By Mark Guarino
Weeks after fast food chain Chick-fil-A suddenly found itself in the middle of a national shouting match involving gay marriage and the First Amendment, the company now finds itself facing risks to its expansion plans and its overall brand.
The Atlanta-based chain isn't the
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane City Council is considering a panhandling ordinance that could have a devastating effect on two local non-profits and their fund raising efforts.
For the last 16 years in the spring, volunteers all over the community have collected loose change in the largest fundraiser
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Coming up with the down payment can be one of the biggest obstacles to home ownership. If you have a retirement account, you may be able to borrow from it to get those funds, but it's an area where you ought to proceed with caution.
All three major types of
By Andrew Housser
The average cost of a college education at a public institution is $21,000 per year. Private schools can cost twice that. If you're a parent, those numbers are sure to give you pause. You want your children to have the best future possible -- and a career that they love.
SPOKANE, Wash. - In the business of day spas, looks can be deceiving. On the outside, the buildings are tattered and unassuming. But inside, Spokane spa owners ran lucrative businesses.
"They always said 'When you come here, you go to fantasy land and when you leave, you go back to reality,
PULLMAN, Wash. - It surely is an exciting time for Cougar athletics with Coach Mike Leach taking the helm in Pullman, but there is so much more going on at WSU including a new endowment that any fan can contribute to that benefits academics more than athletics.
Alumni of the Murrow
SPOKANE, Wash. - Days before opening their new facility, Mobius Spokane received a huge donation Wednesday evening.
Representatives from JP Morgan Chase presented the donation of $80,000 to Mobius Spokane and members of the Boys & Girls Club.
The money will help educators with Mobius to travel
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OLYMPIA, Wash. - On the weekend of July 28-29, one or more vandals destroyed an outhouse at Middle Waddell Trailhead Parking Area in Capitol State Forest (see photo). Estimates to replace this building — an outhouse — are not yet available but it
By Ron Scherer
This summer, firefighter Brian Lykins canceled his vacation to Nashville, horseback-riding summer camp for one daughter, and summer softball for another daughter. As for eating out: "It's something we seldom get to do," he says.
The reason: Mr. Lykins, a single father with