WSU researcher lives with grizzly bears, Cohen paid to rig online Trump polls, and other headlines


click to enlarge Joy Erlenbach, a WSU researcher, lived with grizzly bears in Alaska - WSU
Joy Erlenbach, a WSU researcher, lived with grizzly bears in Alaska
GRIZZLIES: A researcher from Washington State University spent 300 days living with grizzly bears in Katmai National Park. She came away convinced that humans and grizzly bears can coexist. Is she right?

NEWS: David Novak, 35, was shot and killed by Spokane Police last week. Will Initiative 940 — which is supposed to make it easier to prosecute cops who use deadly force — be put to the test?


Look what I found
Spokane Police pulled over a suspected drunk driver on Tuesday and, after the man attacked the officers, arrested him and found three missing children in his car. (KREM)

The worst kind of rain
That's not normal rain you're seeing out there. In some places in the Inland Northwest, it's freezing rain, and it's already causing problems. (KREM)

Unfair shake
A $30 million lawsuit is calling out Spokane city leaders for charging county water users more for the same water provided to city people. (Spokesman-Review)

Fake polls
President Trump paid his then-attorney Michael Cohen to rig online polls in Trump's favor, Michael Cohen admits.  (Wall Street Journal

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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.