Former Spokesman-Review Editor Steve Smith had a “very large amount” of images depicting child sexual abuse in his possession and was downloading more when investigators searched his home Thursday afternoon, according to court documents filed Friday.
One morning, in the throes of grieving the tragic and brutal slayings of four students at the University of Idaho where she teaches, Rebecca Scofield awoke to find that a psychic on TikTok had accused her of orchestrating the killings.
Pride in Perry, the block party in Spokane's most prominent "gayborhood," was a stop on a new white supremacist network's tour of hate this summer that's targeting small pride events across the Northwest.
A counselor at Daybreak Youth Services, the now-closed youth mental health treatment facility in Spokane, had her license suspended Tuesday after allegations of sexual misconduct at the facility dating back to 2021.
Shawn Robson, a noncommissioned officer in charge of the base's Combat Arms Training Management section, was sentenced to 18 months of probation. He pleaded guilty to possession of stolen ammunition in March.
Preparing for her Sunday morning message didn’t go as planned this week for the Rev. Gen Heywood, who arrived at Veradale United Church of Christ to a strong odor of diesel fuel and the absence of the colorful pride flags that had graced the church’s entryway hours before.
Pops of color frequently disrupted the steady stream of capped and gowned students who received their diplomas at Whitworth University last month as dozens of students handed University President Scott McQuilkin pride flags.