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  • Mission to Heal
  • Mission to Heal

    These inspiring Spokanites are attracting the esteem of their colleagues locally and beyond
  • First on the Scene
  • First on the Scene

    Spokane Valley Army medic Adam Sahlberg trains the next generation to be prepared for worst-case scenarios
  • 'Hope Starts Here'
  • 'Hope Starts Here'

    Despite limited space, there's always a vacancy at the Union Gospel Mission Crisis Shelter for Women and Children
  • Move It Along
  • Move It Along

    Spokane City Council expands sit-lie restrictions; plus, a lawsuit against the Spokane County Sheriff's Office
  • The Power of Three
  • The Power of Three

    Is a triathlon in your future? Squeezing in time for training is all in a day's work for KXLY's Melissa Luck
  • Dining with Dignity
  • Dining with Dignity

      Marlene Alford grew up eating a hot breakfast every morning and coming home from school to cookies fresh out of the oven. She met a stark contrast to her upbringing when she started volunteering at the Women’s and Children’s Free Restaurant in 1998.
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  • Red Light, Green Light
  • Red Light, Green Light

    Sandpoint bypass construction prep reveals an older, raunchier city
      A huge archaeological dig in advance of highway construction has just wrapped up after collecting some 600,000 artifacts that paint a clearer picture of what city founders labeled a Restricted District that remained near Sand Creek and the railroad tracks after today’s city moved farther inland in the early 1900s.
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