Providence Sacred Heart takes in five coronavirus patients, Democrats attack Bloomberg in debate, and other headlines


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Playing host
Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center will bring in five patients who have coronavirus.  (KREM)

A second look
The mysterious death of surgeon John Marshall is being reviewed by the Washington State Attorney General's Office after his widow raised concerns. (Spokesman-Review)

That sinking feeling
If you feel like you're falling ever so slowly toward the crust of the Earth while at Spokane Valley City Hall, well, you have other issues. Because the city hall building is no longer sinking. (Spokesman-Review)

Bloomberg attacked in debate
How would Democratic candidates fare in opposition to a billionaire with a record of sexual harassment and policies targeting minorities? We got a glimpse during the Democratic debate last night. (Slate)

Germany shooting kills nine
A racist German gunman who called for a "complete extermination" of some "races or cultures in our midst" opened fire and killed nine people in Germany yesterday. (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.