MORNING HEADLINES: City hall security; galactic aha!


City hall gets security guard — A guard will patrol Spokane City Hall for 11 hours each day, as the city endeavors to make employees more secure. Councilman Bob Apple calls it "baloney." (SR)

Wife of man who died at sewer plant wins appeal — Mike Cmos drowned in a pool of 100-degree sewage in 2004 after the digester dome he was working on collapsed. Yesterday, the state Supreme Court ruled that engineering firm CH2M Hill was negligent in the death. (KREM)

Big plans for the Ridpath — A developer wants to re-open the downtown hotel, put a restaurant in the shuttered ground floor and re-open the famous roof-top restaurant. But does he have what it takes? (KXLY)

Australian undergrad solves astrophysics puzzle — Amelia Fraser-McKelvie, 22, found the long-lost "missing mass," lodged inside the "filaments of galaxies." (It's always in the last place you look ...) (Yahoo)

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