MORNING BRIEFING: Deputy pay disputes, dead re-elected and big apologies

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Spokane Sheriff Knezovich says several deputies applying for better paying jobs at Spokane Police Department. (KREM) The Sheriff's Office also filed an unfair labor complaint against its deputy union as it prepares for arbitration. (S-R)

Spokane also closing visitor center because it's too hard to get to from Interstate 90. (S-R)

Three injured after truck crashes into home in Coeur d'Alene. (KHQ)

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Moses Lake carbon fiber plant key for BMW electric cars. (Seattle Times)

Deceased city councilman headed toward re-election in Aberdeen, Wash. (The Daily World)

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International man of whistle-blowing Edward Snowden apparently tricked co-workers with NSA into giving him their passwords. (Reuters)

Obama apologizes for canceled plans under Obamacare. (WaPost)

CBS apologizes for inaccurate Bengazi "60 Minutes" piece, saying reporters misled by source. (NY Times)


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