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Wednesday, November 13, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883

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Rain doesn’t dampen the mood of opening day at Shanghai Disney

Under dark skies and intermittent showers, Walt Disney Co. officially threw wide the gates of its most expensive international resort to mostly orderly crowds on Thursday, creating a beachhead for …


City triples charge for copying records

Spokane officials estimate it takes employees one minute for each copy they make at City Hall. Or at least that’s the justification for the recent tripling of prices to make …


Mother gives baby wrong drug after pharmacy’s labeling error

Lindsay Lindberg had needed special help from the start. The infant was born in November with a heart defect that left her fatigued and unable to nurse. Her mother, Courtney …


Big Horn Show starts Thursday

The live bears, hungry trout and leaping retrievers moving into the Spokane Fair and Expo Center this week will be just a fraction of the attractions at the Big Horn …


CdA’s new U.S. courthouse increases space, security

For the first time in 80 years, Coeur d’Alene has a new federal courthouse.


Police say man targeted elderly

A Spokane man suspected of scamming more than $100,000 from elderly people across the Northwest will appear in Yakima County Superior Court today. James William Schmidt, 50, faces a first-degree …


Cougs sign tight end from JC

Washington State has signed tight end Peter Tuitupou from Orem, Utah, to a national letter of intent, Cougars football coach Paul Wulff announced Monday. Tuitupou will enroll when the semester …


Superior, appeals court judgeships on line in vote

Spokane County has three contested judicial races this year – two in Superior Court and one at the Washington Court of Appeals. The most competitive race will decide who’ll be …