A demolition ban in the Browne's Addition
neighborhood remains in place after a unanimous City Council vote in favor a moratorium.
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IN OTHER NEWS
'You just body-slammed me and broke my glasses'
A Republican congressional candidate in Montana body-slammed a reporter for the Guardian
Wednesday night on the eve of the state's special election as the journalist persisted in asking a question about the GOP health care plan. Guardian political reporter Ben Jacobs' account was corroborated by a Fox News crew
who witnessed the incident.
Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson claimed in an interview
that poverty is a "state of mind." Seriously. (CNN)
Chief of flames
Mayor David Condon names Brian Schaeffer the next chief
of the Spokane Fire Department. (Spokesman-Review
Plugging the leaks
The New York Times obtained
, apparently through U.S. government leaks, photographic evidence of the scene of Monday's deadly terrorist attack in Manchester, England. British Prime Minister Theresa May is not happy about it, while President Trump says he will "get to the bottom"
of the leaks and wants those responsible prosecuted. (The Telegraph