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  • Ticket-signing system jeopardizes Photo Red

    A judge on Friday ruled against the city of Spokane in a decision that may invalidate the system by which traffic tickets are generated using controversial Photo Red cameras. The …

  • ‘One-stop’ general store offers eco-friendly goods

    Sun People Dry Goods Co. opened recently in a historic warehouse on the east end of downtown Spokane. “It’s a green-living general store,” said principal owner and manager Juliet Sinisterra. …

  • Clark: Bittersweet goodbye to a man of and for the people

    I felt a tug of sadness Friday when I heard the news. John Clark lost his two-year battle with cancer. He was 58.

  • John Clark, lawyer for the working class, dies

    The common man has lost one of his best advocates. John Clark, a prominent local defense attorney, died this morning following a long battle with cancer. Earlier this year, the …

  • Martial-arts competitor denies child rape charges

    A competitive mixed-martial arts fighter pleaded not guilty Wednesday to raping and molesting his girlfriend’s daughter.

  • Attorney: Spokane’s red-light camera ticket system flawed

    Local attorney John Clark challenged Spokane’s system of issuing tickets from red light cameras, arguing Thursday in Spokane Municipal Court that the city is not following well-established law.

  • City to drop July 4 case

    Five days after police videos from the July 4 protest surfaced just hours before trial, the city of Spokane announced it wants to dismiss criminal charges in the sole remaining …

  • Attorney suspected of assault turns self in

    A Spokane attorney wanted for failing to show up in court to face charges for allegedly assaulting his former law partner turned himself in Monday. A Spokane Police Department news …

  • Protester to take deal

    A 19-year-old protester arrested in Riverfront Park in a July 4 confrontation with a police officer is expected to plead guilty to riot, a misdemeanor charge, in a court appearance …

  • Attorneys offer help to July 4 protesters

    A total of 55 attorneys – including a former judge, a former county prosecutor and Gonzaga law professors – have volunteered to help defend protesters arrested in Riverfront Park in …

  • Trespassing ruling could muddle case against protesters

    An anti-war demonstrator’s trespassing conviction was overturned this week, wiping out a jury verdict for a 2006 protest at a military office and possibly causing problems for the city’s cases …



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