Monday, August 15, 2016

Bolt remains fastest man alive, Milwaukee protest arrests and news to start your week

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THIS WEEK: Band of Horses, Bill & Ted, Unity in the Community and Lentil Fest
NEWS: Here are the 10 best questions community members asked new police Chief Craig Meidl at a forum
ARTS & CULTURE: Steve Martin and Martin Short will perform on the INB Performing Arts Center state on October 20
SPORTS: A farewell note from our sports writer, Howie Stalwick
MUSIC: Culture Club and friends delivered non-stop hits in Airway Heights over the weekend


Crash kills Idaho man
A 25-year-old man in St. Maries Idaho died after crashing into a tree Sunday night. A girl in the truck at the time was transported to the hospital. (KHQ)

Lookout Mountain Fire

A fire west of Wandermere burned about 19 acres and two outbuildings yesterday. (KXLY)

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Usain Bolt again claims title of fastest man alive
Bolt wins again
Usain Bolt won his third straight 100m Olympic gold medal in the, beating USA's Justin Gatlin by 0.08 seconds. 

Unrest in Milwaukee
Protests in Milwaukee over the shooting of an armed black man have led to multiple arrests. 

Flooding in Louisiana
Three people have died in Louisiana from record levels of flooding. Thousands more have been rescued in what Louisiana Gov. John Bel Edwards called a "truly historic event" that won't be over anytime soon. 

Fox ignores Ailes allegations
Fox News has spent 11 minutes of airtime on the allegations of sexual harassment against co-founder and chairman Roger Ailes since he announced his resignation. That's less time than Bill O'Reilly spent criticizing Black Lives Matter over a couple days this month, according to the Washington Post.

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Wilson Criscione is the Inlander’s news editor. Aside from writing and editing investigative news stories, he enjoys hiking, watching basketball and spending time with his wife and cat.