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Megan Rowe joined The Spokesman-Review in 2017. She is a reporter for the City Desk covering national news at the local level.


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News >  Spokane
Aug. 12, 2019, 7:43 p.m.
The Trump administration made changes to the Endangered Species Act on Monday which would allow the government to take economic factors into the decision of listing a species as threatened or endangered.

News >  Spokane
Aug. 7, 2019, midnight
Even when ALS made speaking near-impossible, Jenny Hoff had a voice, advocating for a cure and providing guidance and support to fellow ALS sufferers. Making the most of her 13 years, Hoff considered herself living with – not dying of – the disease.

News >  Spokane
Aug. 3, 2019, midnight
Bob “Chick” Wynecoop, who chronicled his childhood on the Spokane Indian Reservation in the book “The Way It Was According To Chick,” died on Nov. 24 at the age of 83 due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. On Saturday, his ashes were buried in a Smoky the Bear cookie jar at Presbyterian Cemetery in Wellpinit.

News >  Spokane
July 31, 2019, midnight
For John Clarizio and Jerry Click, their vintage trucks are more than the sum of their parts. They’re an important part of automobile history. And the two Spokane men aren’t the only ones who see their vehicles that way: Clarizio’s 1936 Ford Station Wagon is currently featured in Vintage Trucks magazine, and Click’s 1925 Maxwell will be in an upcoming issue.