Wednesday, June 10, 2015

MB: New legal technicians, milky rain explained and the Internet in space

Posted By on Wed, Jun 10, 2015 at 9:11 AM


Washington state is pioneering the profession of legal technicians, people who aren’t quite lawyers but can offer some legal services to low and moderate-income individuals. (Inlander)

Franklin County sheriff has said that allegations that his office had leaked information to accused murderer and former police officer Richard Aguirre is creating a “community mistrust.” (Spokesman-Review)

Remember that milky rain that fell in February? Well, there’s an explanation for it. (CDA Press)


To combat ISIS, the U.S. will establish a new military base in Anbar Province. (New York Times)

The officer involved in the now infamous Texas pool party incident has resigned. (Guardian)

Elon Musk wants to reinvent the Internet in space. (Washington Post)

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