Verner takes questions from reporters on election night
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner answers questions from reporters shortly after hearing election results at her campaign party at Taaj Indian restaurant.
Josh Romney campaign for dad in Spokane Valley
Josh Romney, 36, campaigns for his dad, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney at CenterPlace in Spokane Valley on Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2002. In this clip, Romney is answering questions from …
Mayor Mary Verner addresses supporters on election night
Spokane Mayor Mary Verner addresses supporters at her election night party at Taaj Indian Restaurant soon after the release of number showing her trailing her opponent, David Condon. She says …
Ron Paul takes questions from the press
Republican presidential candidate Ron Paul took questions from the media after his rally at the Spokane Convention Center on Friday, February 17, 2012.
Gene and Vicky Littell on daughter’s death
Gene and Vicky Littell, the parents of Susette G. Werner, who was struck and dragged by a car early Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009, talk about their daughter’s death. 1
Gene Littell on daughter’s death
Gene Littell, father of Susette G. Werner, who was dragged to death early Sunday, Feb. 8, 2009, talks about forgiving his daughter’s killer, who remains at large.
Ian James’s phone call to 911
Ian E. James, 38, made this call to 911 after his girlfriend, Lynea M. Sprung Hambrice, 36, fell 12 stories to her death at the Coeur d’Alene Resort on July …
Don Poffenroth of Dry Fly (Click player above for audio)
Don Poffenroth of Dry Fly Distilling talks about plans to sell more whiskey this year, adding about 40 percent extra capacity at its Spokane production facility.
Jay Inslee talks charter schools to WEA
Democratic candidate for governor, Jay Inslee, talks about his opposition to charter schools to the Washington Education Association on May 18, 2012. The group held its annual convention at the …
Ray LaHood on Obama transportation plan, 9-7-2010
U.S. Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood speaks to reporters on Tuesday, Sept. 7, 2010 after a groundbreaking ceremony for the southbound lanes of the North Spokane Corridor between Francis Avenue …
Sen. Patty Murray on Obama transportation plan, 9-7-2010
U.S Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., says she needs more information before endorsing President Obama’s plan to spend $50 billion on transportation projects through the creation of an “infrastructure bank.” Murray …
C) Bob Apple: “I hope the voters take a negative act towards those who think that they don’t have a right to an input”
City Councilman Bob Apple criticizes other city council members for not considering a levy lid lift (asking voters for a property tax increase) and for considering a tax on vehicle …
A) Jon Snyder: “You can’t just say, ‘We need the streets fixed! We need the streets fixed!’ and then vote against every single remedy that we have at our disposal”
Spokane City Councilman Jon Snyder criticizes some of his colleagues for wanting to improve streets while being reluctant to approve new fees or taxes to pay for improvements. Snyder is …
1959 Idaho championship game 01
Part 1 of the radio broadcast of the 1959 state championship game between the Kellogg and Pocatello boys basketball teams. Courtesy of Jeff Wombolt, who played on the 1959 team.
Jay Inslee talks collective bargaining to WEA
Democratic candidate for governor, Jay Inslee, talks about his support for collective bargaining to the Washington Education Association at the group’s annual convention on Friday, May 18, 2012 at the …
D) Joe Shogan: “A B&O tax in this town has got about as much chance as an ice cube in hell”
City Council President Joe Shogan responds during a briefing about street policy and funding on Jan. 25, 2011 to City Councilman Bob Apple who said who hopes voters take revenge …
B) Steve Corker: “If the No. 1 priority of the city was public safety, would we have the courage to vote in a B&O (tax) to ensure that was funded?”
Spokane City Councilman Steve Corker argues that the City Council has been too focused on street issues when the No. 1 priority of the city should be public safety. Corker …
1959 Idaho championship game 02
Part 2 of the radio broadcast of the 1959 state championship game between the Kellogg and Pocatello boys basketball teams. Courtesy of Jeff Wombolt, who played on the 1959 team.
John Ahern on 10-13-2010
Former Republican state Rep. John Ahern gives his closing statement at a debate sponsored by the Spokane Building Owners and Managers Association on Wednesday, Oct. 13, 2010.
A clip from the appearance by Chief Justice John Roberts at the University of Idaho on March 13. Roberts is being questioned about a case involving Barack Obama’s citizenship. 1