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Amazon chooses HQ2 locations, the California fire now deadliest in state history, and other headlines 

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NATION: Stan Lee, the creator of Marvel Comics, died yesterday. He was 95.

ZAGS: Killian Tillie is out for the Zags. How are Corey Kispert and Zach Norvell Jr. doing in his absence?

NEWS: Those "fake progressive" mailers urging 6th District voters to write in Joe Pakootas were, in fact, legal, even if they were wildly deceptive. Did they work?

NATION: The death toll in the Northern California fire is now at 42, making it the deadliest fire in state history.

click to enlarge Crystal City, Va., one of the locations for Amazon’s second headquarters, Oct. 1, 2018. After conducting a yearlong search for a second home, Amazon has switched gears and is now finalizing plans to have a total of 50,000 employees in two locations, according to people familiar with the decision-making process. - JARED SOARES/THE NEW YORK TIMES
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  • Crystal City, Va., one of the locations for Amazon’s second headquarters, Oct. 1, 2018. After conducting a yearlong search for a second home, Amazon has switched gears and is now finalizing plans to have a total of 50,000 employees in two locations, according to people familiar with the decision-making process.
IN OTHER NEWS

Spokane loses out on Amazon HQ2
It's official: Amazon will not be choosing Spokane for its HQ2. I know that comes as a shock, but don't feel too bad. It turns out the usual suspects ended up winning the Amazon package: New York and a D.C. suburb. (NPR)

Fearing the homeless
A city ordinance that would have extended daytime visiting rules at city hall was delayed last night, with some expressing concerns that it could turn city hall into a daytime homeless shelter. (Spokesman-Review

The new Lisa Brown
The Washington state Senate majority leader will be from Spokane. Sen. Andy Billig, a Democrat, was chosen for the position yesterday. (Spokesman-Review)

America is sugar-high
The tax cuts that Republicans, including Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, are so proud of have given a jolt to the economy, but economists worry how long that jolt will last. (New York Times
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