Tuesday, March 22, 2016

Terrorist attack in Brussels, Bill Clinton in Spokane and other news to start your day

Posted By on Tue, Mar 22, 2016 at 9:11 AM

  • ELECTION: What happened when Bernie Sanders came to Spokane Sunday?
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Dozens have died in bomb explosions at the Brussels Airport and a nearby metro station. "What we feared has happened," said Belgian Prime Minister Charles Miche. ISIS has claimed responsibility for the attacks. (AP)


Bill Clinton came to Spokane on Monday, and who does he think will bring the country together after the turmoil of this year's election? Hillary Clinton, the change-maker. (Spokesman-Review)
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Bill Clinton


A suspected burglar led police on a chase before he nearly hit a KHQ employee outside its studio. The man told KHQ he's sorry, but deputies wish he would have thought about that before risking their lives. (KHQ)


The men's team may have beat Utah to advance in the NCAA Tournament, but the Utes got revenge on the Gonzaga women's basketball team last night, beating the Zags 92-77 in the Women's National Invitation Tournament and ending their season

Mead is mourning the loss of a 16-year-old girl who was struck by a car and killed on Saturday night. The 79-year-old driver could face charges depending on the outcome of the Spokane County Sheriff's Office investigation. (KREM)

Remember how the FBI claimed they couldn't unlock the iPhone used by a gunman in the San Bernardino, Calif. shooting last year without Apple's help? Well, it turns out they may be able to figure it out with the help of an "outside party." (New York Times)

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