By Nate Sanford
Bart Logue is a few minutes late to our interview because he's outside City Hall chatting with bicycle cops. Nothing serious, just casual small talk about how big an officer's kid had grown...
WSU team invents an autonomous insect-like machine with a plethora of environmental and research applications
By Summer Sandstrom
NEWS BRIEFS: Ethics complaint is lodged against Zappone, and more.
Plus, a year-long interim city attorney; and our journalism is recognized
Washington's governor and transportation director say lawmakers funded the wrong projects
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CAMP CLOSURE: City and state leaders agree on deadline to close Spokane's Camp Hope
By Nate Sanford
Spokane City Council says the Woodward administration is failing to communicate, but the mayor says no one told her
By Daniel Walters and Nate Sanford
Pride flags in Spokane's Garland District divide businesses and property owners
By Samantha Wohlfeil
A fight over the book Gender Queer led the Liberty Lake City Council to take control of the city library — before the mayor vetoed the plan
An early exit from Council President Breean Beggs will cause major shake ups on Spokane City Council this summer
NEWS BRIEFS: Spokane swaps out its largest sewage pipe without creating a wastewater waterfall, and more.
Plus, unhappy teacher at NIC; and the city of Spokane faces budget shortfalls
As Spokane City Council president, Breean Beggs pursued his agenda slowly and steadily — but to what effect?
By Daniel Walters
Kootenai County judge tells commissioners to reinstate the assessor's salary with pay bump
Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward says her challenger won't keep the city safe but Lisa Brown disagrees
NEWS BRIEFS: The deadline to file for this year's election is this week, Spokane city races are hot, and more.
Plus, environmental advocates say the feds are slow-walking cleanup; and an NBA Hall of Famer continues his COVID tirade.
As street art and tags get painted over in Spokane, other people choose to embrace it
Citing increased disorder, Spokane police push for the power to arrest people in city parks when they are closed overnight
Yakama Nation warns feds they'll sue over long delayed cleanup of a Columbia River island connected to Bonneville Dam
NEWS BRIEFS: City Council members unhappily add modern conveniences to the Trent Shelter, and more.
Plus, Spokane Riverkeeper and Coeur d'Alene Tribe team up to clean up; and check out our new Spokane City Hall widget.
CLARIFICATION: How many Coeur d'Alene schools might actually close if voters don't pass levy?
The Book of Employee Exodus: 3 years of staffing chaos at Spokane City Hall
A tech executive from San Diego wanders the streets of Spokane with one mission — find his son
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