NEWS: Spokane Valley organizers plan to connect homeless people with services with a program this month, Spokane Valley Connect. The event is based on a Spokane program with a similar name, except this will have more of a family feel, an organizer says.
NEWS: North Monroe is open. It was smooth sailing when I drove down the road last night. To celebrate, businesses will be hosting a party on Sept. 15.
THEATER: A stage production of 1984 opens tonight at Stage Left.
IN OTHER NEWS
You don’t know Jack
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers told Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey that his platform needed a better way for removing threatening content. Dorsey was at a House committee hearing looking into whether Twitter was censoring conservatives. Twitter recently suspended conspiracy theorist Alex Jones account after previously refusing to. (Spokesman-Review/ABC)
Law of the land?
A 2003 email regarding Roe v. Wade from Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh calls into question his stance on legal precedent. (New York Times)
Two women are dead in what a medical examiner ruled a “murder suicide” in a U District apartment in Seattle. One woman stabbed her roommate to death and then stabbed herself, authorities say.
The two women were both from Thailand. More from the Seattle Times here.