Russia now accuses US of meddling, deadly helicopter crash, morning headlines

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The city will start tearing down the IMAX theater in Riverfront Park today, ahead of schedule.

How many how much
It takes almost a week of outreach to figure out where people experiencing homelessness slept for one night in Spokane last week. Early this week, crews will continue finding people who slept in shelters, cars, and on couches last Thursday, as they try to get as accurate a picture as they can for the city's annual point-in-time count, which helps influence where resources are directed.

IN OTHER NEWS

They know we know they know
As the U.S. is looking into whether Russia meddled with the 2016 presidential election, Russia is now accusing the U.S. of attempting to meddle in the upcoming presidential there, set for March. (BBC)

Fitbit data reveals sensitive military locations worldwide
In "a major security oversight," heat maps of running activity tracked by fitness devices has revealed activity of U.S. soldiers at bases around the world that are well known and others that aren't meant to be, the Washington Post repots.

He'll be fine... probably
After a New York Times report revealed that President Trump wanted to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, who is leading the investigation into possible Russian election meddling, Democrats in Congress are calling for a bill to protect Mueller, but Republicans don't seem to be worried.

Helicopter crash in Garfield County kills one
A man died and two others were injured when a helicopter being used for animal tracking crashed Saturday in Garfield County, the Lewiston Tribune reports.