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  • 'All Lives Matter'
  • 'All Lives Matter'

    A deeper look at Pasco as it grapples with the police shooting of a vulnerable man
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  • Promise Keepers?
  • Promise Keepers?

    The city of Spokane tries to keep its promise not to raise taxes; plus, the fight against public nudity
  • 'I Do Not Trust Muzlims'
  • 'I Do Not Trust Muzlims'

    Comments by the wife of Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell have raised questions about his office's impartiality
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  • Worth a Shot
  • Worth a Shot

    As preventable disease breaks out, concern for public health reaches a fever pitch
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  • Taxes, Wages and Pot
  • Taxes, Wages and Pot

    Idaho looks to fix its crumbling roads; plus, a trial is set for the Kettle Falls Five
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  • Won't Back Down
  • Won't Back Down

    Opponents of the state's new gun background check law are still fighting against it
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  • Fagan's World
  • Fagan's World

    City councilman Mike Fagan has unconventional views on vaccinations. So, what else does he think?
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  • Tax Corrector
  • Tax Corrector

    Our tax system rewards all the wrong people, says journalist David Cay Johnston — but he has a plan to fix it
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  • State of Play
  • State of Play

    Medical education and gun safety get hearings in Olympia
  • Hard to Swallow
  • Hard to Swallow

    Big changes could be coming to how Washington state regulates medical pot
  • Hedging Bets
  • Hedging Bets

    The Coeur d'Alene Tribe cancels the Julyamsh Powwow; plus, here comes the 8th Man movement
  • Untold Damages
  • Untold Damages

    For three wrongfully convicted Spokane Valley men, the fight for justice isn't over
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  • Where School Bonds Go to Die
  • Where School Bonds Go to Die

    Central Valley School District's bond and levy package wouldn't increase property taxes a dime — but don't tell that to Duane Alton
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  • Chewed Out
  • Chewed Out

    A Spokane city councilwoman wants to change how City Hall staffers eat on the public dime
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  • When a Horse Isn't a Horse
  • When a Horse Isn't a Horse

    Gambling machines help Idaho's racing industries limp along — but maybe not for long
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  • 'The Time Has Come'
  • 'The Time Has Come'

    Idaho considers protections for sexual orientation; plus, a new Spokane City Council candidate emerges
  • Freeze Frame
  • Freeze Frame

    Some want to limit the release of footage from police body cameras. What would that mean for Spokane?
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  • 'Competitive Streak'

  • 'Competitive Streak'

    Why Rep. Marcus Riccelli is one of the busiest young lawmakers in Olympia
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  • Untouchable
  • Untouchable

    New claims of Spokane sidestepping civil service rules; Mobius finds a temporary home
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  • A New Voice
  • A New Voice

    The Black Lens, continues Spokane's long tradition of African-American publications
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  • Friends with Benefits
  • Friends with Benefits

    Is a special deal with a private club helping the city's public golf courses?
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  • Round Two
  • Round Two

    Last year, lukewarm legislators scuttled the possibility of a mental health crisis center for North Idaho. Will this round be any different?

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