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  • Crossroads
  • Crossroads

    A high-profile retailer is eyeing a particular block of downtown Spokane; what that might mean for the Central City Line
  • STA or Go?
  • STA or Go?

    The Transit Authority is preparing to spend millions on the Plaza — but some downtown businesses wish it wasn't there at all
  • Rideshare Rumble
  • Rideshare Rumble

    The nationwide fight between taxicab drivers and rideshare companies rolls into Spokane
  • Highway to Nowhere
  • Highway to Nowhere

    The North-South Freeway may finally get finished — if Republicans and Democrats can negotiate a transportation bill
  • UPDATE: Scout
  • UPDATE: Scout

      Last year brought many a hip downtown eatery to Spokane, Scout being one of the most notable. In only six months, it has become a mainstay for everything from brunch to late night, despite countless cooks and bartenders passing through the doors of the former Far West Billiards.
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  • Downtown Spokane (West)
  • Downtown Spokane (West)

    Where the city's elite, drunks and hipsters find refuge.
      If Spokane is a dirty martini, the portion of downtown to the west of Monroe Street has all the right ingredients. The area boasts art deco theaters, museums, 19th-century hotels, and fine dining. Wal
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  • Downtown Spokane (East)
  • Downtown Spokane (East)

    Drinking, diving and getting inked in the heart of downtown.
      Downtown Spokane has many faces. Venture into the core and experience a picturesque cosmopolitan shopping Mecca. Turn another corner and hunt down the galleries and wineries hidden in an ill-lit, laby
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  • Bus Oddities
  • Bus Oddities

    Wheelchair crashes, collapsing drunks, head-sniffers and other aberrations on Spokane's bus system.
      Every once and a while, Leanna Wynecoop’s typically pleasant commute on public transit is punctuated by something odd. Like the other night, when a man reeking of liquor and body odor got on.&ld
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  • Forest for the Trees
  • Forest for the Trees

    Streets for more people, and a bunch of wilderness.
      Klitzke, who runs the Eastern Washington chapter of Futurewise, a growth-management advocacy group, has helped craft a âeuro;œComplete Streetsâeuro;� law for Spokane. A public hearing for this ordinance will be held next week, and the City Council could vote on it by the end of the year.
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  • Off the Bus
  • Off the Bus

    Three passengers say they were kicked off a Spokane bus for discussing bisexuality.
      Nor did Jessica Jahn, 21, and Kaitlyn Bahn, 24, who were with him. They are all transsexuals âeuro;” born one gender but taking hormones to become the other. And they all say they were kicked off the bus in the middle of a South Hill neighborhood, a mile from their bus stop, for discussing bisexuality.
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  • Here They Come
  • Here They Come

    Spokane's mayor green-lights megaloads on city streets. Environmentalists cry foul.
      Oil spokesman Jon Hardin says trucks may only move through the neighborhood between 11 pm and 5 am. So far, about 10 of the 250 loads, which weigh 200,000 pounds and are over 16 feet tall, have come through town, escorted by the Washington State Patrol, Harding says.
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