Neil, Rachel, Rick, Morty and other important personalities in the headlines

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The man potentially responsible for the Centennial Trail assaults was arrested after walking into the Downtown YMCA and making strange statements. That's good news because Centennial Trail is a smash hit, as trails go. (KXLY)

A retirement home is found to be utterly infested with bedbugs. (KXLY)

Neil Young, (not to be confused with hero gorilla Mighty Joe Young) played a concert in Spokane this weekend, and gave us an important list of which companies are evil. (Starbucks, Monsanto, and Safeway for starters. Ticketmaster remained curiously absent from his list.) Laura Johnson has more on the sweet sounds of a man who, we hear, was well-praised in the "Spokane Daily News." (Inlander)

KHQ is confused about what Common Core math is. The Inlander explains that while a lot of people hate the way math is being taught and hate the Common Core standards, Spokane Public Schools has actually been moving in a more traditional direction with their new curriculum. (Inlander) 

As awful details keep emerging about the Oregon mass shooting, the Associated Press reports that one survivor was spared to give a package to the police

How Donald Trump tweeted his way to the top of the polls. 

Rick and Morty finished another great season with a typically hilarious, dark and depressing episode. The Hollywood Reporter interviews the co-creators, the weird Dan Harmon and the somehow even weirder Justin Roiland. It's the best show you're already watching if you have any taste in television whatsoever. Then, check out the fan art contest winners.

Saturday Night Live featured a cameo from a beloved Spokane viral sensation!