Questions linger for Ridpath tenants, new party rules for WSU's Greek system, and other headlines


NEWS: Don't count KXLY anchor Nadine Woodward out of the mayoral race yet, despite what a certain Spokesman-Review headline says.

NEWS: You may not know this, but there are people living in the Ridpath. What does it mean for them that the visionary trying to reinvent the building is facing a criminal indictment?

NEWS: We take a look at how the government shutdown impacts Northwest tribes, parks and vulnerable people.


Party foul
WSU fraternity and sorority leaders came up with a system to keep parties safer this syllabus week: Keep all those crazy non-Greek students out of the party. (KXLY)

Making the rounds
Gasp! Spokane Valley is getting another roundabout, this one at the Barker Road and I-90 interchange. (Spokesman-Review)

Changing course
Idaho Gov. Brad Little announced yesterday that the Idaho Department of Correction appealed a court order that said the state had to provide gender reassignment surgery to an inmate. (Idaho Statesman)

Get with the times
The people sharing the most fake news on Facebook are those who are 65 and older, a study has found. (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.