The Real Fight Against Fake News: <br>Project Censored's top 10 underreported stories <br>

The Real Fight Against Fake News:
Project Censored's top 10 underreported stories

The free press is under attack — bullied, body-slammed and, in extreme instances, chopped up with a bone saw.

McMorris Rodgers wins the battle, but her House Republicans lose the war. Was it worth it?

It's not long after the initial results come in — showing Democrat Lisa Brown losing by 11 percentage points — that Brown's concession speech begins airing on the big screen in a red-lit Davenport Grand ballroom filled with buoyant Republicans. One guy in the crowd begins chanting "Turn!

Why Spokane voters never bought the idea for a downtown Joe Albi Stadium replacement

Anew downtown stadium to replace Joe Albi may have sounded appealing to city leaders, including Mayor David Condon, but voters have soundly rejected the idea.

Border Patrol ignores Spokane ordinance, Keystone pipeline blocked, and other morning headlines

ON INLANDER.COM MUSIC: John Cougar Mellencamp tickets go on sale today.

Legalized marijuana continues to gain in the U.S., 12 dead in CA bar shooting, and other headlines

ON INLANDER.COM NATION: Attorney General Jeff Sessions was asked to resign by President Donald Trump the day after Democrats won the House.

Why local schools are banning kids from having cell phones during class

In an eighth-grade Sacajawea Middle School classroom, a student reads out loud from a textbook.

The Spokane City Council draws a line in the sand on 911 dispatch center integration

Everyone agrees that lives are on the line: The less time it takes from when "911" is dialed to when emergency services are dispatched, the more likely it is that someone needing help can be saved.

Nurses who work with victims of sexual assault get rare hands-on training in Spokane

While a dozen nurses trained in sexual assault examinations split into groups for hands-on skills training, three women sit at a small conference room table holding a bowl full of disposable speculums and a plastic pelvic model.

Wildlife biologists may move Selkirk caribou herd to Canada to save them

The last remaining caribou (aka reindeer) that venture into the contiguous United States, spending part of their time living in Northeast Washington and North Idaho, will likely be moved north into Canada as wildlife biologists attempt to save the dwindling endangered species.

State Supreme Court rules against Department of Social and Health Services in abuse case

Five girls in the Washington state foster care system were placed in the home of Scott and Drew Ann Hamrick, then adopted by the Eatonville couple between 1998 and 2003.

Did all those national Paulette Jordan profiles only help her get clobbered in the Idaho governor race?

The first big national profile came from Anne Helen Petersen at BuzzFeed, titled "Could Paulette Jordan Be the First Native American Governor?" It was the rumbling that signaled an avalanche: By the time election day rolled around, we counted at least 12 other national or international profiles, from sites ranging from CNN, to Refinery 29, to Splinter News, to The Guardian, to InStyle magazine.

That viral bear cub video reveals a major problem with drones, University of Idaho expert says

If you're someone who's hopelessly addicted to social media like me, you've probably seen the video of the bear cub trying to climb up the snowy mountain.

Winners, losers, more Election 2018 results and other morning headlines

ON INLANDER.COM ELECTION: The blue wave didn't quite reach Eastern Washington.

The blue wave doesn't reach Eastern Washington; McMorris Rodgers and other Republicans leading in preliminary election results

Republican Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers has successfully fended off her strongest challenge yet as she maintains a healthy lead against Democrat Lisa Brown in preliminary election results released tonight.


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Community Cooking Class w/ Chef Laurent Zirotti

Community Cooking Class w/ Chef Laurent Zirotti @ Second Harvest Food Bank

Wed., Nov. 14, 5:30-7 p.m.

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