MB: 'Organic' pot; Pullman father-son deadly spat; phone data-sweeping over?



April's Bike Swap Expo raised $38,000 for improvements to the Centennial Trail. (Spokesman-Review)

A man allegedly killed his father in Pullman. (KREM 2) 

Spokane school security guards could start carrying guns. (Spokesman-Review)

Spokane County Sheriff engages with a motorcycle club over volleyballs. (Bloglander) 

You can't label marijuana 'organic' because the U.S. Department of Agriculture doesn't recognize it as a legal crop. Instead it's considered 'clean green.' (Spokesman-Review)


The federal government's authority to sweep up phone data expired at 12:01 this morning, but that doesn't mean phone data collection is over. (New York Times)

South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham will announce that he is running for president today; he's the ninth republican to run. (NPR)

Beau Biden, son of Vice President Joe Biden, died of brain cancer Saturday. (Washington Post

Looks like a new Texas law will allow people to carry concealed handguns in state university buildings. (Dallas Morning News