Crash > Click > Cash

Crash > Click > Cash

Lawyers and chiropractors already have your name, your address and the police report from your car accident — and they want you to hire them

The Way

The Way

For pilgrims of the Camino de Santiago trail, the journey never ends

Throwback Talent

Throwback Talent

Parker Millsap is a fast-rising roots-music star

Chorus of Critics

Chorus of Critics

Cathy McMorris Rodgers is one of the most powerful members of Congress; her challengers say that makes her part of the problem

The Party of Pot

The Party of Pot

Trail Mix: Party platforms and death of the "Never Trumps"

Digging for History

Digging for History

On the job at an archaeological survey of Riverfront Park

Drastic Action

Drastic Action

Spokane among seven school districts sued by State Superintendent of Public Instruction; plus, trio of police-chief finalists are in town

Short Order

Short Order

A new food truck on the scene serves up specialty burgers and fries in the Shadle Park area

Fat Cats

Fat Cats

What Larry the Cat and our Congress have in common

Nature's Enigma

Nature's Enigma

Huckleberries have yet to be successfully domesticated, but one North Idaho farmer may be on his way to unlocking the berries' secret

Battle in 
the 6th

Battle in the 6th

A four-term Republican legislator steps down and puts a district in play

Consider This

Consider This

A life coaching site for cannabis users, a Seattle marijuana tour, and a weed-related documentary series

Chorus of Critics

Chorus of Critics

Cathy McMorris Rodgers is one of the most powerful members of Congress; her challengers say that makes her part of the problem

'Paramount Duty'

'Paramount Duty'

Trail Mix: Supreme statements

Across the Pond

Across the Pond

A Fourth of July spent in England offers a reminder of the genius of the American system

Waiting Game

Waiting Game

(Most) statewide initiatives meet filing deadline; plus, ex-Spokane police chief again draws a paycheck

Bitter Pills?

Bitter Pills?

Two county jail doctors recently left; one says the contract with a for-profit health care provider leaves inmates without quality care

One Shot

One Shot

A former Eastern Washington University football player watched his future crumble when he was charged with a murder he didn't commit

Starting Small

Starting Small

A village of tiny houses in Spokane Valley could serve as a model for fighting homelessness in the region

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Strains local budtenders say smokers can't get enough of

Short Order

Short Order

A new food truck on the scene serves up specialty burgers and fries in the Shadle Park area

Time is of the Essence

Time is of the Essence

The works on display in the Jundt Museum's newest exhibition won't be around forever

I Saw You

I Saw You

week of July 21st

Digging for History

Digging for History

On the job at an archaeological survey of Riverfront Park

I Saw You

I Saw You

Week of July 14th

Let the Wanderlust Win

Let the Wanderlust Win

Why you shouldn't let anything hold you back from traveling

Setting Sail

Setting Sail

Vessel Coffee Roasters thinks a lot about each cup

GAME | POKE-MANIA

GAME | POKE-MANIA

A new game of old characters transfixes the nation, and Spokane

Specialty Slices

Specialty Slices

Slice Pints & Pies brings a family feel to the Gonzaga area

Television | UnREAL

Television | UnREAL

Deliciously self-aware hypocrisy that you'll want to watch

Throwback Talent

Throwback Talent

Parker Millsap is a fast-rising roots-music star

They Love It Loud

They Love It Loud

Gene Simmons talks bombast, Beatles and, oh yeah, songs

A Load of Scrat

A Load of Scrat

Ice Age: Collision Course continues a franchise that keeps going only because it can

Ain't Afraid of 
No Feminism

Ain't Afraid of No Feminism

The Ghostbusters reboot dishes out laughs with a new team of ghoul chasers

Cats and Dogs

Cats and Dogs

The Secret Life of Pets is a pure joy of the imagination

Still Life

Still Life

The Avett Brothers have worked for years to get to the top, and they'll never stop evolving

Hair-Raising

Hair-Raising

The 1980s, aka the more-is-more era, and its metal music keep moving to new heights

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Strains local budtenders say smokers can't get enough of

Digging for History

Digging for History

On the job at an archaeological survey of Riverfront Park

Does Success Equal Happiness?

Does Success Equal Happiness?

Life Coaching: Change your internal monologue

Breaking the cycle in Guatemala

Breaking the cycle in Guatemala

Post Falls couple finds love and a cause

Bargains for a Cause

Bargains for a Cause

Grand Opening: A new home for the Habitat for Humanity-Spokane store

A Pour for Dr. Manz

A Pour for Dr. Manz

Charity Corner: Helping fund state-of-the-art beds for patients' comfort

Charming Chard

Charming Chard

Superfood: This summer staple is packed with vitamins

Bare Necessities

Bare Necessities

Parenting: Taming the miseries of summer skin woes

Finding Levity in Life

Finding Levity in Life

Good Read: A surprising account of Alzheimer's

Building a "castle" in Thailand

Building a "castle" in Thailand

A Spokane-to-Asia charity connection

Kitchen Adventurer

Kitchen Adventurer

Cooking: Chef Dave Adlard combines fitness, food and a flair for teaching

Keeping Time

Keeping Time

Boomers: Dancing together forges bonds of fitness and friendship

Travel Aspirations

Travel Aspirations

"Voluntourists" use vacation time to offer assistance around the world and in the United States

Time for Pain Meds?

Time for Pain Meds?

Pill Box: Exploring the ups and downs of pain management

Reading Tea Leaves

Reading Tea Leaves

Can green tea fight rheumatoid arthritis? One WSU professor says it may do that — and more

These You Can Worry About

These You Can Worry About

Ask Dr. Matt: Safety-proofing for kids is a moving target

Overwhelming Need

Overwhelming Need

Getting help for kids with mental health issues frustrates parents and health care providers

Lending a hand in Kenya

Lending a hand in Kenya

Education and activism on clean water in African communities

Fighting poverty in Rwanda

Fighting poverty in Rwanda

Medical crises remain decades after civil war

Reach Out, Feel Good

Reach Out, Feel Good

Editor's Note: Flourishing by helping others

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Strains local budtenders say smokers can't get enough of

Consider This

Consider This

A life coaching site for cannabis users, a Seattle marijuana tour, and a weed-related documentary series

Test Anxiety

Test Anxiety

Attitudes about cannabis have shifted, but when it comes to the workplace, change has been slower

Drug Money

Drug Money

Money from the marijuana taxes is beginning to trickle down from the state to local cities

Seeds of 
Change?

Seeds of Change?

Unlike its neighbors to the west, Idaho has resisted loosening its cannabis laws. Could that be changing?

Too Much 
Green

Too Much Green

The lack of banking services has forced pot transactions to be handled with cash, and that can be a problem

Think of the Children

Think of the Children

Pot is legal. That doesn't mean more kids are smoking it; it also doesn't mean they should

Rule Refresher

Rule Refresher

Making sense of Washington's new medical marijuana law

Munchie Mania

Munchie Mania

Fast-food options can satisfy any craving for munchies

Unlikely Pair

Unlikely Pair

Microsoft teams up with cannabis financial technology company

What's Hot?

What's Hot?

Marijuana news from around the state

Fact or Fiction

Fact or Fiction

Marijuana-related claims proven, disputed, disproven in recent studies

Willie's Weed

Willie's Weed

Country singer Willie Nelson gets help from a local processor

Up and App 'Em

Up and App 'Em

Marijuana-related apps educate, evaluate and entertain

More Than Enough

More Than Enough

State's grow canopy meets medical and recreational marijuana demand, new study finds

Delivering
the Goods

Delivering the Goods

Subscription boxes bring marijuana and hemp accessories to consumers' doors

Jokes and Tokes

Jokes and Tokes

Sober comedians get high, then perform again

Females to the Front

Females to the Front

Companies are creating products for a growing group of consumers: women

Targeting Kids

Targeting Kids

The Department of Health's new marijuana prevention campaign reaches out to teens

Licensing Loophole

Licensing Loophole

Local medical pot dispensaries say Seattle businesses are taking their retail licenses

Smokin' Deals

Smokin' Deals

Local shops offer big 4/20 deals

Form Frustration

Form Frustration

Some medical marijuana patients are peeved because of an invasive section on a state form

Changing Course

Changing Course

Liquor and Cannabis board revises rules again following public input

Consider This

Consider This

Cannabis-infused snack spreads, a disposable vape pen and a website that highlights marijuana-related podcasts

Quick Hits

Quick Hits

Cannabis testing labs band together; plus, the deadline to apply for a retail license nears

Crossing Over

Crossing Over

SpoCannabis becomes the state's first medical marijuana dispensary to switch to recreational

The Evergreen Strains

The Evergreen Strains

A handful of marijuana strains pay homage to Washington state

Easy Does It

Easy Does It

Tacoma's cloudPWR is digitizing the way medical marijuana cards are issued

Testing for Trace(s)

Testing for Trace(s)

Trace Analytics is the first lab in Washington to test cannabis for pesticides

Pot's Other Chemical

Pot's Other Chemical

Anecdotal evidence points to potential health benefits of a relatively unknown marijuana compound

New Highs

New Highs

Washington's Mirth Provisions is changing the way marijuana is consumed

Game Day Goodies

Game Day Goodies

420-friendly recipes for Sunday

Bills, Bills, Bills

Bills, Bills, Bills

Cannabis-related proposals appear on this legislative session's agenda

High Road

High Road

Since legalization, interest in a pot breathalyzer is high. Researchers are trying to find a way to pick out stoned drivers

Closer 
Together

Closer Together

Reduced buffer zones in Seattle worry one Spokane pot shop owner

Puff, Puff, Pose

Puff, Puff, Pose

Pairing cannabis with yoga

Looking Forward

Looking Forward

Hopes and predictions for the marijuana industry in 2016

Glass Piece 101

Glass Piece 101

Numerous options create a customized pipe-purchasing experience

'Use and Abuse of Power'

'Use and Abuse of Power'

Sexual misconduct in the Spokane Police Department has community members calling for a culture audit

The Ethicists

The Ethicists

A city watchdog almost never bites; now it's facing an unprecedented number of complaints against the city's top elected official

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