Issue of

May 14-20, 2015

 Digital Edition


  • Derailed

    After years of train hopping, Chuck Lawrence wants to go home. It won't be that simple

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Hierarchy of Needs

    Spokane experiments with Housing First programs

    By Lael Henterly

  • Good Old Boys?

    Allegations swirl around Todd Mielke's county CEO aspirations; plus, fire season kicks off

    By Lael Henterly, Daniel Walters and Jake Thomas

  • Promises and Payments

    A deal struck by the mayor and an influential hotelier may come undone after city council raises legal questions

    By Jake Thomas

  • Deaths in the Family

    Students, teachers and administrators are grieving after five suicides in Spokane schools — and uniting to find a solution

    By Daniel Walters

  • Pushing Prevention

    Talking about suicide is key after a string of deaths at local high schools

    By Lael Henterly

  • Weed on Wheels

    The Spot Medical LLC dabbles with delivery and deals with drunks

    By Jordy Byrd






  • Wiiging Out

    Kristen Wiig's performance in Welcome to Me is funny, but squeamishly so

    By Marjorie Baumgarten

  • Desert Rage

    Mad Max: Fury Road will restore your faith in action movies

    By Maryann Johanson

Inner Workings @ Chase Gallery

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