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Thursday, October 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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In brief: New COPS plans opening at 1889

Spokane COPS will hold a grand opening ceremony Wednesday from 4 to 7 p.m. in the newly formed Greater Spokane COPS in the second floor of the 1889 building, 120 …


Chief’s badge back in Spokane

A piece of Spokane history has been found in an old, filthy box in a storage room in Salem, Ore. The badge worn by Joel F. Warren, the first chief …


Chief’s badge back in Spokane

A piece of Spokane history has been found in an old, filthy box in a storage room in Salem, Ore. The badge worn by Joel F. Warren, the first chief …


Doug Clark: Sleazy deeds pay amply for city cop

Commander Clark will now shed light on some local law enforcement concerns.


The way they treated me should be a crime

Tuesday night was National Night Out, an exciting annual event where neighbors and law enforcers stuff their faces with barbecue chicken and other tasty grub and, oh yeah, talk about …


Something smells bad – besides the protesters

I have reached that stage in my career where I avoid city committee meetings like the pox. These functions are beyond boring. They are, in pharmaceutical terms, the Ambien of …


Big changes urged for police review

A consultant’s report recommends substantial changes for a citizen commission overseeing the Spokane Police Department and sweeping reforms in the way the department handles internal affairs investigations. The report also …