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City Council votes to delay ombudsman discussion

Efforts to define an expanded role for an independent Spokane police ombudsman are going to continue for seven more weeks. The Spokane City Council voted to defer consideration of an …

Union files complaint for stifling talk at Boeing

TACOMA — A union representing Boeing engineers and technical workers has filed unfair labor practice charges with the National Labor Relations Board accusing the company of stifling discussion at its …

Spokane Council rejects firefighter labor contract

A tentative labor contract with Spokane firefighters was narrowly rejected Monday night by Spokane City Council members.

Verner, fire union reached deal

Former Spokane Mayor Mary Verner and the leadership of the city’s fire union tentatively agreed to a new contract in the final days of Verner’s term. But the deal still …

Ewu-Wade Situation Grows Stranger Written Contract For Wade Was Really For One Year, Not Three

John Wade’s voluntary resignation as Eastern Washington University men’s basketball coach turned out to be a firing. The settlement that didn’t exist turned out to be for $75,000.