NEWS: Two mothers united in grief over their sons who were both killed in police shootings this year protested outside the Spokane County courthouse last week to ask where the accountability was in their cases, in which officers were not charged.
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Protests break out in Bolivia as president resigns
After a disputed election, the president of Bolivia resigned Sunday as protests and looting broke out across the capital and political rivals vowed to call for new elections on Monday, the New York Times reports.
Founders of nonprofit receiving scrutiny get racist threat thrown through home’s window
The founders of Jewels Helping Hands, the nonprofit selected to run Spokane’s emergency warming shelters this winter, said they had a rock with a racist threat thrown through their window over the weekend, KREM reports. The nonprofit has come under scrutiny this week as questions were raised about both founders’ potential and real abuse of money in former jobs.
I-976 could cause legislative scramble
After voters signaled for the third time they want $30 car tabs, legislators and state officials were already scrambling to figure out how Washington can handle the expected $4 billion blow to transportation project funding over the next six years, the Spokesman-Review reports.