MORNING BRIEFING: STA bus voyeur; min. wage hikes; world's oldest clown dies

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SCRAPS is hosting an adoption event this afternoon, from 2-6 pm, at the Spokane County Fairgrounds to find homes for the nearly 100 animals seized last week from a home in Deer Park. (KXLY)

A Spokane man who's admitted to voyeurism is now facing charges for inappropriately filming young girls on STA buses. (KREM)

Washington state's minimum wage is set to rise again at the beginning of 2015, to $9.47 an hour. (Inlander)

Coffee stand robbers have struck again, and police have arrested three suspects tied to two robberies at Spokane drive-through stands yesterday. (KREM)

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The world's oldest living and performing clown, a Billings, Mont. man, has died at age 98. (AP via S-R)

The parent company of Albertson's stores is reporting another data breach, affecting stores in Washington, Idaho and the Pacific Northwest. (ABC)

The Dallas man hospitalized with Ebola wasn't asked about, nor did he voluntarily reveal, his travel history upon arriving to the emergency room, though he'd just flown to the U.S. from Liberia. (CNN)

The New York Times is planning to cut 100 positions from the newsroom due to print revenue declines. (WaPost)