Snowstorm hits Inland Northwest, Roy Moore won't give up, and morning headlines

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NEWS: After losing her son in the Freeman High School shooting — and her husband months before that — Ami Strahan searches for strength to move on.

NEWS: A partnership between the city and Spokane Public Schools could bring major changes to Spokane.

NEWS: The new Ice Ribbon in Riverfront Park is a hit — it's already brought in more gross revenue than the city got for the Ice Palace in all of 2016.

FILM: Plenty of movies were good this year, but many other movies were not. Here's a list of the worst.

IN OTHER NEWS

Roy meets world
Roy Moore, the former Republican candidate for an Alabama Senate seat who faced allegations of child molestation, refuses to believe he lost the election to Doug Jones. He's filed a legal complaint alleging "election-fraud," because he says it's unlikely Democrats could turn out the way they did, even though rumors of fraud have been investigated and debunked. (Washington Post)

Bombing in Afghanistan
ISIS has claimed responsibility for a bombing attack that killed 41 people in a Shiite cultural center in Kabul. (New York Times)

Snow on the way
Meteorologists expect four to six inches of snow to fall across Spokane and into the Idaho Panhandle today. (KREM)

Plow responsibility
Spokane County is warning people that they should never plow county roads. Spokane Valley meanwhile, may fine you if you don't keep your sidewalk clear of snow. (KXLY)