Downtown stadium idea good jump dead, Steve Gleason expecting a second child and other headlines

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NEWS: Proponents of gun control are rushing to block blueprints from going online that would make guns from 3D printers.


Stadium sacked
The downtown stadium idea floated in a partnership between Spokane Public Schools and the city of Spokane looks to be dead, and Mayor David Condon is disappointed. But the partnership between the two entities for a bond proposal is still alive. (Spokesman-Review)

A growing family
Former NFL player and WSU star Steve Gleason might have ALS, but that isn't stopping him from growing his family. He and his wife Michel are expecting their second child. (ESPN)

And you get a tax cut!
The Trump Administration is considering a tax cut for the wealthy — another one — and the change might not even need approval from Congress. The cut may come from letting capital gains be adjusted for inflation in a way that prevents taxation. (Washington Post)

Ahead of this year's midterm elections, a coordinated political influence campaign has made dozens of fake accounts aimed at influencing the election, according to Facebook. It's been unable to tie the accounts to Russia, but the company hasn't ruled it out. (New York Times)

Manafort on trial
In the trial of Paul Manafort, President Trump's former campaign chairman, jury selection is underway. (Associated Press


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Wilson Criscione

Wilson Criscione is an Inlander staff writer covering education, Spokane County, Spokane Valley, and other news. He grew up in Spokane and graduated from Eastern Washington University.