King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg is urging lawmakers to repeal the state’s death penalty.
DJ’s Electrical spent time replacing streetlights in Battle Ground with LED bulbs. The change to the city’s 2,300 streetlights from high-pressure sodium to LED bulbs is part of an energy-saving initiative in the city.
Demand for the book has been “Fury”-ous, so local library patrons will have to wait a while to check out the best-seller by Michael Wolff.
People huddled into an amusement park basement and a subway station in Japan’s capital and others ducked and covered their heads at a community center Monday during a drill based on the scenario of an incoming North Korean missile.
Solar energy is booming in the United States, but companies riding the wave fear that President Donald Trump could undercut them this week if he decides to impose new tariffs on imported solar panels.
A 16-year-old boy accused of shooting a classmate at a Texas high school on Monday had a history of aggressive actions at school, a fellow student said.
Many federal employees started the workweek Monday with confusion and anxiety over a government shutdown that will lock hundreds of thousands of them out of their jobs.
A shooting in Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood left a teenager badly injured late Sunday, and the suspect told police it started with a duffel bag full of marijuana, according to court records.
A giant Dolly Varden (bull) trout, nicknamed Kaiser Bill, was terrorizing the other inhabitants of the Davenport Hotel’s aquarium.
Ask Dr. Universe column for Monday, Jan. 22.
WASHINGTON – As the federal government hurtled toward a shutdown this last week, lawmakers played a now-familiar parlor game: What on Earth does President Trump want? On Wednesday, the White House issued an official statement saying it supported a 30-day spending bill to avert a shutdown that included a six-year extension of the popular Children’s Health Insurance Program, or CHIP.
A lawsuit filed over the condition of a South Hill home has erupted into legal mess involving a host of attorneys and a Spokane police major-crimes investigation after someone forged the signature of Superior Court Judge Maryann Moreno onto a fake court order reversing her earlier decision.
Much like the Cascadia earthquake, the
I spent 10 years as the mother of two boys before our adopted daughter arrived last year. I can’t begin to count the number of times that I heard the phrase “just two” in response to how many children lived under my roof. The term always didn’t sit well with me, and I really struggled with it.
A verbal showdown will kick off Tuesday that will match wits of the Rogers High School debate club against two sitting Spokane County District Court judges.
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The Golden Gate building, erected in 1892 and named by two brothers named Stebbins from Oakland, California, on the northeast corner of Riverside Avenue and Lincoln Street, was a bustling retail business center since it opened.
Let’s move on.
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