Public records slow in Spokane, local porn actress accused in attempted murder-for-hire, and other headlines

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NEWS: The location of sexual predators on Gonzaga's campus has been revealed before Reveal's big piece this weekend. So how is it that Gonzaga President Thayne McCulloh didn't know about it?

NEWS: By the time you finish reading this article on Spokane's slow public records system, well, they probably won't have made any progress releasing records.


IN OTHER NEWS...

Paying for it
A Post Falls porn actress was arrested at the Spokane International Airport yesterday because she allegedly tried to hire someone to kill a person. (Spokesman-Review)

Wells, wells, wells...
Ron Wells, the Spokane developer who is currently renovating the Ridpath Hotel, was indicted yesterday for allegedly staging a car crash to get insurance money. (Spokesman-Review)

Time out
After Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson sued Facebook and Google for failing to follow state laws on political advertising transparency, the tech giants will halt all political ads for state and local races in Washington. (Seattle Times)


Putin's nod of approval
President Trump announced the withdrawal of American troops from Syria, to the delight of Vladimir Putin. (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.