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UPDATED: Tue., Nov. 26, 2019

Spokane woman who provided alibi in murder case profiled in ‘Serial’ podcast dismayed by Supreme Court ruling

On Monday, the Supreme Court rejected a new trial for Adnan Syed, the Maryland man convicted in the strangling death of a classmate – a case that drew national attention …

UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 25, 2019

Justices reject call for new trial in ‘Serial’ podcast case

The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a Maryland man’s bid for a new trial based on information uncovered by the hit podcast “Serial.”

UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 31, 2019

Ghost 411: Spokane women launch podcast for the paranormal

Ghost 411 podcast is an outlet for two Spokane women to explore hauntings and help people cope with the paranormal.

Podcasts inform, entertain cannabis community

“Just like pre-rolls, a podcast is all about convenience,” says “Talking Hedge” host Josh Kincaid.

UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 22, 2019

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson talks smoking age, marijuana, guns and Donald Trump in podcast

Ferguson said he’s confident the Washington Legislature will pass a bill this session increasing the legal smoking age to 21 and is eyeing a legal challenge to President Donald Trump’s …

Record wildfire-fighting budget requested by Washington Public Lands Commissioner Hilary Franz

An investment of $55 million would include a doubling of the state’s resources to fight wildfires. Franz, in an interview recorded for the Spokesman-Review’s Newsmakers podcast series, said such spending …

Could podcast on mysterious killing of Zachary Lamb help solve Spokane cold case?

The podcast begins where Zachary Lamb’s life ended – on the historic streets of the lower South Hill, just outside of his apartment at 10th Avenue and Elm Street.

Dan Cummins’ podcast brings new fans into the dungeon

Coeur d’Alene comedian Dan Cummins goes down internet wormholes with ‘Timesuck’ podcast.

UPDATED: Wed., Sept. 12, 2018

Geno Crandall says on podcast he’ll enroll at Gonzaga in October

Geno Crandall said on a podcast that he expects to enroll at Gonzaga in October, presumably with the intention of being in a Zags uniform for the upcoming season.

UPDATED: Thu., June 8, 2017

‘Serial’ star, guilty of killing girlfriend, seeks new trial

An attorney for a man convicted of killing his high school sweetheart, and whose story is at the center of the popular podcast “Serial,” argued Thursday that Adnan Syed deserves …

Folks in ‘S-Town’ have some words of their own for podcast

A central Alabama community is grappling with the unwanted fame that comes from millions of people knowing it only as a lousy, scruffy place best described with an unprintable expletive.

Witness in ‘Serial’ murder case, now living in Spokane, writes memoir

Asia McClain Chapman didn’t know what a podcast was when friends began contacting her at her home in Spokane nearly two years ago. Now, the star alibi witness has written …

’Serial’ podcast returns with episode focusing on Bowe Bergdahl’s story

The first episode of the second season of the hit podcast “Serial” deals with the travails of former U.S. Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, charged with deserting the Army in Afghanistan …

Quirky world of ‘Night Vale’ podcast comes to Bing Theater stage

Don’t fear the Glow Cloud that may or may not be hovering above the Bing Crosby Theater on Monday night. You may, however, see fans of the wildly popular bimonthly …

Book Notes: Alexie, Walter snare new podcast

Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter are longtime friends. They’re also two of the most celebrated authors to ever come out of Spokane. When they get together, the conversations are free-flowing, …

Speaking of MS

To treat multiple sclerosis, try acupuncture or herbs. Or place your hope in a new oral drug called BG-12. Or one of the other drugs whose ads appear on your …