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UPDATED: Tue., July 16, 2019

City adds a flashing warning sign for truck drivers with tall trucks and short attention spans

Short of lowering the road or raising the railroad bridge, there’s only so much Spokane can do for inattentive motorists on Stevens Street.

UPDATED: Mon., June 24, 2019

Driver ticketed for wedging truck beneath Stevens Street railroad bridge

Folks might consider early retirement if they had a nickel for each time a tall truck has collided with the not-so-tall Stevens Street railroad viaduct in downtown Spokane.

UPDATED: Wed., Aug. 16, 2017

Historic downtown Spokane building set for demolition, but adjacent historic structure will be rehabilitated

The 110-year-old McClintock-Trunkey building, 119 South Stevens, was constructed in 1907 and housed an early grocery wholesale distributor.

Then and Now: Stevens Street Extension

Before the 1960s, Stevens Street only went up the South Hill to Seventh Avenue, blocked by the cliff above and the expansive estate of Daniel Corbin, which was purchased by …