Man rescued in Silver Mountain avalanche shares story, Spokane school board approves Monsters of Rock 2020, and other headlines

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Under the snow
A man buried in the avalanche at Silver Mountain recounts the harrowing experience. (Spokesman-Review)

They're not monsters
Spokane Public Schools gave tentative approval for the Monsters of Rock 2020 concert at the soon-to-be-demolished Albi Stadium. (Spokesman-Review)

Mild no more
If you thought we were going to get out of this winter without a serious snowstorm, you thought wrong. Snow is on the way Friday. (KXLY)


Iran strikes harsh tone
Trump may have tried to de-escalate the tension with Iran in his speech, but Iranian officials might still be looking for revenge. (New York Times)

Conflicting reports
Iran says the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed, killing 176 people on board, was on fire and was trying to turn back to the airport. Ukraine, however, isn't ruling out a missile strike. (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.