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  • Man pleads guilty in killing

    Just as his murder trial was set to begin, Matthew R. Jones pleaded guilty Wednesday in connection with a shooting on Halloween night that killed a 22-year-old man who was …


  • Valley couple lose home, five dogs in morning fire

    Herb and Jean Davenport watched decades of memories go up in smoke after a Friday morning fire destroyed the Spokane Valley home where they had lived for 34 years. A …


  • ‘Hybrid’ homes cater to seniors

    Wendell and Nada Anglesey knew they wouldn’t be able to live in their split-entry home much longer, but they sure weren’t encouraged by the housing alternatives on the market. Wendell …


  • VA fraud case allowed to proceed

    A federal judge refused Friday to dismiss charges against a 58-year-old Spokane man who is accused of pretending to be paralyzed and successfully collecting $1.5 million in monthly payments from …


  • Bach to the future

    Bach is back in Spokane, and he is not alone. The 31st Northwest Bach Festival lineup includes music by composers stretching from the 17th to the 21st centuries. The festival …


  • Psychologist key in torture policy, report says

    Bruce Jessen, a senior military psychologist with offices in Spokane, played a key role in expanding the controversial use of torture against enemy combatants, according to the report released Thursday …


  • Gregoire gives yearly progress report

    OLYMPIA – Saying “the state of our state is strong,” Gov. Chris Gregoire on Tuesday touted her record in the past three years and charted a future course, promising better …

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