Car Prowler: A car prowler is in jail this morning, after a daring South Hill duo chased him down and served up some liquid justice. Stacey Ellis stopped a car prowler Tuesday night by hitting him over the head with a bottle of sparkling cider. After her husband, Gerald, tackled Samul Clopton, the man pulled a BB gun and she hit him over the head. Clopton is charged with first degree robbery.
Bus Crash: A sixth child has died following a bus crash in Tennessee. 24-year-old Johnthony Walker is facing numerous charges, including multiple counts of vehicular homicide. He'll be in court next week. The NTSB says the bus wasn't even on the correct route when it crashed. Toxicology results do not indicate that walker was under the influence when the bus crashed.
MLK Center: The staff at Spokane's MLK Jr. Family Outreach Center say they've received an outpouring of support since the center was vandalized with a racial slur last week. Instead of inspiring fear, the center says it inspired the community to stand up to hate. Last week, community members took turns painting over the graffiti. Now, the center says it's looking for a local artist to paint a mural that will inspire love.
Holiday Travel: Coming back from your holiday travels may be more difficult if you're driving. Weather officials say if you're coming back through the Cascade Mountains after Thanksgiving, you may be met with snow and icy roads. The Cascades first started seeing snow Tuesday, and it's expected to continue through Friday.
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