MORNING BRIEFING: More details surface in Starbuck murder case, White Supremacist gets punched in the face, and police catch man who stole shoes

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Starbuck was running surveillance in her own home — Details of a search warrant reveal that police sized a video camera Chanin Starbuck had been using inside her home to catch someone breaking in. Months before her death, Starbuck had reported to police that she suspected her ex-husband had been burglarizing their home. The warrant also reveals further details of the nature of her murder. (KXLY)

Man who stole shoes from NorthTown Champs arrested — Turns out the man who robbed Champs at knifepoint on Wednesday, making off with a pair of shoes, had asked the same employee he pulled the knife on to help him with his car only 30 minutes prior. Smart. (SR)

"Self-proclaimed skinhead" pleads guilty to racial harassment — A guilty plea was given by 28-year-old Daren C. Abbey, a self-proclaimed skinhead, after he poked Marlon L. Baker, who is black, in the chest and told him that Baker didn't belong in the town of Bayview last July. In self-defense Baker, who was wearing a Spokane Boxing Club Champion T-shirt when Abbey confronted him, punched Abbey in the face, knocking him out and fracturing his face. (KXLY)

Tonight

BeGin! Anniversary featuring the Flying Spiders and New Lagoon at the MAC

Sick of Sarah, Rawrly, Now, Now and Act 1 Scene 1 at AClub

Toys for Tots benefit featuring Trap Boss and Young Hus$tle

Territory: Generational Triptychs at the MAC

A Christmas Carol at the Spokane Civic Theater

"Seed Folk" exhibit at Saranac Art Projects

Out There

Fire kills 89 in Indian hospital, staff flees the scene (AJC)

Second body at Virginia Tech was shooter (NYT)

The world gets answers behind the "year's best weird internet video" (Gawker)

Norway has run out of butter, for the love of God save the children (Vancouver Sun)