Three Spokane men just released from prison after serving more than four years for a crime they didn't commit struggle to begin adjusting to a "normal" life. (S-R) Also, previous Inlander coverage here.
A man was found dead in a Spokane Valley apartment after a standoff with police last night. (KREM)
Spokane made it on a list of 18 "Best Towns" in the U.S. by Outside Magazine in an annual reader poll. (Outside Magazine)
What it means when 87 percent of the West is experiencing a severe drought. (LA Times feature)
A group of horseback riders came across missing San Diego teen Hannah Anderson and her abductor in the Idaho wilderness. (LA Times)
Next week's Time Magazine cover looks eerily similar to the current Inlander issue on stands. (Time)
A federal judge has ruled that the NYPD's stop-and-frisk tactics violate the rights of minorities. (NY Times)
A judge in Tennessee has ordered the parents of a baby named Messiah to change their son's name because of its significance to Jesus. (AP)
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