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Emergency clinic provides after-hours care for pet owners in need

The door slammed and Li’l Puddns came up a couple inches short. The beloved black cat broke her routine last Thursday evening and didn’t quite clear the door before it slammed on her tail. Her owner took her to the after-hours Pet Emergency Clinic and Referral Center.

Report: Portland chief smelled of alcohol after shooting

The Portland police chief who was put on leave after revelations he may have lied about accidentally shooting a friend in the back during a hunting trip smelled of alcohol during an interview afterward, according to documents.

Portland mayor places police chief on paid leave

The Portland mayor has placed Portland police Chief Larry O’Dea on paid administrative leave after information emerged that the chief may have misled an investigator about his involvement in an accidental shooting while hunting in Eastern Oregon.

Jim Kershner’s this day in history

From our archives, 100 years ago A huge crowd gathered at the Church of Our Lady of Lourdes for the “most noted celebration in the history of the Catholic Church in Spokane.”

GSL drops all 3 in State 3A openers

TACOMA – It wasn’t a good day for 3A Greater Spokane League basketball teams at the state tournament Thursday. It wasn’t a particularly good start for Shadle Park’s Highlanders, who quickly found themselves down 19-4 before succumbing 74-46 to defending state champ Rainier Beach at the Tacoma Dome.