MB: Mt. Spokane expansion approved, GOP files ACA suit; fire plane co. moves to West Plains

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The Washington state Parks Commission yesterday voted to approve a ski area expansion on Mt. Spokane's southwest facing slope. (KXLY)

City Council President Ben Stuckart agreed to pay a $250 fine for violating the city's ethics code. (Inlander)

The STA is moving forward with plans for a $72 million project to create the "Central City Line," a trolley line from Browne's Addition through downtown to Gonzaga and SCC. (S-R)

After two weeks of student protests over how Gonzaga addresses sexual assault, the school's Title IX coordinator has unexpectedly resigned. (Inlander)

Firefighting plane company Aero-Flight is moving its operations to the West Plains, expected to create about 65 jobs. (KHQ)

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Well, it's happened — the House Republicans have filed their long-threatened lawsuit against the Obama Administration over the ACA. (CNN)

Predictions for the St. Louis grand jury's pending decision over charging Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown. (WaPost)

Details are surfacing on Florida State shooter Myron May, who showed signs of distress and paranoia leading up to yesterday's events. (NY Daily News)

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Coming back from the dead, Nintendo is expected to have a smashing holiday season of sales. (Fortune)