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Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Tod Stephens

Tod Stephens

Current Position: business reporter

Tod Stephens joined The Spokesman-Review in July 2023 as a business writer. He is a graduate of the University of Wyoming with degrees in English Studies and Economics. He recently covered business, education and military beats at the Rapid City Journal in Rapid City, South Dakota.

Most Recent Stories

News >  Sci/Tech

Northern lights may wow Spokanites this weekend

In the coming days, an all-time classic show that has dazzled onlookers for generations may come to Spokane. Vibrant and awesome, the northern lights may be seen in the Lilac City and as far south as Alabama.

News >  Business

The Dirt: Housing development planned for west Spokane

Plans have been sent to the city of Spokane to build 72-units of housing near the Copper River Apartments in west Spokane. The site, owned by Catholic Housing Services of Eastern Washington, is across the Spokane River from Doomsday Hill.
News >  Local business

Mary’s Place leveled for parking

For almost 120 years Mary’s Place has stood at its South Hill location, eventually in the shadows of the Providence Sacred Heart Medical Center campus. But Wednesday morning, the house was flattened in about an hour.
News >  Business

Spokane Valley hydrogen fuel company explains layoffs

Plug Power Inc., a firm that supplies hydrogen fuel to companies like Amazon, Walmart and Home Depot, recently announced it will soon lay off dozens of employees.But the New York-based company’s Inland Northwest presence will remain.

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