MB: New police precinct planned; John Lee extradition delayed; Miss P is "Best in Show"



The Spokane police are planning a second precinct downtown at the Intermodal Center on 1st Avenue. (Spokesman-Review)

The extradition of John Lee, the man accused of killing three people in a shooting spree last month, back to Moscow, Idaho, has been delayed. He's currently being held in Whitman County, where he was caught. (KXLY)

Meet Mako: "Spokane County's first and only arson dog." (KREM)


President Obama will speak at a "violent extremism" summit at the White House today, in which he'll discuss his strategy to counter groups like the ISIS. Here's his op-ed about the fight against extremism in the Los Angeles Times. (New York Times/LA Times)

Speaking of speeches, Jeb Bush, who is considering running for president, will outline his views on foreign policy at an event in Chicago today. (Washington Post)

Miss P, a 4-year-old beagle, took home the top prize at the Westminster Dog Show in New York. (AP)