Student shares nightmare of social media threats, Biden runs for president, and other headlines

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COVER: A Lewis and Clark student was targeted by social media threats repeatedly in the last year, causing her terror. This is her story.

NEWS: The city of Spokane quietly dropped a sexual harassment investigation. Now, they regret it.


NEWS: A luxury electric car company — no, not Tesla — wants to move in near the Spokane airport.

IN OTHER NEWS...

Hearing from the people
The Spokane Public Schools board of directors heard all about what they shouldn't be cutting in the layoffs impacting more than 300 staff members. (Spokesman-Review)

Pride on display
Councilwoman Kate Burke wants to bring rainbow sidewalks to Spokane to celebrate Pride Month and the LGBTQ+ community. (KXLY)


Changing course
Andy Rathbun, who planned on running for mayor, announced that he's dropping that campaign to focus on running for City Council president instead. (Spokesman-Review)

Man runs for president
In the battle for America's "soul," Joe Biden is running for president. (Associated Press)

Eye for an eye
John King, the first white man sentenced to death in modern Texas history, was executed for the racist killing of a black man. (New York Times

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About The Author

Wilson Criscione is an Inlander staff writer covering education, Spokane County, Spokane Valley, and other news. He grew up in Spokane and graduated from Eastern Washington University.