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Former Spokane city attorney will continue city labor work

A former city attorney and involved in the City Hall controversy regarding the firing of Spokane police Chief Frank Straub will remain working for the city on a temporary basis, …

Key figure in police chief harassment controversy quits job

Erin Jacobson, an assistant city attorney and a central figure in the continuing controversy at Spokane City Hall, is leaving city employment.

Prosecutors consider mayor’s concessions request

Another city union is voting on a plan that would meet Mayor Mary Verner’s request for concessions. The Spokane Prosecutors Association is considering a proposal that would eliminate its scheduled …

City jobs on the line as mayor presents budget

Spokane Mayor Mary Verner presented her grim 2011 budget to the City Council on Monday still without having achieved union concessions. That means the loss of 120 city jobs remains …

Officer acquitted of threat against wife is suing city

A case that was settled in criminal court two years ago is still percolating in the Spokane Police Department, with a detective suing the city for defamation and his boss, …

City layoff list puts 120 workers at risk

Spokane administrators next week will inform about 120 workers that they will lose their jobs by the end of the year. Some could be demoted but remain on the city …