The city of Spokane is asking the nonprofit Blessings Under the Bridge to... stop serving people under the bridge
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Blessings Under the Bridge has been asked to find another place to offer weekly meals and services.
Washington's Attorney General's Office filed a suit against the Spokane County Democrats
for failing to report $104,190 in contributions in a timely manner.
From folk rock to throwback movie showings, zombie auditions to the chance to find a "real job," here are some of this week's event highlights
IN OTHER NEWS
"Welcome strangers at your front door"
Writer Sherman Alexie shared advice with Gonzaga's graduating class Sunday
, sprinkling in personal stories and his signature humor, the Spokesman-Review
reports: "Driving through Spokane, Gonzaga was some foreboding castle," Alexie said. "I thought Dracula lived there. My mom said, 'No, just Jesuits.'"
Questioning the science
BNSF Railway is appealing a final environmental study
for a coal terminal in Longview, Washington, after part of the study found there would be a 10 percent increase in cancer risk for residents in that county due to the increased diesel emissions from trains. The Longview Daily News
reports that BNSF says there are "no credible scientific studies" showing an increased cancer risk for people that live by those tracks.
Idaho is being hit with a class-action lawsuit
after its prisons refused to provide Jewish inmates with kosher meals, the Spokesman-Review