Clinton/Trump comedy throwdown, Urban Outfitters opens in Spokane and more morning headlines

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• The new Washington State University med school in Spokane has received preliminary accreditation

• Rigged elections? Virtually nonexistent. Rigged elections and conspiracies on television and in movies? Everywhere, helping stoke the fury of unenlightened voters

• Former Sesame Street actor Bob McGrath dropped by Spokane Thursday and shared some words of wisdom. 

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Maybe possibly happening?
Is the Ridpath finally, truly on the path to a brighter future? The Spokesman's Shawn Vestal thinks so. 

Attention Spokane shoppers
You've been waiting so patiently for this day to arrive — Urban Outfitters is now open downtown after a year of construction. And today there's a party to celebrate the reopening of Wall Street downtown as well. (KXLY/KREM)

Get your stoke on
A Seattle businessman has bought Silver Mountain Resort in Kellogg, and says he plans to "up the stoke" at the ski resort and water park. Better wear water wings if the stoke gets too upped. 

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March on Mosul continues
The anti-ISIS forces battling to retake Mosul in northern Iraq made more progress Thursday despite repeated suicide-bomber attacks. (Washington Post)

Wait and see
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump now says he'll accept the results on Election Day "if I win." That's not looking very likely as of today. (New York Times/fivethirtyeight.com)

Trump and Clinton hone their standup
A day after facing off in their third and final debate, Trump and Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton sat (almost) next to each other at a fundraiser for underprivileged kids, and roasted each other in generally light-hearted speeches. They even shook hands at the end of the night. (CNN)

Here are some highlights from the Al Smith dinner: 

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