The internet thinks Inslee is hot, new Spokane school security chief resigns, and other headlines


COVER: The story of Jess Roskelley, the climber who made it to the top of the mountain before tragedy struck in April.

NEWS: Are the frontrunners to become Spokane mayor jerks?


Missing the lesson
Months after the Inlander's report revealed that Spokane Public Schools hired a resource officer without checking his history of excessive force, the Spokesman-Review reveals that the district's new security chief, Santos G. Picacio, had a history of domestic violence allegations and admitted to having sexual contact with 19-year-olds. Picacio resigned.

Inslee in the spotlight
Gov. Jay Inslee took a swing at Joe Biden last night during the Democratic debate. Also, people are finding "Bae Inslee" hot. (Seattle Times/KXLY)

Drink the water
The city has lifted restrictions for Hillyard residents affected by water contamination. (KXLY)

In his DNA
Jeffrey Epstein once told people about a dream he had: To seed the human race with his DNA. (New York Times)

Valleyfest @ Spokane Valley

Sun., Sept. 24, 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • or

About The Author

Wilson Criscione

Wilson Criscione is the Inlander’s news editor. Aside from writing and editing investigative news stories, he enjoys hiking, watching basketball and spending time with his wife and cat.