Spokane housing prices leveling off, U.S. remembers 9/11 and other headlines

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CULTURE: Did you miss the rodeo at the Spokane Interstate Fair this weekend? Don't worry, we didn't.

NATION: Who needs an expensive political ad when you can make a social media video that goes viral?

NEWS: Why is the opening of the University District Gateway Bridge delayed? The main reason is a mistake with the cables.


Housing market slowing
The Spokane housing market has been climbing higher and higher, but there's some indication that the market may be leveling off. (Spokesman-Review)

Jail deaths spark protest
Eight people have died while in custody at the Spokane County Jail in the last 14 months. It's sparked a demonstration tonight from community members who will walk from Salem Lutheran Church to the Spokane County Courthouse to draw attention to the issue. (Spokesman-Review)

Mistake on the lake
Somebody built a big garage in the middle of the bay at Lake Coeur d'Alene, and neighbors are pissed. They're now hoping Idaho's Supreme Court will take their side. (KREM)

Gangs of New York
A 15-year-old boy in New York was brutally murdered by a gang of men with knives and machetes. The New York Times analyzed footage of the murder and explains the gang violence in the city.

9/11 remembered
Seventeen years ago, 9/11 happened. But still today, Americans haven't forgotten. (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.