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Sunday, November 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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News >  Spokane

Spike in domestic violence cases prompt new system to improve protection for victims

A new initiative is spotlighting the high rate of Spokane County domestic violence, a trend that’s also increased the workload for processing protection orders. About a year ago, the Spokane County Clerk’s Office launched a program to speed up the sending of legal protection order details to law enforcement, with two workers entering information electronically as documents are approved.
News >  Business

Business Beat

Accounting BDO USA LLP has promoted Amy Roberts to assurance office managing partner at the firm’s Spokane office. She has more than 19 years of accounting experience.
News >  Idaho

Controversial church aims to ‘make Moscow a Christian town’

An area of progressive values in a part of the state and country that is deeply red, Moscow is just about perfect for a lot of residents. But leaders of Christ Church say they’re trying to evangelize in an area that has shown indifference toward religion, prompting tension in the city of roughly 25,000 residents.
News >  Business

Motley Fool: Profits are brewing

If you’re looking for a company that’s growing at a healthy clip, pays a dividend and has been increasing that dividend regularly, take a closer look at Starbucks.
News >  Business

Week Ahead

Conventions 2019 Annual Northwest Bigfoot Battle – USA Wrestling, today, Spokane Convention Center, 2,000 attendees.
News >  Spokane

Dangerous fire weather conditions return Sunday to Southern California

UPDATED: Sat., Nov. 16, 2019

Red flag warnings will be in place Sunday for a broad stretch of Southern California, from Ventura County through Orange County, the Inland Empire and most of San Diego County, according to the National Weather Service. The mountains of Los Angeles County and the San Fernando and Santa Clarita valleys are also at high fire weather risk.