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Spokane could ban annoying high-pitched noise devices
If you're young and/or have protected your hearing, you may have heard one of the annoying, high-pitched noisemakers employed by some downtown business owners to keep people from loitering around their businesses. Spokane City Council could vote to ban those devices, the Spokesman-Review reports.

Idaho universities will freeze tuition for 2020
Rather than raise tuition, Idaho's universities will freeze their rates so students won't have an increase next year, KXLY reports.


Booster seats until middle school?
A new Washington law will require children be strapped into booster seats or car seats until they reach 4-foot-9, or 13, KREM reports.

Boeing could shut down Renton manufacturing
As issues with the Boeing 737 MAX continue to shake out, Boeing is apparently considering shutting down production of the plane in Renton, at least temporarily, the Seattle Times reports.
click to enlarge A Boeing 737 Max at the Rento­n Munic­ipal Airpo­rt in Rento­n, Wash., May 15, 2019. Boeing is facing compensation claims from the three biggest airlines in China, which have grounded dozens of 737 Max jetliners since the deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight in March. - LINDSEY WASSON/THE NEW YORK TIMES
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A Boeing 737 Max at the Rento­n Munic­ipal Airpo­rt in Rento­n, Wash., May 15, 2019. Boeing is facing compensation claims from the three biggest airlines in China, which have grounded dozens of 737 Max jetliners since the deadly crash of an Ethiopian Airlines flight in March.
 

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Samantha Wohlfeil

Samantha Wohlfeil covers the environment, rural communities and cultural issues for the Inlander. Since joining the paper in 2017, she's reported how the weeks after getting out of prison can be deadly, how some terminally ill Eastern Washington patients have struggled to access lethal medication, and other sensitive...