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UPDATED: Wed., Nov. 13, 2019

Beggs extends lead over Wendle to more than 300 votes in race for Spokane council president

City Councilman Breean Beggs’ lead overlocal businesswoman Cindy Wendle in the race for Spokane City Council president grew by more than 300 votes after more votes were counted Wednesday night.

UPDATED: Mon., June 17, 2019

Rent control in Spokane is idea gaining ground

Rent control has gained ground in New York, but less so in Spokane, where homelessness and rental scarcity are problems that lawmakers are now seeking to alleviate with different approaches.

Two Views: Breann Beggs: Broadband should be open to all

User-paid public broadband infrastructure combined with expanded private companies providing internet access to our neighborhoods and business centers will secure Spokane’s place at the table of increasing economic vitality in …

Restore High Drive bluff, seek answers

Despite some calls to leave the road there, mitigation and restoration are the right moves. A beloved natural area was illegally mutilated. Use of the road could cause further damage.

Conviction likely to bring changes at department

The conviction of Officer Karl Thompson could mean a significant shift in the running and politics of the Spokane Police Department, some city officials and police accountability advocates said after …

Trespassing ruling could muddle case against protesters

An anti-war demonstrator’s trespassing conviction was overturned this week, wiping out a jury verdict for a 2006 protest at a military office and possibly causing problems for the city’s cases …