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Tuesday, October 15, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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State DOL details cooperation with immigration officials

The Washington Department of Licensing has released details about how often it provided information to immigration authorities in the months before it changed its procedures for doing so.


Washington’s firearm database lags behind sales

EVERETT – The Washington firearms database is missing information from thousands of handgun sales as the state struggles to keep up with the speed of purchases. The Department of Licensing …


Getting There: Driver testing going private

The state of Washington is phasing out its driver examination program and turning it over to private driving schools across the state. As of Jan. 1, the Spokane Valley licensing …


Getting There: Testing for motorcycle endorsement gets tougher

Shaun Albritton stood on the warm asphalt at Westside Motorsports waiting for instruction. Albritton, of Spokane, is taking up motorcycle riding and wants to learn the right way.


Licensing rules tightened

Washington is cracking down on fraudulent driver’s licenses by requiring proof of legal state residency if applicants don’t have valid Social Security numbers. The new measures by the state Department …


Vestal: Foul called on Evergreen towing

Sometimes, the refs make the right call. First, the owners of Evergreen State Towing, in collaboration with two property owners, set out to tow scores of cars parked downtown for …


Doug Clark: Bureaucrats scuttled the boat, but not the dream

Arrgghh. Bad news today, mateys. Humor-impaired pirates have harpooned Spokane’s beloved nautical automobile – LaBoata.


Washington driver license changing to protect IDs

The Washington Department of Licensing is changing driver licenses to help protect against identity theft.


Spokane County deputy faces license suspension

A Spokane County Sheriff’s Office deputy faces a one-year driver’s license suspension after refusing to take sobriety tests during an off-duty drunken driving arrest early Friday. Darin Schaum, a 12-year …