman-Review)

The University High School student responsible for three recent bomb threats at the school was caught on camera leaving a bathroom where the threats were written. (KXLY)

One of the first projects as part of the Riverfront Park Master Plan approved last fall is updating and repairing bridges throughout the park. (KREM)

The EWU chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity is being investigated for allegations of misconduct. (Spokesman-Review) 


Neighborhoods in Baltimore were hit by arson and riots last night, fueled by anger over the police-custody death of 25-year-old black resident Freddie Gray. The National Guard was also called in yesterday. (New York Times) 

The latest numbers in Nepal: 4,600+ dead, 9,000+ injured and 8 million people affected. (CNN)

This year's Tony Award nominations are out! (LA Times)


Tomorrow, the immensely popular game amongst kids and adults alike introduces Alex, a default female character to join the long-time playable guy Steve. (Salon)

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