Gonzaga ladies win WCC title, Neko Case announces new solo album and other morning headlines

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Former Spokane Police officer Gordon Ennis, who is accused of raping a subordinate officer at a house party, provides details of the night in the final day of testimony.

The Gonzaga women's basketball team followed up a dominating regular season in the West Coast Conference with a championship in the conference tourney after beating San Diego, 79-71, yesterday.

The Spokane Symphony announced its five finalists to take over as music director when Eckart Preu heads on down the road at the end of the 2018-19 season.

IN OTHER NEWS

Hell-On, Neko Case
Singer-songwriter and Tacoma native Neko Case announces plans to release her first solo album in five years, Hell-On, slated for late spring. (NPR)
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The trouble with tariffs

Gary D. Cohn’s resignation underscores the fundamental divide between President Trump and his fellow Republicans as he seeks to raise barriers to foreign trade. (New York Times)

Is Amazon the Blob?
Amazon plans to grow its Seattle headquarters to almost 14 million square feet of office space, an addition of more than 2 million square feet from the last time the company updated its local real estate plans. (Seattle Times)

FEEEEEED MEEEEEE
Facebook ad costs spike after the company changed its news feed algorithm. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said the change would result in less people using Facebook, which appears to be happening already. (Recode)