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Proposed eviction-law reforms clear second floor vote

A package of tenant protections including extended eviction-notice times has cleared its second floor vote in the Legislature.

UPDATED: Mon., Sept. 17, 2018

Judge orders Steve Groene out of Coeur d’Alene home built for his daughter after 2005 murders

Steve Groene must vacate the Coeur d’Alene house he has lived in for more than a decade, a judge ruled Thursday, ending protracted litigation over the home that was built …

Papa John’s further shuns founder, evicting him from offices

Papa John’s International’s board put further distance between the pizza chain and its outspoken founder John Schnatter for using a racial slur, agreeing to review all ties to him, evict …

Planned apartment complex pushing out Seattle food bank

A Seattle food bank is being pushed out of its location to make room for an upcoming 30-story apartment complex.

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 24, 2018

Trump officials fight eviction from Panama hotel they manage

One of President Donald Trump’s family businesses is battling an effort to physically evict its team of executives from a luxury hotel in Panama where they manage operations, and police …

R Kelly evicted from 2 Georgia homes over $30K unpaid rent

Court documents show R&B singer R. Kelly has been evicted from two Atlanta-area homes over unpaid rent.

Daiquiri Factory facing eviction again

The embattled Daiquiri Factory at 121 N. Wall St. in downtown Spokane, which faced criticism and lawsuits over the names of its drinks, is once again facing eviction.

Homes being moved for car wash in West Central

While residents of West Central Spokane aren’t excited for a new car wash that’s replacing a full block of low-income homes, the developer and local non-profits were able to save …

Judge denies Daiquiri Factory owner’s latest appeal

A controversial downtown bar will remain closed pending further legal action, Spokane Superior Court Judge Linda Tompkins ruled Thursday.

Daiquiri Factory, controversial Spokane bar, gets evicted

Less than five months after opening amid public outcry about one of its drink names, the controversial Daiquiri Factory in downtown Spokane was shuttered Monday morning with assistance from sheriff’s …

Embattled bar owner gets eviction notice

The landlord of a controversial downtown bar won a victory Wednesday after a judge signed an order evicting the Spokane Downtown Daiquiri Factory from its location on West Main Avenue. …

Judge orders eviction of Daiquiri Factory

A judge ordered eviction for a controversial downtown Spokane bar Wednesday, court officials and attorneys confirm.

Homeless campers pack up

They left quietly, saying goodbye to the patch of sidewalk under the freeway that was the only home they’ve known for the last couple of months. Residents of a homeless …

Spokane homeless told to pack their tents

SPOKANE — Homeless people who have been camping under an Interstate 90 viaduct in downtown Spokane are facing a deadline this afternoon to move on.

Judge boots couple’s unwelcome tenant

An elderly Spokane Valley couple’s battle to have a woman evicted from their garage is apparently over. An eviction order was signed by a judge last week and sheriff’s deputies …

Nightmare neighbors evicted

An elderly Spokane Valley couple’s battle to have a woman evicted from their backyard garage is apparently over. An eviction order was signed by a judge last week and sheriff’s …

Couple believes ‘tenants’ have moved out

An elderly Spokane Valley couple beleaguered by unwelcome tenants in their backyard garage say the people have apparently moved out.