Monday, September 19, 2016

Hero thieves, villainous football players and other morning headlines

Posted By on Mon, Sep 19, 2016 at 9:38 AM


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Ready to Rummmmbbllle
click to enlarge Mayor David Condon wants to see fewer of these. Thieves, not hamburgers.
  • Mayor David Condon wants to see fewer of these. Thieves, not hamburgers.
Our education reporter has a big summary of all the trouble that the fightin' Cougar football players have gotten into off the field

Piping Up 

We have a roundup, complete with pictures, of the recent North Dakota pipeline protests

Slammin' and Jammin'

Tonight's head-to-head poetry slam and other cool events this week

HERE

Shea's Shade
Rep Matt Shea and Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich's long-running feud continues, with Shea speculating, without evidence, that a sheriff's deputy was tied to a triple-homicide case. [Spokesman-Review

Unthickening Thieves
Mayor David Condon wants to pour more money into fighting property crime, and hopefully finding my three stolen bikes. [Spokesman-Review]

Para-thetical!

A Spokane Paralympian has won gold — and broken the world record— in the discus throw. Nice work all around, people. [KXLY] 

THERE

Water under the Bridge over Troubled Water

Yeah, prosecutors say, Chris Christie totally knew about the bridge lane closures. And so does the defense. [New York Times

The Heroes of De Blasio's New York

Thieves in New York and New Jersey helped foil a terrorist's bombing attempts. [DNAInfo]

If the glove fits...

The People vs. OJ wins big at the Emmy's. [The Atlantic

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