MB: Hero teens: Alleged abductor deserves sympathy, Gov supports med school

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The teenagers who stopped a 15-year-old from abducting a toddler are now saying that the would-be abductor deserves our sympathy. (KREM)

One of the lawsuits against the troubled and currently defunct Daiquiri Factory has been dismissed. (KREM)

Gov. Jay Inslee implied that he’s cool with a medical school in Spokane, but he’s not sure how it will be paid for. (Spokesman-Review)

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An investigation into an elder abuse case concerning Harper Lee, the beloved author of To Kill a Mockingbird, is closed, concluding that the celebrated author is in full possession of her “mental faculties.” (Guardian)

Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, fearing extradition to the U.S., may be catching a break with Swedish prosecutors offering to travel to London to interview him regarding sexual assault allegations. (BBC)

Barack Obama says he’s embarassed for the 47 Republican senators who sent a letter to leaders of Iran. (VICE News)