Vol. 18, No. 46
Questions on the Palouse
An apparent murder-suicide raises questions about Idaho's mental health spending.
By Chris Stein
A Battle at Beacon Hill
A developer gets ready to sue the city; plus, a leaner Spokesman staff and more.
By Nicholas Deshais, Chris Stein and Daniel Walters
The city and county take one step toward collaboration - and two steps back.
By Daniel Walters
More of the Same?
You get an awfully familiar feeling looking at the resume of Spokane mayoral candidate David Condon.
By Robert Herold
Will Mary Verner be Spokane's first mayor to break the curse?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
For Your Consideration
How I’m fueling my Gordon Ramsay man-crush.
By Jacob H. Fries
Myriad of Munchies
New vendors prove seniority is not synonymous with quality at Pig Out in the Park.
By Ethan Wolcott
A Receiver and a Gentleman
Spokane's Jared Karstetter is proving himself on the field and in the classroom.
By Howie Stalwick
The Sound of Goodbye
The longtime host of Sound Space leaves for bold new adventures.
By Kevin Taylor
The Big Man
Eastern returns to the field to defend its title with one very large, very fast defensive tackle.
The Season in Preview
The inside scoop on the Eags, Cougs, Vandals and Pirates.
The Saranac Public House re-invents the old Isabella's space. Plus, Little Olive brings Mediterranean to Sandpoint.
By Luke Baumgarten and Carrie Scozzaro
Local schools are getting creative in the fight to get kids eating better.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Sweat and Blood
In honor of Labor Day, we spent the morning with a mobile slaughter truck. Things got messy.
By Jordy Byrd
Make Me Over
How a building in West Central went from carpet cleaner to thrift store to church to the newest venue in the local music scene.
By Tiffany Harms
Get on the Caravan
The Dave Matthews Band's Gorge show just got a hell of a lot better.
By Julia Mullen Gordon
The Golden Year
Twenty years later, the music world is still learning from 1991.
By Leah Sottile and Jordan Satterfield
Cinemax's first primetime drama seems awfully ... Cinemax-y.
By Blair Tellers
Justice Without Peace
The Debt is a chilling tale of the way evil can win, even when good prevails.
By Ed Symkus
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D
Adding a new dimension to Zelda, strangely, didn’t add much depth.
By Marty Demarest
Something Like Horror
This sort-of homage to '50s creature features is kinda awesome.
Almost 100,000 free books later, Page Ahead is still bringing new readers into the plot.
Fed up with her government job, one Coeur d'Alene woman decided to devote herself to fighting hunger and building sustainable agriculture.
Heart of the Matter
The Kladar kids are living proof that age doesn't matter, at least when it comes to making a difference
Meet the man determined to save and protect the city's troubled river.
Brent and Amy Hendricks
One local couple empowers refugees through friendship.
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The benefits - and potential steep costs - of adding video visitation to Spokane County's jail facilities
By Josh Kelety
Our lack of strip clubs means Spokane is missing out on much more than naked ladies
By Elissa Ball
Spokane remembers beloved musician Ken Martello, and the Bartlett announces its closure
By Nathan Weinbender
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