MORNING HEADLINES: Quelling terrorism and listeria

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Lettuce recall — A California lettuce grower recalls bags of chopped romaine lettuce because of the possible listeria contamination. The lettuce was sold in the Pacific Northwest, including Washington and Idaho. (KREM)

Al-Qaida terrorist killed— Anwar al-Aulaqi, a radical U.S.-born Muslim cleric and one of themost influential al-Qaeda operatives wanted by the United States, waskilled Friday in an airstrike in northern Yemen, authorities said.(Washington Post) 

Gonzaga student and firefighters rescue a man from the Spokane River at Kardong Bridge (KXLY)

Minimum wage increase — Washington's minimum wage for next year will likely climb to over $9 an hour.  Washington currently has the highest minimum wage in the nation at $8.67 an hour. (KHQ)


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