Ghost stories, Spokane Tribe tries to woo Amazon, other morning headlines

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The Spokane Tribe wants more than just a new casino to spark economic growth — it's applying to be the site of Amazon's new headquarters.
  • The Spokane Tribe wants more than just a new casino to spark economic growth — it's applying to be the site of Amazon's new headquarters.

ON INLANDER.COM

Ghost hunting, Inlander style
Inlander writer Samantha Wohlfeil takes on g-g-g-ghosts. On a night just like this one.

Grim convergence
The lives of three homeless strangers in Spokane, before two were hit by a car and killed earlier this month.

War on Yemen
While the Kootenai County GOP rejects a proposal calling for the U.S. to stop waging war in Yemen, Rep. Raúl Labrador leaps on board a federal resolution calling for the U.S. to cease unauthorized hostilities in the country.

Only here
Listen to singer/songwriter Chris Molitor's debut album "Coming Home" exclusively at Inlander.com.


IN OTHER NEWS

Hey Amazon, why not the Spokane Tribe?

The Spokane Tribe is vying for Amazon's headquarters, too. (Spokesman-Review)

Spoiler: Oswald acted alone

JFK's former press agent thinks she knows who assassinated the 35th president, and it's not Ted Cruz's dad. (Spokesman-Review)

Dealer's choice

Grant County is positively rife with drugs lately. (Spokesman-Review)

The first tax cut is the deepest one
A sprawling tax cut could pass Congress without a single Democratic vote. (New York Times)

Dangerous game
Game Change author Mark Halperin, a veteran journalist and political analyst, has been accused by five women of sexual harassment. (CNN)

XX cents on the dollar
How big is the pay gap between men and women, really? And why does it exist? The Washington Post has charts, and answers.