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Protesters stand with homeless at City Hall, Huskies win Apple Cup, and other headlines 

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click to enlarge Washington punter Joel Whitford and long snapper A.J. Carty carry the school flag after their team defeated Washington State 28-15 on Nov. 23. - YOUNG KWAK
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  • Washington punter Joel Whitford and long snapper A.J. Carty carry the school flag after their team defeated Washington State 28-15 on Nov. 23.
Huskies prevail in snowy Apple Cup

The Cougs lost to the Huskies during a super snowy Apple Cup game on Friday, dashing WSU's Rose Bowl hopes, although the team will still make it to a bowl game. (KXLY)

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Activists plan to block homeless eviction outside City Hall
After homeless protesters who are against Spokane's sit-lie ordinance were told they can't camp in front of City Hall, other activists planned to rally around them this morning to prevent the city from moving them along. (Spokesman-Review)

Tear gas deployed as migrants try to pass into San Diego
In attempts to push back a group of people trying to pass from Mexico into the United States, U.S. border protection officers used tear gas to keep the group from moving toward barricades. (New York Times)
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