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A change in state tax law that will hit many professional firms and tech businesses while it helps to pay for Washington’s expanded college scholarship programs was signed Monday by Gov. Jay Inslee.
A new business tax the Legislature passed last year to generate money for the state’s college grant program needs an overhaul even though it just went into effect on Jan. 1, Senate Democrats said Thursday.
Two defendants tied to an insurance-fraud scheme that included Spokane developer Ron Wells were sentenced to federal prison on Tuesday.
Idaho state Rep. John O. Green said Wednesday that he has no immediate plans to step down after a Texas jury convicted him of the felony charge of conspiracy to defraud the federal government.
The federal criminal trial of Idaho state Rep. John O. Green, R-Post Falls, appears to be nearing an end in Texas, as the defense has begun presenting witnesses in the case in which Green is charged with helping a wealthy Texas couple hide assets to avoid paying income taxes.
Two defendants, who were tied to an insurance-fraud scheme that included Spokane developer Ron Wells, were sentenced to federal prison Wednesday and ordered to pay restitution to help cover the cost of the insurance payouts.
We know the price of the things we buy – from a loaf of bread to a laptop, a cellphone or a home, plane tickets, our cars, and a gallon of gas – but health care costs remain mysterious.
A dozen advisory votes are on the November ballot.
I can hardly contain myself. My most favorite holiday of the year is less than one month away. Eek! I’ve been very busy preparing, too – stringing cotton spider webs on the windows, hanging ghosts and skeletons along my front porch, hammering gravestones into my yard, creating my daughter’s elaborate costume and making spooktacular treats.
Earlier this year, the National Association of Manufacturers released “
Orin Ford recently opened the already popular O-Ramen restaurant in downtown Pullman, where he’s been running out of bones and selling out of broth since the first day of service. The casual, walk-up-counter eatery serves a streamlined menu with three soup bases: rich pork, blended chicken and pork, and garbanzo bean for a vegan option.
A conservative lawyer from Post Falls, who recently won a landslide election to the Idaho House of Representatives, is facing federal charges in Texas alleging that years ago he helped a well-heeled couple avoid federal taxes by hiding the proceeds from the sale of gold coins.
A Post Falls woman died in a crash near Post Falls on Friday night and police are investigating the cause of the crash, according to a news release from Idaho State Police.
The hometown company that offered a $25,000 reward for information leading to Jayme Closs is planning to give the money to the Wisconsin teen herself.
Jennie-O Turkey Store Sales is recalling 164,210 pounds of raw turkey because of possible salmonella contamination, the Agriculture Department says.
Jennie-O Turkey recalled packages of ground turkey in a salmonella outbreak, and regulators say additional products from other companies could be named as their investigation continues.
Let’s ‘de-politicize’ immigration. After all, we share the common heart Emma Lazarus shared with us all.
A search team has found the body of an 86-year-old Hayden man who was reported missing earlier this month, according to the Kootenai County Sheriff’s Office.
Longtime Spokane attorney and law firm partner, Hugh “Terry” Lackie, has made his last argument. He was 71.
Halloween and fall decor comes out with bats, witches, spider webs and jack-o’-lanterns appearing on porches and lawns. But the past few years I’ve noticed a rather alarming trend – ghostly white pumpkins.