Detectives dig deeper into alleged sex trafficking in Spokane after raiding a massage parlor
By Wilson Criscione
Tags: Local News, long reads, CRIME
Tag the Movie, starring Jeremy Renner and Jon Hamm, is based on a true Spokane story. Here's that story.
By Ted S. McGregor Jr.
Tags: Film, long reads, tag the movie, gonzaga prep, tag, the real tag brothers
How can Cathy McMorris Rodgers portray her party's compassion when it is led by Donald Trump?
By Daniel Walters
Tags: News, election 2018, long reads
Central Washington: epicenter of world-changing technology or ground zero for Bitcoin's epic fail
By Samantha Wohlfeil
Tags: News, long reads
47 good, bad and ugly ideas to reduce gun violence and save lives
By Mitch Ryals, Daniel Walters, Samantha Wohlfeil, Wilson Criscione and Quinn Welsch
Tags: News, Long Reads
Spokane wants to pack a lot more people into the area, but they'll have to get through neighborhoods first
Tags: News, long reads, development
Life-ending medications are legal in Washington, but getting them is a whole other story
How two Spokane parents lost their son to friends they once trusted
Media outlets chase Facebook clicks; now the social media giant might destroy them
Tags: News, facebook, social media, long reads
Tod Marshall reflects on two years behind the wheel as Washington State Poet Laureate
By Tod Marshall
Tags: Arts & Culture, tod marshall, humanities washington, Long Reads
A local family tried to care for Anthony Garver as a kid. Now they go into hiding whenever the accused murderer escapes
By Mitch Ryals
Harold Balazs' legacy of his life and work live on
By Carrie Scozzaro
Tags: News, harold balazs, Long Reads
Ami Strahan confronts life on her own after losing her husband to freak accident, then her son at the Freeman High School shooting
Tags: News, long reads, freeman high school, sam strahan, ami strahan
The Big Picture
The state of the film industry in the wake of sexual assault allegations, box office flops, and the threat of streaming entertainment
By Nathan Weinbender
Tags: Film, long reads
Taking Their Medicine
We know the best way to fight opioid addiction — so what's stopping us?
Ten important stories being ignored by the mainstream media
By Paul Rosenberg
Spokane City Council candidate Kate Burke speaks out about sexual harassment, and the disappointing reactions from people she admires
Tags: News, SEXUAL HARASSMENT, long reads
Is Someone There?
Why the idea that we live on as ghosts has haunted people throughout the ages
Tags: Arts & Culture, long reads, Slideshow
How the campus culture wars in the age of Trump and Twitter have reached
a fever pitch at Washington State University — and everywhere else
By Daniel Walters and Wilson Criscione
Nostalgia for the '80s remains in hyperdrive. Why does the era's pop culture still resonate?
By Dan Nailen
Tags: Arts & Culture, long reads
Young and Homeless
As Washington state tries to tackle youth homelessness, kids are being swallowed by the streets
When a debilitating disease tried to steal Steve Gleason's life, he fought back
By Mike Bookey
Crash > Click > Cash
Lawyers and chiropractors already have your name, your address and the police report from your car accident — and they want you to hire them
Not just another small town heroin tragedy
By Scott A. Leadingham
A Man on a Mission
Tod Marshall, Washington's first poet laureate from the east side, is driven to share the art that saved him
Ural Thomas started making music 50 years ago, and his band will take you back to the '60s
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