*'Teenage Dirtbag' tells CdA tale: Writer's years in Lake City inspired independent film/Associated Press -- Does filmmaker Regina Crosby (pictured above) have Duane Hagadone's permission to put some other version of Coeur d'Alene than his on the Big Screen? Inquiring minds want to know.
*Spokane man suspected of pouring semen in women's hair skips out on hearing/John Craig, Spokesman-Review -- Another nut on the loose.
*Mall owners owe former councilman $38,090: Steve Eugster owed for 1,200 hours work as attorney on River Park Square/Jim Camden, Spokesman-Review -- A Superior Court judge decided that $150 per hour was a "reasonable" legal charge for Eugster. Wonder how much attorneys would be paid in court settlements if the public was allowed to decide their hourly rate rather than a glorified attorney wearing a black robe?
*Destructive snail detected in Idaho: Brown garden snail, invasive species from France, chews holes in plants/Betsy Z. Russell, Spokesman-Review -- What else can you expect from our friends the French?
*1450 recall signatures accepted/Jim Camden, Spokesman-Review -- The clock's nearing midnight for Spokane Mayor Jim West.