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Waste to Energy Plant turns 25

Twenty-five years ago, the city of Spokane closed its landfills and constructed the Waste to Energy near the Spokane Airport to dispose of garbage produced in the city and some …

Gregorire_Rossi debate

Gov. Christine Gregoire and gubernatorial candidate Dino Rossi square off during the 2008 election season.

What would you do with a rebate check?

Spokane area residents talk about what they’d do with a tax rebate check and what they think of Congress’ plan.

Spokane residents respond: Is there a recession?

With the stock market opening down nearly 400 points Tuesday and the federal reserve board cutting a key interest rate residents in the Inland Northwest discussed whether they think the …

A tour of Washington’s state capitol

OLYMPIA – After a banner year in which they broke deadlocks on long-stalled bills, launched new programs and enjoyed a treasury flush with cash, Statehouse Democrats are looking at a …

Stephens Swearing In

Supreme Court Justice Debra Stephens is sworn in at the Temple of Justice - home of the state Supreme Court - Monday in Olympia. Audio courtesy of TVW.

Stupid Questions 2

Who was your favorite president?

Dennis Hession

Dennis Hession makes a statement after the first round of returns was reported Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007.

Councilwoman Mary Verner reaction

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Dennis Hession

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Mayoral debate 1 — Oct. 15, 2007

Jim Camden asks the candidates about RPS.

THE FALLS: Stupid Questions 3

If you were elected to congress what would be the first law you would try and pass?

Interview with Judy Sullivan

An interview with a widow who was cut off her Social Security benefits.


Mayoral candidate Mary Verner speaks to The Spokesman-Review’s editorial board July 16, 2007.


Mayoral candidate Al French speaks to The Spokesman-Review’s editorial board July 16, 2007.

Alberto Gonzales visits Spokane

Two anti-war demonstrators have been taken into custody outside the West Central Community Center, where embattled U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales met with local law enforcement officials to discuss gangs.

Mayoral candidates on Comstock Pool

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