Ninth graders are already failing new grad requirements. Will Spokane schools change to help?
By Wilson Criscione
It's been decades since Idaho elected a Democratic governor; can Paulette Jordan change that?
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Olympia takes on teen sexting; plus, neglected Idaho kids often go to court alone
Even the World Anti-Doping Agency has warmed to CBDs
By Tuck Clarry
White Supremacy Group Claims Cruz as Member
By The New York Times
13 Russians Indicted by Special Counsel in First Charges on 2016 Election Interference
Trump Blames Obama and Democrats for Failing to Stop Russian Meddling
After Florida School Shooting, Russian Bots Pounce to Divide
Tax Overhaul Gains Public Support, Buoying Republicans
Kushner Resists Losing Access as Kelly Tackles Security Clearance Issues
Billy Graham, 99, Dies; Pastor Filled Stadiums and Counseled Presidents
Idaho Republicans vote to keep the lights off
By John T. Reuter
Just Eat It: Film Screening & Discussion, and more
Do something: How to get involved in your community this week
Trump's playbook can be traced back to Roy Cohn, one of America's nastiest men
By Robert Herold
Readers react to Laurent, Nethercutt columns and more
Letters to the editor
On the Street
Who is your favorite superhero?
A new grassroots spoken-word poetry movement aims to give voice to the voiceless in Spokane
By Mitch Ryals
Watch First, Opine Later
The Buzz Bin
By Daniel Walters
House shows, Dice Throne, Pac Ave tunes and more you need to know
Exploring how savvy politicians and complicit media fueled Trump and the Tea Party
By Dan Nailen
I Saw You
Week of February 15
Krewe d'Alene benefit promotes true Mardi Gras traditions through culture, cuisine
By Carrie Scozzaro
Travis Dickinson's new taco spot Cochinito Taqueria aims for February opening
By Chey Scott
Nashville troubadour Mat Kearney absorbs the sounds of artists he admires
By Howard Hardee
Fronted by two pregnant members, Spokane's Atlas Hugged aims to create a friendly community
By Meg MacLean
Black Panther expands Marvel's world with entertaining entry weightier than predecessors
By Eric D. Snider
Fight! Fight! Fight!
1858 | TRIBES TELL STEPTOE TO STEP OFF!
Overconfident commander retreats as tribes claim victory near Snake River!
1882 | CANTANKEROUS COOK FENDS OFF EXPLOSIVE CANNON!
Spokane founder demands retraction request — at gunpoint!
1892 | CUCUMBER PETE'S PUNCHES PRODUCE PISTOLS!
By Nathan Weinbender
1899 | LAST STOP FOR THE DYNAMITE EXPRESS!
1909 | PRESSMAN PUMMELS POL OVER BOOZE VIEWS!
1917 | LABOR PAIN ON THE TRAIN!
Wobbly leader arrested after Great Northern train brawl!
1938 | HITLER HATERS THROW PUNCHES AT POLICE!
1946 | RIOT! OR RUCKUS?
Military mutiny follows months of race-based tension
1961-1964 | BOATS, BOOZE AND BLOOD IN THE STREETS!
1976 | NOR'WESTER FESTIVAL GETS LIT!
1989 | TRIUMPH OF EVEL!
1998 | WSU students fight for the right to party
2015 | SLAP SUIT!
There's Still Time to Enjoy Snow-Covered Mountains
By Jen Forsyth
From skis to race cars, T.J. Sneva stays in the fast lane
Big cats, big powder and bigger air
By Bob Legasa
Bluebird days and goggle tans: Enjoy winter while it lasts
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Letter: Spokane doesn't have a homeless issue
CONCERT REVIEW: Bob Seger's old time rock 'n' roll filled a happy Spokane Arena Thursday
Invasive and voracious, northern pike are inching closer to salmon habitat, but Washington plans to fight the threat
New timber factory in Spokane Valley will help economize forest health, create jobs, Washington leaders say
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