MORNING BRIEFING: Stolen pills and cheering on Detroit's bankruptcy


Around here

Police say a 25-year-old pharmacy technician stole 100,000 pain pills from Providence. (SR)

Clay Starbuck was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of his ex-wife. (KXLY) 

The EPA wants North Idaho cities to make improvements to their wastewater infrastructure to cut down on pollutants that end up in the Spokane River. (CdA Press)

Out there

Why the business community is cheering Detroit's bankruptcy. (Forbes)

Under the eye of military aircraft, thousands of Egyptians rallied for the reinstatement of ousted president Mohamed Morsi. (AJ)

Put on your best outfit. NASA is taking a big group portrait of the whole planet today. (Guardian)