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Should you give to panhandlers? Kennewick urges no

Tuesday, Kennewick posted 23 signs in 17 high-profile spots advising people to give money to charity, not panhandlers.

Spokane ends time limits on campaign signs as part of code revisions

The changes also affect yard and garage sale signs, real estate signs, and prevents billboards from being moved into areas of town were lots of people walk.

UPDATED: Sun., Oct. 1, 2017

Vancouver woman sharing signs of ovarian cancer with others

Teri Giangreco didn’t know the signs of ovarian cancer until she was sitting in her new gynecologic oncologist’s office discussing her stage 3 ovarian cancer diagnosis.

Spokane eyes eliminating deadline on removing campaign yard signs

The current requirement to take down yard signs promoting a particular candidate in an election would go away under proposed changes to the Spokane municipal code.

UPDATED: Tue., May 9, 2017

Neighbors decry vulgar signs at ‘bikini barista’ stand in Spokane’s Hillyard neighborhood

Alicia Hoover stood at a bus stop in the Hillyard neighborhood and squinted at a street sign a block away. “Two things certain in life,” the sign read on Tuesday …

Valley hears standardized signs plan

An effort to standardize signs for visitor destinations in the region got an icy reception from the Spokane Valley City Council Tuesday evening. Mark Richard, president of the Downtown Spokane …

Doug Clark: Hey, thief, this topping not on menu

Considering all the human-on-human crime going on around here of late, it’s doubtful police will spend any time worrying about who snatched the robot head on New Year’s Eve in …

Sign ordinance plan draws criticism

Spokane business leaders were sharply critical Monday of a proposed 45-page sign ordinance that would restrict the size and height of signs and create numerous other regulations. About 40 people …

New rules would alter sign skyline in Spokane

Everything from the height of golden arches along the freeway to the size of a cardboard placard advertising a garage sale would be subject to new regulations under an expansive …