Vol. 19, No. 29
Q&A: Patrick Blum
The advocate with Coeur d'Alene's Disability Action Center talks disabled access in Idaho and what will happen if the Supreme Court tosses Obamacare
By Joe O'Sullivan
'An Unusual Case'
The complicated testimony of Grant Fredericks, and how it may bring down the conviction of Karl Thompson.
By Chris Stein
Awards and Damages
The Spokesman-Review is sued. Plus, a recount at the Riverside School District.
By Chris Stein, Joel Smith and Daniel Walters
How one neighborhood's victory against an asphalt plant may be another neighborhood's loss.
By Daniel Walters
A Little Help from Friends?
Why the U.S. Border Patrol is responding to local 911 calls.
Walk This Way
A city plan looks at where the feet should be.
In the name of saving Fairchild, County Commissioner Al French has made a solid case for better planning in Spokane County.
By Robert Herold
Why we should repeal the Twelfth Amendment. Plus, which state will the tightest in the 2012 election?
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
How a former graffiti-tagging gang member is fighting spray paint with spray paint.
By Jordy Byrd
Physics and Patience
Real archery is not like The Hunger Games, which you'll learn at this week's national championships in Spokane.
By Luke Baumgarten
The Finish Line
Destiny and drama at the Tour of Walla Walla
By Joel Smith
The Northwest Museum of Arts and Culture suddenly fires its executive director.
By Mike Bookey
For Your Consideration
An expose of Exxon Mobil. Plus, new work from Pennywise and an app for laid-back reading.
Sweet Lou's brings its comfort food to the Sandpoint area.
By Carrie Scozzaro
Free Cakes for Kids grants wishes for local youngsters
By Kirsten Harrington
With restaurants in Coeur d'Alene and downtown Spokane, Connie Naccarato and Jason Rex's invention is still going strong.
By Alicia Purvis-Lariviere
After three successful years, Petit Chat Village Bakery expands.
By Annemarie C. Frohnhoefer
B.B. is the king of more than just burgers.
By Steve Labate
Living the Good Life
The guys in Augustana are enjoying the ride, no matter how bumpy the road.
By Azaria Podplesky
John Cusack as Edgar Allan Poe, crime-solver, could have been great. It isn't.
By Maryann Johanson
The latest Marvel superbrawl will be a hit with the slavishly devoted and the completely clueless.
By Ed Symkus
Spokane's mayor takes turns behind the gun, behind the pack
Dress for Success
The keys to an eye-catching Bloomsday costume
Five good reasons not to sneak earbuds onto the Bloomsday course.
By Leah Sottile
A Fast Family
Meet two of Spokane's quickest siblings
By Jon Jonckers
Timing Through Time
Bloomsday continues to serve as a technological innovator in the racing world.
Bloomsday 2012 - Events
There's more to do than just run this week
The Chafing Point
Running Bloomsday is hard enough, so do it in comfort.
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Two warming center operators have been fighting for their own reputations - and against each other
Electric vehicles are needed to meet climate goals, but without recycling, their batteries pose a huge problem
By Samantha Wohlfeil
WSU fraternity suspended in the wake of student death
By Wilson Criscione
WSU students bring authentic Chinese food and bubble tea to downtown Pullman
By Melina Ernst
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