MORNING HEADLINES: Harpham pleads not guilty, plus more bad news for the assessor's office

Harpham continues 'not guilty' plea — Kevin Harpham, the alleged mastermind of the failed MLK Day bombing in Spokane, had already pleaded not guilty to charges of possessing an unregistered explosive and attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction. He pleaded the same to new hate crime charges. (AP)

Four more red-light cameras — The Spokane City Council's approval of four new red light cameras last night brings the total number of monitored intersections to 11. The city says it has already caught 20,000 drivers running red lights. (NWCN)

More bad news for Spokane County Assessor's office — A state report says the office undervalued properties for years. (SR)

Friends remember North Idaho miner — Larry Marek was killed in a mine collapse on April 15. (KXLY)

Hold your fire — The scent industry is starting to get the hint that not all shoppers like getting spritzed with perfume as they walk through a department store. (Seattle Times)