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Doug Clark: Catching up on the interesting stories

Before wandering off on a two-week vacation, I specifically told my editors … “Don’t publish any juicy news stories until I get back!”

Local FOX affiliate, DirecTV talks break down

DirecTV said early this evening that its customers in Spokane no longer will be able to view Fox affiliate KAYU-TV after midnight following the breakdown of negotiations between the company …

Loon’s death leaves Ferry County lakeside quiet

The shooting of a nesting female loon in Ferry County around May 9 is the latest tragedy pegging northeastern Washington as a foul place for rare fowl. Washington Department of …

Grant to offset Antoine costs

Spokane County has received a $1.6 million state grant to offset the costs of preserving Antoine Peak as a natural area just south of Spokane Valley. The grant was awarded …

El Chapo escaped two prisons in Mexico, but no one’s ever busted out of ‘the ADX’

There’s a supermax prison in Florence, Colorado, two hours outside Denver. It’s the highest-security penitentiary in the United States. Since opening in 1994, no prisoner has escaped from the Administrative …

Soloist Rather Bids Goodbye To Chung

As Dan Rather began a new chapter as solo anchor of “The CBS Evening News” Monday, his deposed deskmate, Connie Chung, awaited her exit from the network where she spent …