A tearful Rep. Christy Perry, R-Nampa, spoke out against the move to return the governor’s health care bill to committee. “I have been all but spit on in this body for bringing it back,” she told the House. “I don’t give a damn what anybody...
When you check out some “facts” on the guns vs. knives argument, they don’t stand up.
TRANSITIONS -- The Outdoors Blog is evolving. After nearly 41 years as Outdoors editor at The Spokesman-Review, Rich Landers has officially retired. He will continue writing occasionally as an Outdoors correspondent, but the reins of the department and Outdoor coverage have been handed to the...
From our award-winning Eye on Boise political blog to the new Extra Credit education blog, our bloggers cover the stories behind the stories and extra information you can't find anywhere else, in print or online.
Thoughts and ruminations from S-R columnist Doug Clark
From the cafeteria to the lecture hall, news and notes on education
News, happenings and more from the Idaho Legislature and the state capital.
- Senate takes up anti-trespassing bill…
- Motion to return health care bill to committee without a vote passes House, 42-27
- Tearful Rep. Perry: ‘They can’t get medical care, they can’t get help’
- Wood moves to return health care bill to committee
- Chanting protesters disrupt House, calling for action on health care; ISP escorts them out of gallery
- Monday funeral plans add urgency to end-of-session scramble; House health-care bill vote possible today
News and commentary about transportation in Spokane, the Inland Northwest and beyond.
D.F. Oliveria started Huckleberries Online on Feb. 16, 2004. Oliveria's Sunday print Huckleberries is a past winner o...
Welcome to The Spokesman-Review’s blog for data about Spokane, North Idaho and the surrounding communities. Some o...
- Road signs: What license plate trends can tell you about Washington State
- Know Spokane map: special license plates in Washington
- Spokane’s lingering taste for ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ is best served online
- Surprisingly popular books and where to find them (hint: the library)
- Know Spokane data repository
- Craft Beer Week: Spokane’s local breweries hit their stride
A one-stop resource for all things beer, both local and beyond
Rich Landers writes and photographs stories and columns for a wide range of outdoors coverage, including Outdoors fea...
- Rich Landers’ Outdoors Blog evolves; S-R’s Eli Francovich takes over 3
- It’s a record! Surge of bald eagles flocks to Lake Coeur d’Alene
- Wildlife recreation grant proposals screened by volunteers
- Powder lists Spokane as ‘Next American Ski Town’ because it’s affordable 2
- Snowy owl brightens Lincoln County landscape
- Colville Forest reopens Sullivan Creek Road closed by wild fires
Photo blog of The Spokesman-Review's award winning photojournalists
- Catching up with Then and Now
- Patriotic tears fall as American flag is raised
- S-R Archive find of the day: 1941 Sturgeon
- S-R Archive find of the day: Spokane’s first “Big” Memorial Day Parade in 1884 1
- S-R Archive find of the day: 1942 Memorial Day Parade 1
- S-R Archive find of the day: 1965 Memorial Day 1
Public safety news from the Inland Northwest and beyond.
- No, a Spokane woman did not have her hijab ripped off after the election 7
- ‘Dateline’ tackles the James Henrikson case; here’s a companion reader 1
- Internal investigation of Sgt. John Gately goes to administrative review panel 7
- SPD Chief Craig Meidl’s full answer about the Karl Thompson salute 15
- Why isn’t Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich on a panel interviewing Spokane police chief finalists? 3
- Blame the heat? Police say swimmers broke into apartment, assaulted tenants 4
The Spokesman-Review's political team keeps a critical eye on local, state and national politics.
- 2 Dozen kids killed with a knife in Norway? No way.
- Sunday Spin 2: Is social media the new “town square”?
- Senator takes issue with new “no guns in the gallery” rule
- Holiday tree goes up in Rotunda
- Holding onto that ballot for more info? We got that covered
- For the record: Don’t be blinded by the light, or the cover
Movies, dining and things to do / Spokane and North Idaho
- Now Streaming: Is “Mrs. Maisel” Marvelous?
- Friday’s openings: The plots thicken
- No, 5 Seconds of Summer hasn’t been banned
- Indie rock showcase Bartfest canceled
- Friday’s openings: Cats and dogs, heroes and villains
- Even more to do at Summer Parkways this year
- Dawes performs for an appreciative crowd in Liberty Lake 1
News and events in the greater Spokane Valley area.
- Spokane Valley snow plowing under way
- Spokane Valley City Council adds to agenda for election night meeting 2
- Library District “de-annexation” on Spokane Valley agenda
- Ads questioning Spokane Valley City Council keep popping up 5
- Spokane Valley road construction
- Trans Pacific Partnership hearing at Spokane Valley City Council 1
SportsLink is your portal into sports news around the Inland Northwest and beyond. You'll find updates, notes and opi...
- WHL Bantam Draft chat (Thursday, May 4)
- James Williams hoping for another big day in Spokane
- Luke Falk says Easop Winston’s hands are “the best I’ve ever seen”
- Grant Porter talks about switching positions
- Alex Grinch on WSU scrimmage: A million mistakes and a million opportunities
- Mike Leach sees more consistency in Cougars scrimmage
The online home for Paul Turner's musings and interactions with disciples of The Slice.
Technology stuff, Game reviews, poorly photoshopped images and offbeat humor from the geeks who run spokesman.com ...