Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Two injured in Maryland school shooting, another bomb targets Austin and morning headlines

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SPORTS: Zach Norvell Jr. has become Gonzaga's spiritual leader.

click to enlarge Zach Norvell, the 6-foot-5 redshirt freshman, has emerged as a star in the tourney so far. - LIBBY KAMROWSKI
Libby Kamrowski
Zach Norvell, the 6-foot-5 redshirt freshman, has emerged as a star in the tourney so far.

: A hate group put up posters in downtown Spokane, but residents quickly tore them down.

NEWS: Thanks to a new law, Washington will see how it can train more nurses to collect evidence from victims of sex crimes.


School shooting in Maryland
Two students, including the gunman, are in critical condition after a shooting at a high school in Maryland. (Washington Post)

Reaching the limit
Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart wants to cap salaries of city employees at $182,000. Currently, the restriction would only apply to the police chief and the fire chief. (Spokesman-Review)

Revealing too much
Facebook's chief information security officer is leaving the company after he was met with resistance to his idea that they should disclose more about Russian interference on the platform, the New York Times reports.

Fifth bombing in Austin
Another package on its way to Austin, Texas, exploded this morning. Investigators are worried it's another attempted attack by a sophisticated "serial bomber" terrorizing the city. (Washington Post)

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