A lawsuit by the city of Spokane against Monsanto over pollution in the Spokane River can go forward, a federal judge in Spokane ruled.
The new U-District bridge linking the promise of college with the problems of a neighborhood is a chance for change that Spokane should embrace.
A dream to honor the late father of Major League great Cal Ripken Jr. converged Wednesday with the legacy of Otto Zehm as Spokane officials gathered in the rain to …
Beginning Nov. 1, Comcast will impose a new fee on heavy users of its cable internet service.
A public records lawsuit filed in August by retired Spokane Police detective Brian Breen has been settled by the City of Spokane, though the City Council still has to approve …
Through song, dance and prayer, the indigenous peoples of the Inland Northwest sent a clear message during Spokane’s first Indigenous Peoples Day celebration Monday: We’re still here.
The city of Spokane spent nearly $29,000 on its yearlong search for a new police chief, according to public records compiled by The Spokesman-Review.
A research project funded by the city of Spokane is looking at whether mushrooms could help clean up PCBs from stormwater before it gets into the Spokane River.
Mr. Asphalt answers all your questions about downtown Spokane road construction.
Twenty-one restored railcars arrived Monday in Spokane in a rolling museum celebrating the splendor and elegance of vintage passenger trains. The owners are attending the American Association of Private Railroad …
Downtown Spokane streets Lincoln and Monroe will have a base layer of blacktop by Halloween - as long as there’s no snowfall.
The City Council wants to hear from public works officials on construction progress, which has hampered traffic across the downtown this season
“Rat feces an inch thick on every surface.” That’s how Jeannette Leckvold remembers the house on West College Avenue the first time she walked in.
The 1915 collapse of Spokane’s Division Street bridge convinced the young city it had to take better care of its bridges, and build them with concrete instead of steel.
Retired Spokane Police officer Brian Breen has filed a lawsuit against the City of Spokane for the
Carl Strong oversees Spokane’s pools and discusses the qualities he looks for in lifeguard applicants, and what he’d like to do better.
I am sorry for the turmoil the recent personnel matters have caused you and the community. No matter how well-intentioned our actions, we fell short of your expectations. You and …
The City Council has room for improvement, in its approach to the Spokane area’s economy.
Part II: “This has always been a hole Condon has insisted on digging ever deeper, out of defensiveness and a failure to treat the criticisms and questions as legitimate.”
Does the buck stop anywhere at City Hall? Or does it vanish into a black hole called the city attorney’s office?
Doug Clark said the recent investigation into the city of Spokane’s ouster of former Police Chief Frank Straub validated his position that the incident “stunk like three-day-old road kill.”
Yakima police Chief Dominic Rizzi says he has no plans to interfere with marijuana businesses in Spokane. Rizzi, one of two finalists vying to run the Spokane Police Department, has …
An oil train derailment in downtown Spokane would pose “extreme challenges” for emergency responders, a city consultant testified last week at a state hearing. They could be dealing with fire, …
For the longest time, “Division Street exit” was code for “Spokane’s ugly front door.” Now it’s an example of what Spokane can do.
Remember the golden olden days? You know, back when we all lived in blissful speculation about what horrors might be unleashed should some political upstart come along and break Spokane’s …
Doug Clark asks, how can there be 31 people interested in leading the Spokane Police Department?
Thirty-one people have applied to be the next chief of the Spokane Police Department, and eight of them live in Washington.
A complaint against Adam McDaniel has been dismissed by the Spokane Ethics Commission.
The city of Spokane is accelerating plans to switch out lead lines in its water delivery system, following national attention over Flint, Michigan’s contaminated drinking water.
Ten people have applied to be chief of the Spokane Police Department so far, which is considered a “high” number of applicants by the recruiter leading the search, according to …