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Tuesday, June 25, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Chief finalist withdraws after resume questioned

Blair Ulring has withdrawn his name from the list of finalists for the next chief of the Spokane Police Department following questions about his academic credentials. The former chief of …

Troopers show degrees of dishonesty

When Washington State Patrol Trooper Daniel Mann talks about his days at Berkley – if he ever does – it’s probably nothing like you imagine. No free-speech protests or sit-ins. …

Education bill also targets diploma mills

The U.S. House of Representatives this week passed a higher-education reauthorization bill that includes language to crack down on so-called diploma mills that sell fraudulent degrees and transcripts. The College …

Agents’ ruse argued at evidence hearing

Accused diploma mill operators Dixie and Steve Randock, of Colbert, told a federal judge they believed a hallway adjoining their leased Post Falls office suite was the designated private storage …

Bill targets ‘diploma mills’

Federal legislation inching its way through Congress would outlaw “diploma mills” like those at the center of a criminal case being prosecuted in Spokane. Eight members of Congress are co-sponsoring …