Tuesday, June 4, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: budgets, breasts and a park in Turkey

Posted By on Tue, Jun 4, 2013 at 7:29 AM

AROUND HERE

There's a homicide investigation underway in Nine Mile Falls this morning, but few details have been released. (KREM) 

Lawmakers in Olympia admit they're no no closer to a budget deal, even though the special session ends next week. (SR)

The Coeur d'Alene City Council will vote tonight on an ordinance to protect LGBT people there from housing and employment discrimination. And that's bringing out North Idaho's far right crowd. (CdA Press)

ELSEWHERE

Military leaders say sexual assault in the forces is "like a cancer." (AP)

Connecticut's governor is considering a bill to allow families of Sandy Hook victims to block the release of photos, video or 911 calls from the scene. (CNN) 

Protests continue in Turkey over the demolition of an Istanbul park. (BBC)

PROM WATCH

Over in Silverdale, Wash., a teen says she was turned away from her prom because her breasts are too big. (KOMO)

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