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Plans for a young adult homeless shelter have stalled after Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward refused to allow it to be located within city limits.
The cost of its recycling program has evolved from negligible to eyebrow-raising over the last decade, leading the city to rethink recycling.
In response to weapon-carrying people at recent protests, a new Spokane City Council proposal would ask police to stop armed militia groups from gathering in the city.
Spokane’s newest playground is replete with state-of-the-art equipment, but Emmett Sonnemaker’s favorite amenity is simply the space to safely roll around.
Spokane Municipal Community Court was forced Monday to pause plans to hire a leader for its new East Central location as a skeptical Spokane City Council digs for more details.
To city engineers, it’s the ideal spot for a water tower – flat and open, publicly owned land at just the right elevation.
A new Spokane Municipal Community Court branch in the East Central Neighborhood is an evolution in the reformation of the city’s criminal justice system, but one Spokane City Council member has questioned whether a community center and neighborhood pillar is the right home for it.
The city’s Parks and Recreation division plans to remain cautious but nimble as it plans for 2021.
The city’s civilian police watchdog told elected officials last week that his office made little progress in overcoming barriers to independent oversight of the department in 2019.
The same pandemic forcing Spokane city leaders to pour millions of dollars into rental assistance is giving them pause before implementing new protections for tenants.
The city definitely loses money on every glass bottle a Spokane resident tosses in a blue recycling bin, but the environmental benefit is less certain.
Spokane City Administrator Wes Crago abruptly resigned this week, less than a year after Mayor Nadine Woodward picked him as the top nonelected official at City Hall .
Spokane City Council members largely agreed Monday on what federal policy changes Congress should enact, but one stood out.
The pitch to the public: a new downtown police precinct will bring more officers into the heart of downtown, interacting on bicycle and foot patrols with city residents and visitors.
Homeless service providers city officials are already talking about plans for housing this winter, with a forecasted need for increased space due to challenges caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
Mark Wiener vividly remembers the Great Portland Fluoride Battle of 2013.
Calling all vexillologists.
The scene quickly turns deadly when a domestic violence suspect twists away from a police officer’s handcuffs and reaches for her gun.
As proponents continued their push for fluoridation of Spokane’s water, skeptics pleaded with the City Council to pause on Wednesday.
The Spokane City Council is barreling toward an initial vote on fluoridating the city’s water supply this week, but before it does so, those for and against the plan will be given an opportunity to offer their input.