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  • Jun 27 - Jul 3, 2013
  • Vol. 20, No. 37
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News & Comment

  • Harsh Words
  • Harsh Words

    Records describe the alleged threat that ended former Assistant Police Chief Scott Stephens' career with the Spokane Police Department
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  • Predator Island
  • Predator Island

    In 1990, Washington state passed the nation’s first civil commitment law allowing courts to lock up and treat its most dangerous sex offenders well beyond their criminal sentences. Despite numer
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  • Training to Fight
  • Training to Fight

    New firefighter recruits finish basic training as Washington agencies prepare for fire season
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  • Digging In
  • Digging In

    SPD open a new downtown substation as a “prototype” for policing neighborhoods
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  • Training to Fight
  • Training to Fight

    New firefighter recruits finish basic training as Washington agencies prepare for fire season
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  • Falling Down
  • Falling Down

    Why the city isn’t demolishing dangerous, abandoned buildings
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  • Tighten the Law?
  • Tighten the Law?

    A 2011 bill sponsored by state Sens. Debbie Regala and Jim Hargrove would have amended the state’s sexually violent predator law, in part by compelling committed offenders to participate in in-p
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  • Break A Leg
  • Break A Leg

    Settlements paid to people injured on downtown’s crumbling sidewalks are adding up
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  • Break A Leg
  • Break A Leg

    Settlements paid to people injured on downtown’s crumbling sidewalks are adding up
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  • Should It Go Both Ways?
  • Should It Go Both Ways?

    Spokane has talked about turning Main Avenue into a two-way street for more than a decade — so what’s the holdup?
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  • Lawfully
  • Lawfully

    New laws to take effect in Washington; plus, student loan interest rates double
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  • Deal or No Deal?
  • Deal or No Deal?

    Washington lawmakers race to finalize a budget; plus, closure in the Creach case?
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Culture & Food

  • Rain or Shine
  • Rain or Shine

    Saturday brought rain and thunder. Sunday brought dizzying sun and afternoon heat in the 90s. But the temperamental weather couldn’t scare the 7,000 Hoopfest teams or their fans off the streets

Music & Film

  • Boy Wonder
  • Boy Wonder

    Justin Bieber became a star because of YouTube. That’s Carson Lueders’ plan, too
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  • The Originals
  • The Originals

    Old Crow Medicine Show has inspired a new generation of string pluckers
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  • Hot Rock
  • Hot Rock

    There are some areas in which Jaill misses the mark — but the music’s not one of them
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  • Going Nowhere
  • Going Nowhere

    The Lone Ranger, like its star, spends two and a half hours smirking at its own jokes
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  • Déjà Vu
  • Déjà Vu

    Roland Emmerich gives us the year’s second attack on the White House
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