Our Kids, Our Problem 

Who are Spokane’s “street kids” and what do they need?

Cool fall air swirls around Harleigh Coulter as she sits among nearly everything she has. Someone hands her a half-gallon of Tropicana and a can of pizza-flavored Pringles; someone else lights her Camel cigarette and says, “I’ll be right back, sister.”…

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