Tuesday, February 15, 2011

MORNING HEADLINES: Mystery hearts, mystery bones ... and lip-locks!

Posted on Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 8:39 AM

Make love ... Or at least make some paper Valentine's hearts and spread them over the bench where backpack bomb was discovered along the planned route of Spokane's MLK march last month. (KXLY)

Bones still a mystery. Human remains discovered after a sudden fire last week at an old boarding school at the Coeur d'Alene Indian Reservation may never be ID'd. (CdA Press)

Shackled! An accused murderer is ordered chained to the defense table during a hearing to see if he is sane enough to stand trial, (SR)

Jail vote delayed. A "No New Jail" group takes credit for saving us $100 million by delaying the vote on jail bonds, county officials say they thought of it first! (SR)

A one-man jail magnet. Nicholas Limpert caught a break as a teen, but ever since he got out of juvie, the 25 year-old has been arrested an average of once-a-month for the last 5 years. (KXLY)

A lip-lock bonus! Thai couple smooches for nearly two full days. How was your Valentine's? (BBC)

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