Sondland testifies 'yes' to quid pro quo, Zags face first real fight, and other headlines


NEWS: An expert tells the Inlander that a controversial arrest involving a K-9 was "lawful but awful."

NATION: The White House is attacking its Ukraine expert as he says President Trump's call with Ukraine President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was "inappropriate."


A real challenge
The Zags defeated University of Texas-Arlington on Monday night, 72-66, in the first real challenge of the season. (Spokesman-Review)

"The answer is yes"
Trump's top Europe envoy, Gordon Sondland, tells impeachment investigators there was indeed a "quid pro quo" in President Trump's Ukrainian dealings. (Politico)

Israeli strikes
Israel launched wide-scale attacks against Iranian targets in Syria on Tuesday. (BBC)

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Quinn Welsch

Quinn Welsch is the copy editor of the Inlander.