Issue of

May 19-25, 2016

 Digital Edition


  • Power and the Pupil

    How area school districts fail to protect kids from sexually abusive teachers

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Too Late for Two-Way?

    Advocates for a two-way Main hold out hope, but city remains stuck on one-way course

    By Daniel Walters

  • 'Really Fed Up'

    Spokane councilmembers draw a line in the sand on Straub suit legal fees; plus, new regulations proposed for CdA food trucks

  • Man in the Middle

    Interim Spokane police ombudsman Bart Logue talks about his frustrations, successes and suggestions for improvement

    By Mitch Ryals

  • More Than Enough

    State's grow canopy meets medical and recreational marijuana demand, new study finds

    By Azaria Podplesky




  • Hot Spot

    Spokane chef Aaron Crumbaugh is (maybe) ready for his closeup on Food Network Star

    By Dan Nailen

  • Twisted Glory

    We went looking for the best pub pretzels the region has to offer


  • What Trump Hears

    The songs that presidential candidates use at campaign rallies aren't always approved by the musicians who wrote them

    By Laura Johnson

  • Silence Is Golden

    James McCartney, son of Paul, lets his music do the talking

    By Azaria Podplesky


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