MORNING BRIEFING: Serial killers, death with dignity and a Chicago skyline tightrope


Police continue to investigate a double-homicide in Spokane Valley over the weekend. (KXLY)

Meanwhile, Moses Lake police are looking into a drive-by shooting. (KXLY)

Delta's expansion in the Northwest means more flights out of Spokane. (Spokesman-Review)


"Death with dignity" advocate Brittany Maynard died with her family at her side Saturday in Portland. (KHQ)

Washington state's U.S. senators will lose clout if the GOP wins control of the Senate Tuesday. (Yakima H-R)

Good news for Fido: UW scientists are working on an anti-aging drug for dogs. (Seattle Times)


Did you see the guy tightrope-walking across Chicago's skyline Sunday night? (Washington Post)

Control of the U.S. Senate could come down to races in Louisiana and Georgia. (New York Times)

Ever wonder what it's like to be the child of a serial killer? Here you go—happy Monday! (BBC)