Issue of

Mar 31 - Apr 6, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • Nothing But the Truth?

    Some police caught lying or committing crimes remain on the job. What that means for the integrity of the criminal justice system

    By Mitch Ryals

  • A Student and a Half

    Spokane Public Schools faces scrutiny for a policy that, some argue, discriminates against special ed students

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Head of the Class

    WSU picks its next president; plus, a new way to look at incarceration rates

    By Wilson Criscione and Daniel Walters

  • Binders Full of Women

    A new study shows the city hires far more men than women, the city is asking whether the civil service system needs to be overhauled

    By Daniel Walters

  • Hospitalized and Homeless

    Why one man is stranded in a Spokane hospital, and what that reveals about the state of long-term care for the disabled and elderly

    By Jake Thomas

  • Changing Course

    Liquor and Cannabis board revises rules again following public input

    By Azaria Podplesky





  • Crank it Out

    Robot Raven is a new classic rock duo creating originals from their respective pastoral homes

    By Laura Johnson

  • Eazy Does It

    Rapper G-Eazy finds the nerve to open up on his sophomore album

    By Azaria Podplesky


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