Tuesday, March 8, 2016

Zags move on, Trump loves potatoes, Idaho's primary and other morning headlines

Posted By on Tue, Mar 8, 2016 at 9:21 AM

On to Saint Mary's 
The run-down, injured Gonzaga Bulldogs gutted out an 88-84 victory over BYU last night, keeping the Zags' hopes of an NCAA Tournament bid alive. They play Saint Mary's tonight for the WCC championship. 

Little Tuesday
Idaho voters will go to the polls for the Republican primary today with the knowledge that Donald Trump loves the state's potatoes. Ted Cruz, in case you missed it, campaigned in Coeur d'Alene on Saturday, and Marco Rubio has visited Boise and Idaho Falls. Rubio told KXLY yesterday that if he wins Idaho "it's going to shake up this race." But he probably won't

Hotel held responsible
A jury found the hotel where a stalker shot a nude video of sportscaster Erin Andrews liable Monday, awarding Andrews $55 million in damages. (Rueters

Could have been even worse

Kyle Odom, the shooter of Coeur d'Alene pastor Tim Remington, was armed inside the church before shooting at Remington six times, according to police. Remington is in fair condition at Kootenai Health, and Odom is still at large. (Spokesman-Review)

Lesson not learned

A woman was arrested for burglary, released, and arrested for burglary again three days later, Spokane police say.

Flossie on SNL 
Saturday Night Live's Kate McKinnon over the weekend did her best impersonation of 110-year-old Cheney resident Flossie Dickey, who probably didn't care, not one bit. 

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