MORNING BRIEFING: EPA agents raid a North Idaho plumbing business and the U.S. will stop buying land mines


The man wounded in a shootout with police on I-90 has been charged with one count of eluding a police officer. (SR)

A witness says armed EPA agents raided Hayden plumbing company The Rooter Guys, Thursday. But authorities won't say why. (CdA Press)

Yesterday's rain caused flooding at Interplayers Theatre. (KREM)

Fairchild, WorkSource Spokane and the Spokane Area Workforce Development Council will team up to help veterans find jobs. (KXLY)

North Idaho police have found a man they say tried to strangle a woman in her travel trailer on Saturday. (SR)


Ukraine has signed a trade agreement with the European Union, angering Russia. (NYT)

A D.C. think tank's new report says secretive U.S. drone use damages legal and moral norms around the world. (Al Jazeera)

You've been hearing about a lot of unaccompanied children crossing into the U.S. illegally. Here's an explainer of what you need to know about the issue. (Vox)

The U.S. will not produce or purchase any more deadly land mines, but some say the country should do more. (WaPo)

You're paying about 13 percent more for bacon than you were at this time last year. Thank a deadly pig disease. (NPR)