Putin and Trump deny collusion, crews battling Lincoln County fire, and other morning headlines

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 ICYMI: Daniel Walters wasn't able to attend a Bicyclists' Town Hall the city put on, so instead he compiled a tongue-in-cheek list of ways to make the city's biking better. Take #8: City amendment to make laws temporarily no longer apply to cyclists immediately after they yell "hot pizza."

NEWS: A WSU study looking at the impacts of shift work on our bodies found that the brain's biological clock isn't as in charge as was once thought: the digestive system's own biological clock adjusted way faster even after just three days of shift work.

IN OTHER NEWS

Deny, deny, deny

Just days after the Justice Department indicted a dozen Russian intelligence agents with charges related to meddling with the 2016 presidential election, President Donald Trump sat down with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who denied that Russia had interfered. (New York Times)

Rattlesnake Fire about half contained
After burning about 2,600 acres, a wildfire in Lincoln County dubbed the Rattlesnake Fire has been about half contained, KREM reports.

All women's sailing team makes it to Alaska first
An all female Seattle-based team called Sail Like a Girl won a several hundred mile race to Alaska, sailing only with wind and power generated by their own bodies, The Seattle Times reports.

Surviving the fall
A woman survived for a week after her car crashed off a cliff in California, and was finally found alive by a couple who were camping in the area. (CBS)

French players celebrate after winning the 2018 soccer World Cup final against Croatia in Moscow, July 15, 2018. Led by Kylian Mbappé and Paul Pogba, France brings home its second World Cup trophy, 20 years after winning its first. - JAMES HILL/THE NEW YORK TIMES
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  • French players celebrate after winning the 2018 soccer World Cup final against Croatia in Moscow, July 15, 2018. Led by Kylian MbappĂ© and Paul Pogba, France brings home its second World Cup trophy, 20 years after winning its first.
France wins World Cup
France took the 2018 World Cup after beating Croatia 4-2. (NPR)