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  • Protesters rally for police accountability

    More than 100 protesters gathered in front of Spokane City Hall Thursday night to rally for police accountability and changes to an oversight process they see as flawed.

  • City paralegal accused of drunken fight on airplane

    A paralegal for the city of Spokane, accused of a drunken altercation on an airplane, claimed to be a city prosecutor who worked for the police department when flight attendants …

  • Lark free from revitalization plan

    Perseverance paid off Tuesday for some of the staunchest critics of Spokane Valley’s proposed Sprague-Appleway Revitalization Plan. Among other last-minute changes, the City Council agreed to remove Susan and Jim …

  • Alternative programs make connections with students that keep them coming back

    The principal’s office at Havermale High School is more like a lounge, with a open door and rare moments of solitude. It isn’t trouble that brings students to Principal Fred …

  • Payday loan firm will pay out $2.5 million

    Misty Schleve, 25, was living with several roommates in Spokane and struggling to pay her bills when she took out a $200 payday loan just before Christmas 2004. It had …

  • Man impersonated wife online after killing her, police say

    Police say a Spokane man accused of bludgeoning his wife to death tried to make it look like she was still alive for several days after dumping her body next …

  • Environmental groups praise couples’ activism

    Two elderly couples praised as “dynamic duos” by Spokane Mayor Mary Verner grew up along lakes and rivers – and have dedicated years to protect the clear waters they cherish. …

  • Funding loss puts ride service at risk

    Dementia has stolen most of her cognitive powers. If left alone in a doctor’s office, she would forget where she is and begin to wander. She no longer understands the …

  • County sewer vote set for Jan. 6

    The final decision on whether to build a $142 million sewage plant that would serve Spokane Valley and Spokane County is set for Jan. 6. County commissioners set the date …

  • Shelter sets no-kill policy

    Arthur was as nervous as a college student before a final exam. Only for Arthur – he’s a stray dog turned in to SpokAnimal CARE – passing this test was …



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