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Thursday, October 17, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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State legislators revive debate over nuclear evacuation plans

Law prohibiting an evacuation plan for possible nuclear attack under review, despite critics’ claim winning such a war is an illusion.


Bill would ban displaying, selling human remains

OLYMPIA – Selling or displaying human remains for commercial purposes would be illegal under a bill approved Friday by a House committee – except if it’s being done for educational …


Council addresses recent downtown assaults

An ordinance that bans sitting or lying on downtown Spokane sidewalks during a 14-hour period of the day could be expanded to include more hours after a surge of assaults …


Police testing body cameras

If city leaders want body cameras to become a standard part of the Spokane Police Department uniform, they’ll have to first work through what the city’s top cop says could …


Something smells bad – besides the protesters

I have reached that stage in my career where I avoid city committee meetings like the pox. These functions are beyond boring. They are, in pharmaceutical terms, the Ambien of …