The internet thinks Inslee is hot, new Spokane school security chief resigns, and other headlines


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Missing the lesson
Months after the Inlander's report revealed that Spokane Public Schools hired a resource officer without checking his history of excessive force, the Spokesman-Review reveals that the district's new security chief, Santos G. Picacio, had a history of domestic violence allegations and admitted to having sexual contact with 19-year-olds. Picacio resigned.

Inslee in the spotlight
Gov. Jay Inslee took a swing at Joe Biden last night during the Democratic debate. Also, people are finding "Bae Inslee" hot. (Seattle Times/KXLY)

Drink the water
The city has lifted restrictions for Hillyard residents affected by water contamination. (KXLY)

In his DNA
Jeffrey Epstein once told people about a dream he had: To seed the human race with his DNA. (New York Times)

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Wilson Criscione

Wilson Criscione, born and raised in Spokane, is an Inlander staff writer covering education and social services in the Inland Northwest.