Top stories to know on Tuesday morning
SPOKANE, Wash. — Good morning and happy Tuesday! Here are the headlines you need to know before you head out the door this morning.
Billboards around Spokane question safety of vaccines
Several new billboards have popped up around the Spokane area. They ask people to think twice before vaccinating their children. The billboards are paid for by Informed Choice Washington, a non-profit that wants a new state law, which limits vaccine exemptions, reversed.
Gonzaga Bulldogs men’s basketball non-conference schedule released
Gonzaga University has released their non-conference men’s basketball schedule. They will open the regular season against Alabama State at home on November 5.
LDS church bans guns on church property
Carrying a lethal weapon onto church property was considered “inappropriate” under the policies of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Now, it’s prohibited.
Puerto Rico under tropical storm warning as Dorian approaches
The National Hurricane Center issued a tropical storm warning and a hurricane watch for Puerto Rico on Tuesday morning as Tropical Storm Dorian continues to move across the Caribbean toward the island. The governor has urged Puerto Ricans to prepare for the coming storm.
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