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Tuesday, October 22, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Las Vegas makes pitch as international gateway

LAS VEGAS – Never mind “What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Perhaps the new slogan for America’s gambling capital should be “Stop over for a quickie in Sin City.” …

Deputy cleared in Creach shooting

The Spokane County sheriff’s deputy who shot a 74-year-old Spokane Valley pastor last year will face no disciplinary action over the fatal encounter. Deputy Brian Hirzel followed all departmental policies …

New attractions help celebrate Las Vegas’ organized-crime roots

LAS VEGAS – Speakeasies, bootleggers, gun-wielding crime bosses and tough-guy accents pay homage to Las Vegas’ mob roots in a pair of new attractions showcasing Sin City’s criminal history. An …

Doug Clark: Long-shot candidate fits right in

I have one thing to say about the weapons-related arrest in Las Vegas of Washington state Senate nominee Roy Murry. Welcome to Olympia, Sen. Murry!

Sheriff regrets way vacation decision was made

Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich is frustrated and caught off-guard by the public reaction to the decision to allow Deputy Brian Hirzel to leave for vacation just hours after he …

Cher lies low when in Sin City

Cher’s concert stand in Las Vegas may be the ultimate representation of Sin City: It’s decadent, glitzy, oversized, over-the-top and a thrill-a-minute experience. But when she leaves the Colosseum at …

Las Vegas on the cheap

LAS VEGAS – Things are noticeably quieter on the Las Vegas Strip these days, and casinos usually known to boast excess are dropping prices to cope with a bad economy …

The Whitaker family

The Whitaker family’s move to Spokane took 10 visits and nearly two years. Scott Whitaker began the family’s journey here from Las Vegas when he applied to be a Spokane …