Thursday, September 10, 2015

MB: Pasco officers off the hook, developments in Planned Parenthood fire

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The three Pasco police officers who shot Antonio Zambrano-Montes will not face charges. (Inlander)

Pullman police have confirmed that an object was thrown into a local Planned Parenthood shortly before a fire broke out there. (KXLY)

The U.S. Geological Survey is conducting a study of local waterways to see if they can serve as a model for how streams will respond to climate change. (CDA Press)


Scientists say they’ve found the remnants of a previously unknown and now extinct species of humans. (Guardian)

The U.S. Justice Department says it will begin prioritizing the prosecution of employees of Wall Street firms that break the law. (New York Times)

Bernie Sanders, a U.S. senator and presidential contender, is running even with Hillary Clinton in the early nominating state of Iowa for the first time, according to a new poll. (CNN)

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