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Children in van crash weren’t in safety seats

Although the city-owned vans involved in a crash in northeast Spokane on Thursday were equipped with booster seats, none of the children was buckled into one, police said.

Plan updates street standards

A new set of standards for Spokane Valley streets aims to provide more clarity for contractors and better quality for citizens. If endorsed by the Planning Commission and adopted by …

Humane society condemns use of deadly Rodenator

A plan to blow up squirrels in a Spokane park has raised the ire of the local humane society and the glee of a national conservative talk radio icon. After …

Briefs: City to provide police defense

The city of Spokane will provide legal protection for nine members of its police force involved in a lawsuit over a mentally ill man who died after being detained by …

Ads make false claims

A group urging a “yes” vote for two Spokane Public Schools measures is pulling ads that contain false information about how much taxpayers would be expected to contribute for the …

Doug Clark: Sleazy deeds pay amply for city cop

Commander Clark will now shed light on some local law enforcement concerns.

‘Lockerbie’ examines grief, love

The place name – Lockerbie, Scotland – conjures up horrific images of wreckage falling from the sky. Lockerbie was, of course, the site of 1988’s Pan Am 103 tragedy.

Damage claims from snowplows start to come in

The 1984 Coachman RV sat proudly in front of the Five Mile residence, surrounded by snow and unmarred. When Paul Brainard awoke one day in late December that had changed, …

Summer’s father to receive sentence

There’s a difference of nearly 50 years in the sentencing recommendations for Jonathan Lytle, the man convicted in November of homicide by abuse in the torture death of his daughter, …

Prosecutors seeking 75 years for Lytle

There’s a nearly 50-year difference in the sentencing recommendations for Jonathan Lytle, the father convicted last November of homicide by abuse in the torture death of his daughter, 4-year old …

Avista starts dredging river behind Monroe dam

Avista Corp. is using heavy equipment to scoop rocks and gravel from behind the Monroe Street Dam in downtown Spokane. Company officials say the work, which began Wednesday, is a …