Thursday May 16
Capitol Hill Times Police Blotter
Trouble in pot paradise? Legalization is not out of the weeds yet
This past November, Washington voters made national headlines and history by approving Initiative 502, the legalization of recreational marijuana.
Spokane Journal of Business
Washington Trust Bank mulls Manito complex
Spokane-based Washington Trust Bank is exploring plans to replace its Manito branch, at 611 E. 31st, with a $1.6 million mixed-use development that would include a new bank building and separate retail space, says Jack Heath, the bank's chief operating officer.
Clark: Gutsy gang of gobblers gets his goat - Thu, 09 May 2013 PST
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Worst of all, I'm fairly certain the cops would laugh at me if I dialed 911 and tried to get them to come arrest these turkey trespassers.
Ants invading Eastern Washington
Ants! They're invading Eastern Washington and may be heading toward your home. Pest control companies are getting hundreds of calls for help because of an influx of carpenter ants.
The News Tribune
No one seriously hurt when car crashes into South Hill credit union;...
East Pierce Fire & Rescue personnels help the driver of a Honda, in background, that crash into Harborstone Credit Union on Monday, May 6, 2013.
Working Structure Fire On Spokane's Lower South Hill
SPOKANE, Wash. - Right now crews are on the scene of a structure fire in the area of 8th & Napa.