MORNING BRIEFING: More Ebola, Seahawks lose, gay marriage in Idaho




The community continues to mourn the loss of West Valley High School teen Jeremy T. McSpadden who died in an accident at an Idaho corn maze on Friday night. (KXLY)

This weekend, a rally to uphold traditional marriage in Idaho was held in Coeur d’Alene. (CDP) This was in opposition to the U.S. Supreme Court gay marriage ruling made Friday. (INLANDER)

The Inlander’s 2014 Short Fiction Contest has officially kicked off. (INLANDER)

A Dallas hospital worker tests positive for Ebola. (LA TIMES)

A meeting of bishops at the Vatican signals a possible easing of the Catholic Church’s attitudes on homosexuality and the sanctity of marriage. (NYT)

The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame nominees were announced for 2015, including Green Day, Sting, N.W.A and Lou Reed. Feel free to vote for your favorite. (

It’s way too hard to be a Seahawks fan. Washington state’s team lost yesterday, falling to the Dallas Cowboys. What that means for the season here. (ST)