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  • Hobo History

    From the Spokesman.com video archive: Jim Kershner looks at the history of Hobo culture in Spokane.


  • Homeless Count

    Outreach workers contact homeless individuals in January 2008 to offer help and support. This is known as the “Homeless Count”.


  • Remembering those who died homeless

    Homeless advocates and friends honored those who died on the streets at a memorial service on Dec. 21.


  • Homeless camp forced to move again

    The residents of a tent city that was established about a month ago on private property in northeast Spokane have been given until Saturday to leave by the property owner, …


  • Homeless camp disbands

    A homeless camp disbanded this afternoon, ending a week-long protest in the grassy median on Riverside Avenue near Monroe Street. About 20 people – with help from city crews – …


  • The Bridges family

    Christopher and Dejah Bridges were living under the Maple Street Bridge before they had their son, Seven. They now live in the West Central neighborhood.


  • Dinner for 200

    When I’m struggling to come up with an idea for a good story I often force myself to get out of the office or car and just start walking. In …

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