Protests in Spokane to call for Mueller report, Spokane Valley finds problems with new city hall, and other headlines

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Clogging the street
The fancy new bus stops on East Sprague aren't working out, local businesses say, but try telling that to the Spokane Transit Authority. (Spokesman-Review)

Unstable City Hall
The city of Spokane Valley's fancy new City Hall is already showing signs of structural damage, so the city is suing the contractor. (Spokesman-Review)

Taking it to the streets
You might see protesters in Spokane today. What do they want? To see the Mueller report. When do they want it? Yesterday. (KREM)


Muelling it over
If the Mueller report is released, Mueller's investigators think it may make President Trump look worse than Attorney General William Barr has indicated. (New York Times)

Spending his energy at home
Gov. Jay Inslee, the "climate candidate," was spotted in Washington — yes, the real Washington — speaking about climate and clean energy at a Washington State University event. (KXLY)

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Wilson Criscione

Wilson Criscione, born and raised in Spokane, is an Inlander staff writer covering education and social services in the Inland Northwest.