by Mike Bookey
Volume, the Inlander's big ol' music festival is set to take over downtown Spokane tonight beginning at 6 pm. Here is everything you need to know about it.
ALSO, if you don't have tickets, guess what? We have some tickets to give away. Head to the fountain at Riverfront Park at 2 pm and you can play rock-paper-scissors for a two-day pass to the festival.
Now, the news.
The Spokane man charged with mailing ricin to a local judge is now accused of being involved with ricin-laced letters mailed to President Obama and Fairchild Air Force Base. (KXLY)
Cowboy patriot U.S. Rep. Paul Labrador of Idaho is having trouble keeping staffers on staff. (S-R)
In case you didn't know, the Monroe Street bridge will be closed for a while beginning Monday. (KREM)
The president says student loan interest rates are too damn high. (LA Times)
LeBron James went all LeBron on the Pacers last night as the Miami LeBrons took a 3-2 lead in the Eastern Conference Championships. (ESPN)
That Arizona lady who Mexican authorities said was a drug smuggler isn't really a drug smuggler and is headed back to the U.S.
And now...more GUY ON A BUFFALO!