Nov 14-20, 2013

Vol. 21, No. 4


  • Getting Flipped

    A traveling house-flipping seminar promises to give you the tools to wealth — but then come all the strings

    By Daniel Walters

  • Do-Over

    Spokane City Council kills the tentative agreement with the police guild; plus, more election results

    By Heidi Groover, Jacob Jones and Deanna Pan

  • A Hidden Crime

    Very little is known about the prevalence of child sex trafficking in Washington state, let alone Spokane County, but that soon may change

    By Deanna Pan

  • Paying for Justice

    With the loss of federal grant money, the Idaho Innocence Project faces a shortfall in cash, but no lack of work

    By Heidi Groover

  • Earmark Evolution

    Committee tenure and pet projects kept Congress in line for years; it's time to bring them back

    By George Nethercutt

  • Learning for Life

    By Ted S. McGregor Jr.

  • The Pendulum Swings

    Investment and optimism has returned to downtown Spokane

    By Mike Allen, Mike Fagan, Nancy McLaughlin, Steve Salvatori, Jon Snyder, Ben Stuckart and Amber Waldref





Wheatland Bank Free Horse & Carriage Rides @ Riverfront Park

Fridays, 4-8 p.m. Continues through June 21
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