Prisoners of War

Prisoners of War

The war on drugs isn't over. Still in the feds' crosshairs: medical marijuana growers across eastern Washington

Baby Got Backstory

Baby Got Backstory

Sir Mix-A-Lot is glad Nicki Minaj sampled his song, proud of Macklemore and excited for Halloween

Up to the Mic

Up to the Mic

How a fresh crop of jokesters are changing comedy in Spokane

Early and Often

Early and Often

What a difference full-day kindergarten makes

Unseen Enforcement

Unseen Enforcement

An Eastern Washington viral video renews debate over the use of unmarked patrol vehicles

The New Normal

The New Normal

It will come as no great shock: the Spokesman-Review is cutting back again

Up in Smoke

Up in Smoke

Advice on the best smoking device for newbies

Early and Often

Early and Often

What a difference full-day kindergarten makes

Unseen Enforcement

Unseen Enforcement

An Eastern Washington viral video renews debate over the use of unmarked patrol vehicles

Truth Scarier than Fiction

Truth Scarier than Fiction

As our fears become real, will we become the heroes we need?

Epic Fail on Ebola

Epic Fail on Ebola

Publisher's Note

Competition is Healthy

Competition is Healthy

Idaho ballots offer plenty of the same old, same old, but there are a few great options if you're looking for change

No End in Sight

No End in Sight

Not guilty, not mentally ill, but stuck inside Washington state's psychiatric hospitals

Something in the Water

Something in the Water

Viruses, discrimination and 2.5 billion gallons of sewage

The Real Me

The Real Me

Guest Commentary

Prisoners of War

Prisoners of War

The war on drugs isn't over. Still in the feds' crosshairs: medical marijuana growers across eastern Washington

Writing Her Place

Writing Her Place

Maya Angelou, gender disparity and how one Inland Northwest woman is making Wikipedia a better place

WORDS | RAILTOWN RHYMES

WORDS | RAILTOWN RHYMES

Spokane is captured in a new poetry anthology

Idiot Detector

Idiot Detector

Who better to brace us for the midterm elections than Lewis Black?

Up to the Mic

Up to the Mic

How a fresh crop of jokesters are changing comedy in Spokane

For Your Consideration

For Your Consideration

A banjo duo, a lumberjack app, and a book set in Sierra Leone

Go Directly to Jail

Go Directly to Jail

The Clink, a musical about a young woman's brief stint in jail, is back in a full production

Split Decision

Split Decision

Sandpoint's Thai Nigiri offers Asian food in two forms

Frankly Tropical

Frankly Tropical

Hayden gets a Hawaiian hot dog joint with the arrival of Lavadog

King of the Jerks

King of the Jerks

Jason Schwartzman takes mean to the next level in Listen Up Philip

Baby Got Backstory

Baby Got Backstory

Sir Mix-A-Lot is glad Nicki Minaj sampled his song, proud of Macklemore and excited for Halloween

Boys are Back In Town

Boys are Back In Town

Myles Kennedy and Allen Stone prove that Inland Northwest musicians can make it

Ain't Sweet No More

Ain't Sweet No More

Seattle legends Mudhoney have day jobs, but can still do whatever the hell they want

Oh So Close

Oh So Close

A sweet story in Rudderless is undermined by some serious distractions

Hard Bargain

Hard Bargain

An excellent cast makes the most of My Old Lady's simple charms

Some Enchanted Evening

Some Enchanted Evening

The places to spend your Halloween night listening to live music

Night Moves

Night Moves

Jake Gyllenhaal is at his creepiest in Nightcrawler

Prisoners of War

Prisoners of War

The war on drugs isn't over. Still in the feds' crosshairs: medical marijuana growers across eastern Washington

Writing Her Place

Writing Her Place

Maya Angelou, gender disparity and how one Inland Northwest woman is making Wikipedia a better place

Comforted by the Arts

Comforted by the Arts

Jeni Riplinger-Hegsted brings color and creativity to Coeur d'Alene's Art on the Edge program

Delivering New Docs

Delivering New Docs

Washington needs more doctors; how to actually train them is where the Cougs and Huskies just can't agree

Gettin' the Blues

Gettin' the Blues

Researchers discover tools for living longer, fuller lives

Dr. Henry Mroch

Dr. Henry Mroch

Their Own Words

Omnivore's Delight

Omnivore's Delight

Vegans, vegetarians and meat-eaters can all meet at Mizuna

Pick a Pear

Pick a Pear

Superfood

After the Fire

After the Fire

Okanogan County residents rebuild homes — and their emotional well-being — after a stressful summer

Doctors Needed

Doctors Needed

From the editor

Masks and Grads

Masks and Grads

Charity Corner

Jeepers Peepers

Jeepers Peepers

Technology and healthy living can optimize eye health

Choosing Schools

Choosing Schools

Healthy schools are essential for kids, but some are struggling with not meeting standards

Facing The Future

Facing The Future

While you can't turn back the hands of time, new minimally invasive products and procedures can help you look refreshed

No End in Sight

No End in Sight

Not guilty, not mentally ill, but stuck inside Washington state's psychiatric hospitals

"No Other Place"

"No Other Place"

The Spokane County Jail's mental health manager offers a grim assessment

Insanity in Idaho

Insanity in Idaho

Is the insanity defense a constitutional right?

Waiting for Rights

Waiting for Rights

A class-action lawsuit challenges the state on its failure to provide mental health treatment for those in jail

Time to Speak Up

Time to Speak Up

Three opportunities to comment on Mayor Condon's proposed budget; plus, recognition for the Inlander's "State of Mind" series

Crowded Out

Crowded Out

What a new court ruling means for Washington's mentally ill who have nowhere to go

Beyond Labels

Beyond Labels

The final frontier of the civil rights movement: mental illness

A Clear and Imminent Danger

A Clear and Imminent Danger

Could more lenient civil commitment standards have prevented Sheena Henderson's death?

'Recovery Happens'

'Recovery Happens'

For the first time, lawmakers were invited to tour Eastern State Hospital and meet with insanity-defense patients

No Respite

No Respite

North Idaho officials are disappointed after losing their bid for a crisis center

'There is No Misstep'

'There is No Misstep'

More scandal follows Idaho's Sherri Ybarra; plus, early ballot returns and Washington's gun initiatives

League of Justice

League of Justice

Who's best positioned to bring vision and leadership to the Spokane County Prosecutor's Office?

Inferences Left Hanging

Inferences Left Hanging

We know who Rich Cowan is; Michael Baumgartner, not so much

Reviving Riverfront Park

Reviving Riverfront Park

Spokane leaders urge citizens to support park renovations for the next generation

Numbers Tell the Story

Numbers Tell the Story

Publisher's Note

Give the Go-Ahead

Give the Go-Ahead

We are all responsible for Riverfront Park

A "Pro-Woman" Candidate?

A "Pro-Woman" Candidate?

A closer look at Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers' voting record on issues affecting women and families

Swing-District Scrap

Swing-District Scrap

The outcome in the 6th District race has the potential to shift the balance of power in the Washington state Senate

The Shea Rebellion

The Shea Rebellion

Is Rep. Matt Shea's GOP opposition an establishment plot or just a wave of Republicans ready for someone new?

Fill in the Blank

Fill in the Blank

To fix education, would Idaho voters rather trust a relative unknown — or a Democrat?

Battle in the Gem State

Battle in the Gem State

Idaho's races for governor and Congress

Marcus Riccelli vs. Tim Benn

Marcus Riccelli vs. Tim Benn

State House of Representatives, District 3, Position 1

Timm Ormsby vs. Paul Delaney

Timm Ormsby vs. Paul Delaney

State House of Representatives, District 3, Position 2

Diana Wilhite vs. Bob McCaslin, Jr.

Diana Wilhite vs. Bob McCaslin, Jr.

State House of Representatives, District 4, Position 1

Kevin Parker vs. Donald Dover

Kevin Parker vs. Donald Dover

State House of Representatives, District 6, Position 1

Jeff Holy vs. Ziggy Siegfried

Jeff Holy vs. Ziggy Siegfried

State House of Representatives, District 6, Position 2

Running on Oversight

Running on Oversight

Sheriff Knezovich and challenger Doug Orr agree on at least one thing: new civilian oversight for the agency

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