Friday, April 15, 2016

More City Hall drama, human skulls, Dem debates and stories to end your week

Posted By on Fri, Apr 15, 2016 at 9:16 AM


NEWS: Assistant City Attorney Erin Jacobson resigns — here's the messy role she had in the Straub investigation
DRINKING AND RUNNING: Train for Bloomsday with beer and some Prefontaine inspiration
NEWS: Stuckart hits back at error-ridden Washington Policy Center transit column
MUSIC: Get your Volume tickets
BOOKS: U of Idaho professor taps his inner Stephen King for debut novel
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• Activists call for changes to sheriff's oversight board
At a community forum, activists said that a board that's supposed to advise the sheriff on disciplining officers lacks independence and needs and overhaul. 

• Human skull found near disc golf course
A simple dog walk next to the river lead to the discovery of a human skull. Police are investigating. 

• Trump campaign manager won't be charged
Corey Lewandowski, the campaign manger for Donald Trump's presidential bid, won't face charges over an incident where he grabbed the arm of a reporter who was trying to ask the candidate a question. 

• Lawsuit to be waged over Arizona voting dust-up
Hillary Clinton as well as the Democratic Party intend to sue Arizona for drastically cutting the number of polling places that left voters waiting five hours in line to cast a ballot in the Democratic primary.  

Speaking of Democrats, they had another presidential debate last night. Here's a taste:

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