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  • New world cuisine

    On her first visit to an American supermarket, Tina Moga from Moldova came home with an avocado. “I didn’t know what it was,” she recalled. “When I tasted it the …

  • Fees may not be taxes, but they’ll still cost you

    Idaho’s Legislature is down on new taxes, but this year the lawmakers are fond of new or higher fees. Boaters, including rafters and paddlers, have new licensing requirements, and nonresidents …

  • Judge applies law to students’ lives

    When Spokane County District Court Judge Richard White spoke to Stacy Delcour’s senior civics class at West Valley High School on Thursday, he seemed as at home in the classroom …

  • Fallout from junket incidents worries convention promoters

    Public anger over junkets taken by executives whose companies received federal bailout money threatens a convention and meetings business that employs a million people, including thousands in Spokane, local officials …

  • Cheap, chemical-free sanitizer gets notice

    LOS ANGELES – It’s a kitchen degreaser. It’s a window cleaner. It kills athlete’s foot. Oh, and you can drink it. Sounds like the old “Saturday Night Live” gag for …

  • Obama declares storm disaster for Wash. state

    President Barack Obama declared a federal disaster Friday for the flooding, mudslides and avalanches in Washington state earlier this month.

  • Poor get fish, but not warning

    BOISE – A North Idaho food bank gave away thousands of pounds of fish donated by the state wildlife agency without knowing about a state health department warning that eating …

  • Spokane reservation murder trial gets under way

    A 31-year-old man is on trial in U.S. District Court, charged with first-degree murder, first-degree burglary and using a firearm in a crime of violence on the Spokane Indian Reservation. …

  • Pickup slams into empty cattle rig

    A 62-year-old Greenacres man was seriously injured in a fiery crash that closed Highway 53 west of Rathdrum for hours Monday morning. Aaron Davaz crossed the centerline in a 2004 …



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