Monday, November 14, 2016

Norovirus, Seahawks, Trump and John Oliver: news you need to start your week

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Norovirus outbreak among Spokane's homeless
At least 40 people were being quarantined, though the illness is not uncommon and is not typically life-threatening. Symptoms of the virus include stomach pain, nausea, diarrhea, fever, headaches and body aches. (KREM)

Local sports fans welcome distraction, have something to cheer about
The Seahawks win, beating villainous Patriots. The Cougs win and the Huskies lose. And the Zags crush it in home opener.

Trump hints at agenda in 60 Minutes interview on Sunday 
Some takeaways from Trump: The Wall might just be a fence, put up in key places. He will appoint a pro-life judge to the Supreme Court. And he's still thinking about whether he'll go after Hillary Clinton and "lock her up." Find the interview here.

Also Sunday: John Oliver signs off for 2016
Reminds viewers: "This is not normal." Watch full episode below:

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Jacob H. Fries served as editor of the Inlander from 2008-2021. In that position, he oversaw editorial coverage of the paper and occasionally contributed his own writing. Before joining the paper, he wrote for numerous publications, including the Tampa Bay Times, the Boston Globe and the New York Times. He grew...