Monday, June 17, 2013

MORNING BRIEFING: The Hotzone is dead. Long live the Hotzone

Posted By on Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 9:13 AM

HERE

The HotZone, the city-wide wireless network that once earned Spokane a breathless Time magazine profile, is no more.

Fired City Attorney Howard Delaney gets a job on the Municipal Court. (SR)

Chief Straub gets his bike back. (Inlander reporter Daniel Walters' bike, a black mountain bike with mismatched pedals, is still missing.) (KREM)

 Water systems at North Idaho's Mineral Ridge and Beauty Bay sites are broken -- but the Bureau of Land Management is too poor to fix them. (CDAP)

THERE

Guardian journalist Glenn Greenwald offers a live Q&A between Edward Snowden (Whistleblower. Hero. Traitor. Spy.) and you, the reader. (Guardian)

The New Republic offers a lengthy profile of Rand Paul, that filibusterin', anti-drone, libertarian. (TNR)

Arizona's voters-must-prove-their-citizenship law has been struck down by the Supreme Court. (NYT)

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