House endorses Trump impeachment, more wildfires burn California, and other headlines


NEWS: Watch a Spokane Police officer tell a man "I'm going to f—-ing kill you" before hoisting a police dog into a car to drag him out.

NEWS: Facebook said they'd ban political ads in Washington state. But politicians in Spokane ran them anyway.


Lying for transparency
Was Fuse justified in pretending to be someone else in order to learn more about Nadine Woodward's political leanings? (Spokesman-Review)

Ghosts of Spokane's past
This Halloween, check out some of the most haunted places in the area. (KREM)

Impeachment moves forward
The House voted today to endorse the impeachment inquiry into President Trump, the third time in modern history the House has taken a vote on an impeachment inquiry into a sitting president. (New York Times)

More California wildfires
As if it weren't already bad enough, there were new wildfires in Southern California fueled by strong winds that are burning homes and forcing evacuations. (Associated Press

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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.