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News >  Spokane

Camp Hope, the story in 18 months

On Dec. 10, 2021, as the weather grew freezing, dozens of tents were erected in front of Spokane City Hall to protest the scarcity of low-barrier beds for the homeless, the kind anyone could access despite addiction, mental illness or other obstacles.

News >  Home and garden

Design Recipes: Make a great first impression with your entra point of entry

Homes make a first impression on visitors within seconds of entering the space. The foyer, or point of entry, serves as a sneak peek of what’s to come. The initial message can be warm and welcoming, bold and bright, or functional and inviting. Regardless of the feeling you want to convey, look for opportunities to introduce a sense of style to create a great first impression. Where to start ...
News >  Nation/World

Will wildfires like these becomes the new normal?

With so much toxic wildfire smoke moving across the Canadian border and upending life across the eastern United States, it raises a troubling question: Will there be more of this in the years ahead, and if so, what can be done about it?
News >  Nation/World

Governments get nearly $19 billion more in opioid lawsuit settlements

UPDATED: Fri., June 9, 2023

States and local governments will receive an additional $18.75 billion from pharmacy chains and drug manufacturers to settle lawsuits over their roles in flooding the country with painkillers - money meant to help communities still grappling with an unparalleled addiction and overdose crisis, attorneys announced Friday.
News >  Nation/World

FBI investigating spy ring’s political contributions

UPDATED: Fri., June 9, 2023

Federal prosecutors are investigating possible campaign finance violations in connection with an undercover operation based in Wyoming that aimed to infiltrate progressive groups, political campaigns and the offices of elected representatives before the 2020 election, according to two people familiar with the matter.
News >  Business

Analysis: Why UW Athletics’ financial situation remains rocky

UPDATED: Fri., June 9, 2023

Jun. 9—There are some problems even Michael Penix Jr. can't solve. Despite a redemptive 2022 football season that included an 11-2 record, an Alamo Bowl win over Texas, a No. 8 national ranking and an undefeated 7-0 home slate, UW's athletic department expects a loss of $5.8 million in financial year 2023 (which stretches from July 1, 2022, to June 30). Even though UW's 93% season ticket ...
News >  Nation/World

Boris Johnson resigns from parliament

UPDATED: Fri., June 9, 2023

Britain’s former Prime Minister Boris Johnson abruptly resigned his parliamentary seat on Friday, another dramatic twist in the career of one of the country’s most flamboyant and divisive politicians.