MB: Government hack affects 21 million, Robert Yates still on death row and fires, still

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In wildfire news: A rise in respiratory illnesses is being linked to all the smoke in the air these past couple weeks, and the Cape Horn fire was likely started by a flare. (KXLY)

Once again the Washington Supreme Court has rejected Spokane serial killer Robert Yates’ plea that his death penalty conviction be overturned. (KREM)

After anti-Muslim graffiti was discovered outside the Bosnia Herzegovina Heritage Association, Ramadan prayers will continue. (Spokesman-Review)

Mayor David Condon has raised more money for his reelection campaign than anyone else running for local office in Washington. (Inlander)

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The exclusive first chapter of the hotly anticipated To Kill A Mockingbird sequel by Harper Lee is here. (Guardian) The book drops next week.

The Office of Personnel Management computer systems data breach affected more than 21 million people, investigators believe. (CNN)

Egyptian actor Omar Sharif (Lawrence of Arabia, Funny Girl, Doctor Zhivago) died at age 83. (BBC)