Issue of

Feb 9-15, 2017

 Digital Edition


  • Revolution Road

    What driverless cars mean for you, the Inland Northwest and beyond

    By Dan Nailen and Chey Scott

  • Obscene Gestures

    Spokane political party leaders hope to harness post-election passion into civil discourse. But so far, there's only been more strife

    By Wilson Criscione

  • Money For Something

    GOP, Democratic plans take different approaches to fulfilling McCleary mandate; plus, a faster, better way to answer questions about Spokane

    By Daniel Walters and Wilson Criscione

  • Finders Keepers?

    Efforts at the state and local levels attempt to rein in civil asset forfeiture laws known as "policing for profit"

    By Mitch Ryals

  • Fake Out

    Synthetic marijuana: still not fake news

    By Connor Dinnison






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