MUSIC: In case you haven't yet, check out the oral history of the Makers, 25 years after their debut LP.
NEWS: Former therapists who treat sex offenders say hostile work conditions are hurting those who need help.
IN OTHER NEWS
Westboro Baptist Church, those folks who like picketing soldiers funerals, plan to bring their show to Spokane on Thursday, with protests planned at Lewis and Clark High School, Gonzaga University and the Spokane Convention Center. (Spokesman-Review)
No more candy, man
State regulators have decided that marijuana processors will not be able to manufacture weed candies starting on Jan. 1. (Spokesman-Review)
Trump's cabinet emptying
Nikki Haley, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, will resign at the end of the year. (New York Times)
One-man gangs of Spokane
Spokane Police say there are 125 gangs in Spokane, but 47 of those are gangs with "two people or less." (KREM)