The big stories of this morning

In Case you missed it from the Inlander:
- Spokane police shooting justified in case of a speeding stalker in a Monte Carlo
- Graying farms raise worry for agriculture

Sorry tea lovers, it’s National Coffee Day today.
Here are some of the places around the area serving up free or near-free java in celebration. (KHQ)

A Stevens County man killed his half-brother with an arrow.
When deputies arrived on the scene Monday afternoon, Brian Brodie, of Chewelah, was bleeding heavily from an apparent arrow wound. At that time, Brodie was not responsive. His half-brother Raymond Rudd was then taken into custody. (KREM)

The Mariners hire a new general manager.
Not to say this will ease any of the team’s troubles, but the new GM Jerry Dipoto (fresh from the Angels) does fit the “young, analytical, computer-nerd type’’ bill that the franchise’s ownership was looking for. (Seattle Times)

Volkswagen is trying to clear the air and its name.
After its diesel-emissions cheating scandal, the car company is prepared to refit all of the affected cars with updated engine software, which is as many as 11 million cars. Not helping their plight: airbag recalls.

Trevor Noah’s version of The Daily Show debuted last night.
And it didn’t go terrible.