Spokane's sit-lie law suspended, Ivanka Trump used personal account for emails, and other headlines


COMEDY: We knew we had a good comedy scene in Spokane. But did you know that we're, in fact, way funnier than Seattle?

NATION: What's not funny? The death and destruction that climate change will bring to the world. (New York Times)


Sit-lie down
With a lack of shelter beds for the homeless, Spokane City Council has suspended its controversial sit-lie law that bans people from sitting or sleeping on sidewalks downtown. (Spokesman-Review)

Walton's world
The Zags beat Illinois last night in the Maui Invitational, but more importantly, just what in the hell was announcer Bill Walton talking about the whole time? (Spokesman-Review)

Coroner confirms death
The Spokane man who went missing after a 49ers game in San Francisco died of an accidental drowning, the coroner says. (KXLY)

Shooting in Chicago
Four people were killed in a shooting at a Chicago hospital yesterday, including a police officer, a doctor, a pharmacy employee and the gunman. (New York Times)

Lock her up too?
After her dad, President Trump, ran a campaign railing against Hillary Clinton for her careless emails sent from a personal account, Ivanka Trump sent hundreds of emails last year discussing White House business using her personal account. (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.