Spokane Public Schools decides against levy, Gonzaga students in Italy recalled due to coronavirus, and other headlines


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Spokane Public Schools rejects levy
A divided Spokane Public Schools board voted against asking voters for more money in a supplemental levy. (Spokesman-Review)

Stirring up a storm
The former wastewater director for the city of Spokane doesn't think the city's plan to prevent sewage from entering the river will work. (Spokesman-Review)

Coming back home
Gonzaga has recalled students in its study-abroad program in Italy because of coronavirus.  (KXLY)

Center of attention
President Trump yesterday tried to dampen fears about coronavirus in the U.S., mainly by making himself the story. (Politico)

Not feeling the Bern
Some Democratic leaders really don't want to give Bernie Sanders the nomination if he falls short of the delegate majority. (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.