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  • Fits and Starts
  • Fits and Starts

    A retrospective on the region — looking back at our police, our politics and our downtowns
  • Calculating Crimes
  • Calculating Crimes

    Spokane police say new efforts have slowed the rise in property crime rates, which have increased since 1985 despite national trends
      Spokane crime rates in 2012 show nine out of every 100 city residents could expect to be victims in a property crime. While thefts and break-ins rarely make headlines, each crime shakes its victims, leaving them feeling violated and frustrated.
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  • One Love
  • One Love

    As 16-year-old Lorissa Green lay dying, her grieving mother started a letter to the people whose lives Lorissa would forever change
      In death, Lorissa saved or improved the lives of at least 17 people — some through live organs, like the heart and lungs, others through tissue and bone — and in the four years since, Hammel has tried to track down those touched by her daughter.
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  • Special Attention
  • Special Attention

    Are Spokane police’s emphasis patrols fighting crime, or just moving it around?
      Green normally patrols a wide swath of southeast Spokane, but every shift, he takes an extra 15 minutes to patrol nine blocks surrounding the shelter. The area ranks among the highest in the city when it comes to calls about fights, robberies and other misdeeds, according to police data.
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  • Death Row Seat
  • Death Row Seat

    Why reporters are fighting to watch criminals die.
      He’s seen a needle pop out of a dying man’s arm, and the deadly solution squirt out. He’s seen an inmate smuggle a handcuff key in his mouth €” and then spit it out before he was killed. He still recalls the look on convicted killer Gary Graham’s face as he prepared to die in 2000.
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