Monday, November 13, 2017

Quake kills 400+ in Iran, Iraq, driver accused of killing pedestrian arrested, morning headlines

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FOOD: Maryhill Winery's new tasting room in Kendall Yards (Hey, neighbor!) opens next weekend. Check out Chey Scott's inside scoop, plus some interesting Thanksgiving recipes.

click to enlarge Quake kills 400+ in Iran, Iraq, driver accused of killing pedestrian arrested, morning headlines (2)
Local beekeeper Will Olson says some of his fellow beekeepers have put GPS trackers in hives to prevent theft.
NEWS: Did you know that bees are brought from all over the country (including here) to help pollinate California almonds? Or that there are bee thieves?!


Earthquake kills more than 400 in Iran & Iraq
A 7.3-magnitude quake on the Iran-Iraq border Sunday night destroyed buildings, killed more than 400, and injured thousands. (New York Times)

Spokane police arrest truck driver accused of striking, killing woman

Spokane police have arrested the driver of a pickup truck accused of hitting and killing a woman at East Holland Avenue and North Colton Street on Saturday night, then fleeing the scene. (Spokesman-Review)

Freedom of speech... or nah
The Supreme Court announced it will hear three First Amendment cases at the start of next year, the Washington Post reports, including a California case regarding whether the state is legally requiring crisis pregnancy centers, which typically push women to keep pregnancies, to also provide information on the state's contraception and abortion services.

Guinea pigs for gas tax replacement?
Washington state is still looking for about 1,000 volunteers to test a new method of taxing people to pay for roads (eventually by miles driven, rather than gallons of gas purchased); they want people from both rural and urban areas, with low and high gas mileage, the Yakima Herald reports.

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Samantha Wohlfeil covers the environment, rural communities and cultural issues for the Inlander. Since joining the paper in 2017, she's reported how the weeks after getting out of prison can be deadly, how some terminally ill Eastern Washington patients have struggled to access lethal medication, and other sensitive...