Charles Manson dead at 83, ongoing problems at Hanford, morning headlines

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'Lemon Pepper Chicken'
We asked Mark Anderson, Spokane's new poet laureate, four questions.

Space Needle discovery
After decades, a long-forgotten time capsule has been discovered near the Space Needle's main elevators. (via New York Times)


IN OTHER NEWS

Nuclear option at Hanford
The board charged with oversight of the Hanford radioactive waste cleanup is sounding the alarm on "design problems that risk explosive and radioactive releases," a new report shows. Some wonder if the board's report will have any impact, and whether the board itself will still exist under President Trump. (Seattle Times)

Charles Manson dies in prison
The serial murderer and leader of a cult "family," Charles Manson, is dead at 83: Remember his victims. (Los Angeles Times)

Walking while black in Florida
Five years of data for tickets issued to pedestrians in Florida reveal disproportionate impact on black people, especially those living in poor neighborhoods. (ProPublica, Florida Times-Union)