'Send her back' chants break out at Trump rally, Spokane Public Schools to dip into reserve funds, and other headlines


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Rainy days are here
The Spokane Public Schools board voted to dip into its reserve funds as the district tries to minimize the effects of budget cuts. But the board hasn't decided what to spend those reserve funds on yet. (Spokesman-Review)

Dangerous rocks
A Spokane man died in a cliff-jumping accident in Long Lake. (Spokesman-Review)

Escape ends quickly
A woman was found dead in North Spokane yesterday, and the man police believe is responsible was found in Montana. (KXLY)
'Send her back' chants break out
At a Trump rally yesterday, days after Trump's racist comments targeting congresswomen, the crowd started yelling "send her back" in reference to Rep. Ilhan Omar. Here's how GOP lawmakers are responding. (Politico)

Russian app terrifying Democrats
The Democratic National Committee is warning presidential campaigns to delete FaceApp, the app everyone is using to make themselves look older. (Washington Post

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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.