New measles case in Idaho, Trump in France for 75th D-Day anniversary, and other headlines


COVER: Music and film editor Nathan Weinbender spent some time with local drag queens, giving a peek into what drag is and why people do it.

NEWS: Nadine Woodward, the former TV news anchor now running for mayor, has decided she won't talk to the Inlander.

NEWS: A Spokane special ed teacher — the husband of the local union president —  had allegations of verbal or physical abuse involving students at two different schools before being hired by Spokane Public Schools. Now, his use of isolation and restraint at Shadle Park High School is being questioned.


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Measling into Idaho
A new case of measles — the disease making a comeback because people started thinking they were smarter than doctors — has been confirmed in Latah County in Idaho. (Idaho Statesman)

Now a homicide investigation
A woman's body was found in the apartment of a missing Spokane woman's apartment. The missing woman's husband flew out of the country on May 28. (KXLY)

Staying in the game
Avoiding the possibility that Hoopfest moves somewhere else, Spokane has agreed to pay a larger share of security costs for the 3-on-3 basketball tournament. (Spokesman-Review)

D-Day anniversary
President Trump is in France paying tribute to those who stormed Normandy on the 75th anniversary of D-Day. (New York Times

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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.