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UPDATED: Thu., June 14, 2018

Accused of racial profiling, Lowe’s ends policy of checking customer receipts as they leave

After being accused of racial profiling, Lowe’s has ended its receipt-checking policy in all stores.

AP Special Report: For NFL players, racial profiling often personal

The Associated Press surveyed 56 of the 59 black players at last weekend’s Pro Bowl game as part of its look at how African-American athletes have long used their sports …

Study of racial profiling by Spokane police to get under way after long delay

After almost a year of false starts and delays, an EWU professor will finally be able to drill down into data collected by the Spokane Police Department to try to …

Arizona county to pay $4 million in Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s racial profiling case

Officials voted Wednesday to pay $4.4 million in legal fees to attorneys who won a racial profiling case against Sheriff Joe Arpaio, marking yet another expense in a case that’s …

Forum brings out critics of Spokane police leader Jim McDevitt

About 100 people showed up to a community forum hosted by the city of Spokane Wednesday to talk about race relations and the Spokane Police Department.

Smart Bombs: It isn’t so; ask Arizona’s Sheriff Joe

After Monday’s rowdy Spokane City Council meeting, Jackie Murray, who filed the initiative to repeal the illegal immigration “sanctuary” ordinance, said, “I’m a refugee from California. I’ve already lived through …

Justice Department updates Ferguson residents on rights investigation

FERGUSON, Mo. – U.S. Department of Justice officials promised a frustrated group of Ferguson residents Wednesday night that the federal government will take seriously their allegations of racial profiling and …

Police caution against racial profiling

Police believe a tip from a community member will help them find the man who killed a woman along the Spokane River last week, but they’re urging people to use …

Border Patrol’s Spokane presence raises questions

Federal agents have increased their presence in the Spokane area in what some believe is an overreaching effort to combat illegal immigration at a local level. Officials with the U.S. …