Friday, April 20, 2012

Morning Briefing: Facts! We hardly knew ye

Posted on Fri, Apr 20, 2012 at 8:28 AM

Around Town

Figure this one out — A man police thought committed suicide mailed out a suicide note after his death and signed it with a signature that was not his own. Police think this was no suicide at all. (KREM)

"Gas bubble in my chest" — It was a rough Boston Marathon for the mayor of Colfax. (Is there any other kind?) (SR)

Thirteen years on — State Rep. Kevin Parker remembers the Columbine Massacre thirteen years later. (KXLY)

Out There

Florida congressman alleged to have killed facts (Chicago Tribune)

Lean times in the Evergreen State (Seattle Times)

George Zimmerman's freedom has a price: $150,000 (AP)

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