Post Falls loses jobs, bin Laden's shooter, and some elections too close to call

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MORNING BRIEFING


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Kimball International is moving its office furniture manufacturing plant out of Post Falls, costing the area 260 jobs. (S-R)

A long line of Spokane Catholics and community members sent Bishop Cupich off to Chicago Thursday. (KXLY) Read our story about the big move here. (Inlander)

One Spokane District Court race is still too close to call three days after polls closed. (KHQ)

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Statewide, several too-close-to-call races show Republicans might gain more ground in the legislature. (Seattle Times)

Two National Guard pilots died in a helicopter crash outside Boise. (Idaho Statesman)

The Navy SEAL who shot Osama bin Laden went public, and he's a Montana man. (Missoulian)

ELSEWHERE

Unemployment is down, job growth is up, according to the most recent data. (New York Times)

International law enforcement agencies teamed up for a major crackdown on so-called "dark sites" on the Internet. (BBC)

Those murder-for-hire charges against AC/DC's drummer? Yeah, never mind. (AP)

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