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London Olympic officials voice athlete safety concerns

LONDON – Britain’s Olympic chief fears the London Games could be marred by a protest like the one that disrupted the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge on the River …


Courthouse remodel sets off alarms

Two visions for the Spokane County Courthouse collided this week at a security scanner. County commissioners learned Tuesday that a half-million-dollar remodeling project placed a door on the wrong side …


Police will increase presence to keep Hoopfest under control

Local law enforcement is preparing for this weekend’s Hoopfest, one of Spokane’s largest events. Spokane police Officer Jennifer DeRuwe said she can’t comment on specific safety measures being taken, but …


City Hall to add security guard

Spokane City Hall will be watched by at least one security guard 11 hours a day starting next month. The decision, officials say, is the result of a few incidents …


Fairchild moves to security level Bravo

Fairchild Air Force Base has raised its security level a notch as part of a worldwide alert for U.S. military and diplomatic bases. Base representatives said there is no specific …


Shots fired into City Hall

Six bullets fired into a second-story window at Spokane City Hall over the weekend prompted the mayor to immediately enact new security measures already planned at the historic building. The …


Shots fired into City Hall over weekend

Six bullets fired into a second-story window at Spokane City Hall over the weekend prompted the mayor to immediately enact new security measures already planned at the historic building.


A Christian Stronghold East Central Church Is A Temple Of Peace And Devotion In A Neighborhood Wracked By Gang And Drug Violence

1. Children dance their praise during a Sunday service at the Zion Temple Church of God in Christ in the East Central neighborhood. From left are Terrynce and Tierra Duke, …


Clinton Updates Nuclear Strike Policy U.S. Considers Using N-Arms Against Chemicals

Turning U.S. nuclear policy toward an emerging threat, President Clinton has decided the United States will consider using nuclear weapons against attackers who hit American forces with chemical or biological …


Schools Tighten Visitor Policies

Minidoka County schools are tightening visitor policies after a Heyburn man was charged with entering girls’ restrooms. Minidoka County School District Superintendent Nick Hallett said Friday visitor badges have been …


Dole: Reopen White House Street Rips Clinton’s Policies On West, Calls For Ouster Of Babbitt

Bob Dole decried terrorism on Sunday but said that Pennsylvania Avenue in front of the White House, closed for more than a year as a precaution against such attacks, should …


Fbi Wants Jfk Documents To Be Kept Secret

The FBI has appealed to President Clinton for a second time to keep documents related to President Kennedy’s assassination secret. This time, the focus is on 13 documents earmarked for …


City Oks Plan To Replace Turf At Albi Stadium

Despite being shaken by an early morning bombing at City Hall, the Spokane City Council was back in business Monday night, unanimously approving a plan to replace Albi Stadium’s damaged …


No Pranks For These ‘Frosh’ Officers Ease Into New Role At High Schools

City police officer Phil Trimble greets students at Coeur d’Alene High Wednesday, his first day on the job as a school resource officer. Trimble and officer Christie Westlake at Lake …


Deter Home Burglaries With Proper Lighting

In the next three months, more Americans are expected to travel on their vacations than they have for many years. Travel-industry employees aren’t the only people happy with this prospect. …


Security Can’t Be Purchased

FOR THE RECORD: (June 4, 1995): The U.S. Geological Survey’s maps are available in room 135 of the downtown Spokane Post Office, 904 W. Riverside. The location was listed incorrectly …


Federal Building Parking Targeted

The U.S. Marshal’s office in Coeur d’Alene has asked the city to permanently ban parking in front of the federal building. Marshal Denny Scieszinski said the request was triggered by …


Courthouse Workers Nervous Anti-Government Rhetoric Renews Interest In Beefing Up Security

Rising anti-government sentiment here. Angry militias in Montana. A courthouse shooting in Seattle. It’s enough to make Kootenai County courthouse workers nervous.