Bernie and Biden close in Washington, King County emergency funds, and other headlines


MUSIC: We went to the Tool show in Spokane on Monday night. Here's how it went down (plus some photos).

NEWS: Spokane Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich is upset about a new law that requires independent investigations of officer-involved shootings. “It was politically motivated and politically driven,” Knezovich said on Monday, referring to the law.

COVID-19: "Thousands of nursing homes and assisted-living centers across the United States are becoming islands of isolation as public-health officials take unprecedented steps to lock them down to protect elderly and infirm residents from the extreme threat posed by the coronavirus," the New York Times reports.


Neck and neck in WA
Bernie Sanders and Joe Biden were nearly tied in Washington's primary election after the first ballots were counted. (Spokesman-Review)

But not in ID
The same can't be said in Idaho, where Biden has won. (Idaho Statesman)

Zags gone done did it again
The Zags are the WCC Tournament championship winners after defeating the Gaels, 84-66. The Spokesman's take here

Coronavirus update
King County has approved millions in emergency funds for quarantine facilities. (Seattle Times)

An unidentified Spokane man donated thousands of dollars to the white nationalist group VDARE through the Innovia Foundation, the Spokesman-Review reports. 

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.