Arrow-right Camera

The Spokesman-Review Newspaper The Spokesman-Review

Sunday, October 25, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Clear Night 18° Clear

Tag search results

Tags let us describe our content with keywords, making it easier to find what you're most interested in. Use the search box to look for tags, or explore our coverage with the lists below.

At 88, former Sheriff Joe Arpaio makes 2nd comeback bid

Joe Arpaio is trying to win back the sheriff’s post in metro Phoenix that he held for 24 years, facing his former second-in-command in the Aug. 4 Republican primary in what has become his second comeback bid.

Police: Man who shot 3 at Arizona complex felt bullied

Police in a Phoenix suburb on Thursday identified a 20-year-old man as the suspect in a shooting at a recently reopened shopping and entertainment district that injured three people and sent panicked people running for cover.

Zoos turn to social media to delight, raise money amid virus

Social media is one way zoos worldwide are engaging with people who can no longer visit – their main source of income – and raise some much-needed cash. Zoos and aquariums have brought adorable distraction by posting photos and videos of animals, but the closures mean they’re still in jeopardy.

VA plans to suspend University of Phoenix and other colleges from accessing GI Bill benefits

Five schools, including for-profit behemoth University of Phoenix and Temple University, may be prevented from enrolling new students using GI Bill benefits because they engaged in deceptive recruiting and advertising practices, the Department of Veterans Affairs said Monday. The decision is rooted in investigations by the Federal Trade Commission and state attorneys general that claim the colleges use misleading sales tactics to lure veterans and their families, according to the VA. The schools – University of Phoenix, Colorado Technical University, American InterContinental University, Bellevue University and Temple – have 60 days to address the problems or the federal agency will cut off access to the GI Bill benefits of new enrollees.

Joey Logano uses ‘Awesome Sauce’ to hold off Kevin Harvick

Joey Logano raved all weekend about the new “Awesome Sauce” at Phoenix Raceway, which was the driver’s nickname for the substance that was put on the mile oval to improve grip for tires and make for better racing. The sauce did its job during an entertaining show Sunday and so did Logano, who raced to his second NASCAR Cup Series win in three weeks by holding off Kevin Harvick during a two-lap overtime restart.

In tight race, Suns’ Devin Booker pushes into All-Star discussion

Devin Booker has produced the kind of all-around numbers for the past few seasons that suggest he should be an NBA All-Star. He usually commands the respect of opposing defenses like an All-Star. His teammates and coach believe there is no doubt that he’s an All-Star.

Uber, Lyft to stop Phoenix airport trips over higher fees

Uber and Lyft said they will make good on their threats to stop taking customers to and from the airport in the nation’s fifth-largest city, creating confusion next year for travelers used to opening a phone app to catch a ride after Phoenix decided to raise fees on ride-hailing companies.