Oh, The Things We'll Remember 

From Karl Thompson to coal trains and marriage equality, the legacy of 2012

Karl Thompson Behind Bars Few scandals have shaken Spokane like the controversial death of Otto Zehm in 2006, which upended the community’s faith in justice and sparked widespread calls for police reform. Throughout more than six years, the city struggled with…

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