Washington's attorney general is taking opioid distributors to task for their role in the opioid crisis, alleging that suspicious orders that could've indicated pill mills weren't reported to law enforcement
FOOD & DRINK: Pathfinder cafe offers up a selection of healthy bites and tasty coffee
on the South Hill, with an eye on sustainability and biking (the shop adjoins Wheel Sport).
IN OTHER NEWS...
Ordinary people help stop deadliest attack in modern New Zealand's history
After a gunman killed dozens of people at one mosque and started attacking people praying at another in Christchurch, New Zealand Friday, one man ran at the shooter, throwing a credit card machine and chasing him out of the space with a shotgun he'd dropped, the New York Times
reports. A woman at the first mosque helped others hide, costing her own life. Authorities said the attack, which killed 50, could have been even worse
if not for the actions of those untrained victims.
Bump stock buyback events in Spokane this week
With bump stocks becoming illegal at the end of the week, Washington State Patrol offices are holding buyback events in coming days
where people can turn in the devices for $150, KREM reports.
Critical oversight function left to Boeing led to flawed analysis for planes involved in deadly crashes
In a watchdog report it was working on before a second Boeing 737 Max crashed in Ethiopia last week killing everyone on board, the Seattle Times
reports that the Federal Aviation Administration let Boeing perform more safety analysis than normal while the plane was being readied for service, which led to analysis that understated problems with a flight control function on the planes