NEWS: Construction has been halted
Construction at the site was stopped when excavation uncovered this vein of soil.
on a new behavioral health building at the Mann-Grandstaff Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Spokane after excavation work uncovered soil that was different than expected.
Northwest Spokane's Excelsior Youth Center will get new roofing
with help from a grant of more than $200,000.
With the "immigration status" Proposition 1 tossed from the November ballot, read about what really constitutes a "sanctuary city."
"If I had my wish and I could change one dynamic for the community today, for this community, it would be restricting the government's ability to take your driver's license away
," Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich says. "You take away a driver's license, you take away a person's ability to be successful, to get a job."
WHAT'S UP? Looking for something to do this week?
Try Guns N' Roses, Spoon, Pig Out in the Park, Fall Fest and First Friday, for starters.
IN OTHER NEWS
Harrowing days following Harvey
Hurricane Harvey made landfall as a Category 4 storm on Friday; by Sunday, at least five people had been reported dead
in East Texas, with many others fighting to get to safety as floodwater turned Houston freeways into rivers and trapped people in vehicles and homes. Houston's hospitals are also becoming victims of the storm
. (New York Times
No more 'no vouchers accepted' in Spokane
Starting in September, Spokane landlords won't be able to say they don't accept vouchers
as a source of income for tenant rent, but that doesn't mean they have to rent to people with vouchers if they don't meet other requirements, the Spokesman-Review
's Rachel Alexander reports.
Pardon me, Mr. President
As the nation's attention was largely turned toward the impending storm about to hit Texas, President Trump pardoned former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio on Friday night for crimes that used "state power toward racist ends," James Fallows writes for The Atlantic