Amazon pulls out of NYC, Ferris resource officer resigns, and other headlines


STRANGE LOVE: Even if you're alone this Valentine's Day, not all hope is lost: People have fallen in love in the strangest ways.

NEWS: The resource officer who Spokane Public Schools hired while unaware of his history of alleged violence has resigned.

NEWS: Do you need to keep defendants in jail to make sure they make it to court? A national program says no.


Get off my driveway!
Some Spokane Valley residents are upset that the city is plowing snow onto their sidewalks and blocking the driveway. (Psst, that's how snowplows work.) (KXLY)

It's a mystery

Will it rain today? Will it snow? Yes! Maybe! Who knows! (KREM)

click to enlarge Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon - NICK COTE/THE NEW YORK TIMES
Nick Cote/The New York Times
Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon
Bezos pulls out
Amazon planned to build a new headquarters in New York City. But after opposition from local politicians, the company has pulled out. (Seattle Times)

Remembering a tragedy
The Parkland massacre was one year ago today. Has anything changed? (New York Times

Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii @ Northwest Museum of Arts & Culture

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Wilson Criscione

Wilson Criscione, born and raised in Spokane, is an Inlander staff writer covering education and social services in the Inland Northwest.