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click to enlarge Spokane Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich decries Infowars host Alex Jones at a "Threats We Face" speech Tuesday. - DANIEL WALTERS PHOTO
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Spokane Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich decries Infowars host Alex Jones at a "Threats We Face" speech Tuesday.
NEWS: The Inlander digs into the set-in-Washington-state apocalyptic book series Rep. Matt Shea recommends patriots read.

NEWS: A comment from Nadine Woodward's campaign manager was removed from a KREM story — setting up a tense exchange at this week's League of Women Voter's campaign forum.


IN OTHER NEWS...

Condon Responsibility
Columnist Shawn Vestal points his finger squarely at the mayor for failing to establish a new homeless shelter. (Spokesman-Review)

You broke it, you fix it
Meridian Construction built Spokane Valley's City Hall which is already crumbling. Now, Spokane Valley has hired Meridian Construction to fix it. (Spokesman-Review)

Moses Lake leads its people out of the desert
As the Inlander has reported, most nonprofits and cities that give homeless people bus tickets do so as a way to connect them with friends and family in other cities. But in Moses Lake, one nonprofit seeks to give homeless people bus tickets to larger communities because they actually have shelters. (KXLY)

Ukraine in the Membrane
After Trump's phone call with the Ukraine, Trump's aides freaked out. (New York Times)

Mitt's behavin'
Mitt Romney is one of the only Republican senators to be sort-of standing up to Trump right now. (New York Times)

I'll be your hero, Rudy

Trump's attorney screams at The Atlantic that he's going to be the hero when this whole thing is over.

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Daniel Walters

A lifelong Spokane native, staff writer Daniel Walters is the Inlander's City Hall reporter. But he also reports on a wide swath of other topics, including business, education, real estate development, land use, and other stories throughout North Idaho and Spokane County.He's reported on deep flaws in the Washington...