MB: Florida state shooting; Montana gay marriage ban struck down; WSU revokes frat



Turns out the formerly anonymous guy, Edward C. Jarzabek, who's handing out thousands in cash to the homeless is a convicted felon on parole for grand theft. (Inlander)

A 10-year-old North Spokane boy is in the hospital with critical injuries after a hit-and-run this morning. (KXLY)

WSU has revoked its recognition of the Phi Kappa Tau fraternity for hazing and student conduct violations. (KREM)


The gunman who opened fire and wounded three students at Florida State University early this morning was killed by law enforcement. (CNN)

A federal judge has struck down Montana's ban on gay marriage. (Slate)

President Obama's immigration plans could protect millions of undocumented immigrants from deportation, but the GOP has vowed to stop it. (NYT) 


Thailand military leaders are arresting protesters of its totalitarian rule who are using the three-finger salute from the Hunger Games, and also canceling showings of the latest film in the franchise. (LA Times)