MORNING BRIEFING: Arson, human skulls and Bitcoin worries

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String of weekend fires near Logan neighborhood remains under investigation as arson. (KHQ)

Washington man charged with manslaughter over alleged killing at Silver Mountain base lodge. (CDAPress)

More than two dozen dogs rescued from Stevens County home will be ready for adoption soon. (S-R)

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State lawmakers consider restricting drones for privacy reasons. (Seattle Times)

FBI to examine human skull pulled up in crab pot off Washington coast near Westport. (Daily World)

National survey shows few Army women interested in combat jobs, but those few want front line roles. (AP)

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Apparent collapse of Mt. Gox, the largest exchange for Bitcoin, seems to be a big deal if you're into that sort of thing. (LA Times)

Ukraine officials worry country could continue to split amid political infighting (BBC)

Comedy writer, director and actor Harold Ramis of Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Caddyshack dies at 69. (NYTimes)