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Neighborhoods north of Spokane maintain rural feel

Neighborhoods to the north of Spokane — Mead, Colbert, Fairwood and Wandermere — have held on to their largely residential and rural feel through the decades. With agricultural roots, Mead got its start in 1887 when settler James Berridge homesteaded 160 acres.

Stephen Colbert not sorry for comments that sparked #FireColbert

A funny thing happened to Stephen Colbert during his extended run at the top of the late-night ratings: After one of his many segments attacking President Trump went viral, people on social media started asking that CBS #FireColbert over something he said on Monday’s show.

Did Genesis Prep win title w/ringers?

Genesis Preparatory Academy in Post Falls should be celebrating its first Idaho state high school basketball championship. Instead, it's answering questions re: why a tiny school in Post Falls is using players from Nigeria, Uganda and Rwanda to win in Idaho's smallest school classification. Thomas Clouse/SR reports ...