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    Montana’s gay marriage ban overturned; counties issue licenses

    HELENA – A federal judge on Wednesday overturned the state gay marriage ban in Montana, one of the last states to continue defending its ban despite rulings in favor of …

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    Gonzaga roughs up No. 22 SMU

    Gonzaga dismantled another opponent, and this outcome will raise some eyebrows across the college basketball landscape. The Bulldogs roughed up No. 22 SMU 72-56 before a full house of 6,000 … 2

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    Where is Gruber coverage?

    Jonathan Gruber is an Affordable Care Act consultant to the Obama administration. He is one of the key architects of Obamacare. The video of Gruber that recently surfaced of him …

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    Brookover: Adrian Peterson should get help and drop appeal

    The thing that matters most is the child. That part is indisputable. Regardless of how it was classified in a court of law, Adrian Peterson is guilty of a crime …

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    Family, friends remember South Hill homicide victim

    A week has passed since a gunman killed 26-year-old Zachary Lamb on Spokane’s South Hill, and family and friends are struggling with the loss of a young man they described … 5

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    Road rage incident leads to attack with metal mace

    A dispute over a stop sign in Spokane Valley Monday ended with two men wrestling over a metal mace. 93

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    Ferris asst. principal charged with molestation

    Ferris High School assistant principal Todd Bender admitted to having sexual contact with a teenage boy but said the teen initiated the interactions, according to court documents. 27

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    Ferris asst. principal posts bond in child molestation case

    A Ferris High School assistant principal accused of child molestation spent four hours in jail Tuesday night before posting bond. 59

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    Idaho teacher kills, skins rabbit in class

    BOISE — An Idaho biology teacher is facing possible disciplinary action after killing and skinning a rabbit in class to show students where their food comes from. 155

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    Snowy morning leads to 40 collisions, one fatality

    A fatal collision Thursday morning on State Highway 2 near Deep Creek left the highway closed in both directions. 38

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    Shawn Vestal: Gun rights activist takes aim at nonexistent wolf

    How much nonconfiscation of guns will have to occur before those who opposed closing the gun-show loophole recognize no one’s trying to confiscate their guns? How many uncles will have … 290

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    Walker ousts Parnell in Alaska governor’s race

    ANCHORAGE, Alaska – Independent candidate Bill Walker has won the Alaska governor’s race, following an aggressive challenge to Republican Gov. Sean Parnell. Walker grabbed a slim lead on election night, …

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    Dealership alters plans in building preservation compromise

    Two historic buildings on Spokane’s storied auto row will be demolished as part of a master plan to build a large downtown campus for an auto dealership. The decision to … 46

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    Pedestrian seriously injured in downtown collision

    Spokane police are investigating a vehicle-pedestrian collision at the intersection of West Sprague Avenue and South Browne Street. 32

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    Up for bid in Post Falls: 1,000 guns from private collection

    If you like guns, welcome to the candy store. A dizzying display of firepower from Winchester, Remington, Colt, Browning, Glock, Beretta, Ruger, Smith & Wesson and other manufacturers is ready … 18

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    Spokane to host 2015 World Science Fiction Convention

    About 5,000 science fiction fans are expected to beam down to Spokane next summer for the 2015 World Science Fiction Convention. The gathering, the 73rd annual WorldCon, is a big … 49

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    Police investigate North Spokane marijuana grow

    Police are investigating the owner of a North Spokane home after finding over 100 marijuana plants growing in his house. 84

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    Three robberies reported in Spokane Valley

    The Spokane Valley Police Department was stretched thin as they responded to three robberies early this evening. 14

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    Shawn Vestal: Beardism: A lifestyle or the decline of culture?

    I grew my first beard in college. It was scruffy, I was scruffy, it was a scruffy time. Since then, there has almost always been some sort of hair on … 89

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    Chiropractor charged with setting fire to his never-opened marijuana shop

    A Coeur d’Alene chiropractor and another man pleaded not guilty Wednesday to setting fire to a Spokane Valley strip mall after plans to open a pot business there fell through. 9