Thursday, July 5, 2018

Protester climbs the Statue of Liberty, local teacher wants to be an American Ninja and other morning headlines

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City Council president and mayoral candidate Ben Stuckart would like to see a taller, denser Spokane. 
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Lady Liberty
A woman climbed the base of the Statue of Liberty on the Fourth of July to protest the separation of migrant families. (CNN)

Ninja mom
A Spokane teacher is looking to become the first mother to complete the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course. (Spokesman-Review)

Flashing lights
Newly installed flashing LED lights near the House of Charity shelter will alert downtown drivers to pedestrians crossing at Browne and Pacific and Division and Pacific. (KXLY)

Spokane is sad
A recent study found that Spokane has a higher rate of depression than the state and the U.S. (Spokesman-Review)
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