MORNING BRIEFING: Suspected pharmacy robbers arrested, Mac turns 30 and "That's what she said!"



Two suspects have been arrested in connection to a string of local pharmacy robberies. (KXLY)

Preliminary autopsy results show no sign of foul play in the death of Kellogg teen Dylan Parker. (KHQ)

Two Bonners Ferry men have been arrested for allegedly breaking into ATMs in seven states and stealing up to $500,000. (S-R)

U.S. Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers will give the Republican response to President Obama's State of Union address. (S-R)

The unemployment rate in Washington has dropped to a five-year low. (Herald)


House Speaker John Boehner tells Jay Leno he likes playing golf, drinking wine and smoking cigarettes too much to ever run for president. (National Journal)

A 46-vehicle pileup in Indiana killed three people and injured more than 20 others. (USA Today)

Apple's Macintosh computer turned 30 today. (WaPo)


Enjoy this brief history of Michael Scott's best awful jokes. ("That's what she said!") (The Atlantic)