MB: Wolf People appeals, Washington winds down solitary confinement



Wolf People, a North Idaho company that exhibits wolves to the public, has appealed a suspension of its license to the state Supreme Court. (KREM)

U.S. Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell visited Washington state to get a first-hand view of the devastation from fires. (KHQ)

Washington state is beginning to take inmates out of solitary confinement. (Spokane Public Radio)


Remember that dentist who killed Cecil the lion? He’s returning to work. (Reuters)

Congress is about to weigh in on the Iran nuclear deal. (New York Times)

Hillary Clinton has rolled out what she would do to reform the way campaigns are financed if elected president. (Guardian)