Property crime money runs out, Condon doesn't sign climate ordinance, other morning headlines

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Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich discusses the high property crime rate in Washington state at a legislative hearing last year. - TVW SCREENGRAB
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  • Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich discusses the high property crime rate in Washington state at a legislative hearing last year.

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IN OTHER NEWS

Three glorious months of improved property crime response
Remember how that Inlander story on property crime resulted in $300,000 for local law enforcement? Well, that grant has run out, but it was effective while it lasted. (KREM)

Condon and the climate
Spokane Mayor David Condon doesn't veto the city's climate change ordinance, passed last month by city council, but doesn't sign it either. (Spokesman-Review)

Marching orders
New Chief of Staff John Kelly is trying to bring military discipline to a dysfunctional White House. (New York Times)

Red Lion slinks away

RLH Corp., the parent company for Red Lion Hotels, is leaving Spokane for Denver. (Spokesman-Review)