Tuesday, June 12, 2012

MORNING BRIEFING: Endangered pols and an ironic lake

Posted on Tue, Jun 12, 2012 at 7:50 AM

Around Here

Unelection day — As Washingtonians gear up to elect a bunch of people, Couer d'Alene residents are trying to un-elect their mayor and three city councilmembers. (CDA Press)

Son accused of neglect — A man who allegedly neglected his mother while inebriated stands accused of manslaughter after she passed away. (SR)

Soap Lake police not-so-clean — The Soap Lake police may be kind of dirty, according to a review by three other police agencies. (KXLY)

Out There

Seattle Mayor Mike McGinn is going to Washington — to meet with the Justice Department about its review of the city's police (KXLY)

Kings win Stanley Cup, Los Angeles celebrates (LA Times)

And why not spend your morning looking at pictures of Africa? (NY Times)

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