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UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 17, 2019

Sociology professor visits SCC to explore the legacy of the ‘real’ Martin Luther King Jr.

Sociology professor Darryl Brice visited Spokane Community College on Thursday to discuss the ways in which key pieces of Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy have been omitted from public discourse.

McDonald’s manager stabs man during fight, police say

Police say a McDonald’s fast-food store manager in Des Moines stabbed someone with a pocket knife during a fight after a group of at least five people refused his request …

Officers turn out for son of officer slain in 2001

About 100 uniformed officers lined up outside a stadium in Everett to greet the son of a slain police officer as he graduated from high school.

Man sentenced to 27 years in prison for producing child porn

A former Des Moines, Washington, man has been sentenced to 27 years in prison for producing and possessing images of child pornography.

Police kill machete-wielding man in Des Moines

Authorities say a Kent police officer shot and killed a man who refused to drop a machete in Des Moines.

Suspect in Iowa police officer deaths has history of racial provocations

A white man with a history of racial provocations and confrontations with police ambushed and fatally shot two white officers Wednesday in separate attacks as they sat in their patrol …

Girls swim team members hire male stripper as a joke; school unamused

A Des Moines school district spokesman has confirmed that ninth-grade girls hired a male stripper to perform at their school’s synchronized swimming club’s annual banquet.

Democratic debate takeaways: Somber on Paris, divisions on policy

Some takeaways from the Des Moines debate.

100 years ago in Spokane: As Spokane prepared to go dry, Des Moines proclaimed prohibition a success

The Spokesman-Review sent a correspondent to Des Moines, Iowa, to explore the question: What will Spokane be like without saloons?

UPDATED: Mon., July 1, 2013

Potentially deadly drug abuse worsening at concerts

Organizers of the electronic music festival Paradiso promised the event last weekend at the Gorge Amphitheatre would be an “electronic paradise.” Instead, one person died and dozens were hospitalized after …