Lights Out 

Winter’s the worst time to have your power shut off - but it’s also when it’s most likely to happen.

It’s cold outside. Bone-chilling, hand-numbing, breath-freezingly cold. And for Spokane resident Michael Gray, it was about to get that cold inside as well. Gray couldn’t pay his power bill, and Avista Utilities threatened to shut off his power. He called The…

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