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Spokane’s school zone cameras net $1.2 million from speeders

SPOKANE —In just one year, cameras capturing speeders near two Spokane elementary schools are close to generating the same amount of fines as the 15 red-light cameras citywide, and the City Council is considering adding more.

American citizen’s travel rights reviewed

The father of an American soldier killed in Iraq who came under criticism last year from then-candidate Donald Trump said he has canceled a speaking engagement in Toronto after being notified that his U.S. travel privileges were under review.

Weekly roll call report: Voting rights, student loans and safe injection sites

Lawmakers this week are rushing to pass hundreds of bills ahead of the March 8th deadline for bills to clear the chamber in which they were introduced. Of the more than 2,000 bills introduced this session so far, only 927 have survived recent cut-offs, and the number of bills eligible for consideration will be further reduced after next week. Following are bills of interest that passed this week.

Bertha veers a few inches off course, stops digging

SEATTLE — Recent surveys found that the Highway 99 tunnel is a few inches off course, and Seattle Tunnel Partners (STP) has stopped digging until early next week to perform more measurements.

Suspect in killing of EWU student sentenced to 10 years

SPOKANE — Anthony G. Williams, one of three men charged in a shooting that killed an Eastern Washington University student outside The Palomino Club in Spokane last year, pleaded guilty to second-degree murder on Friday.

Projections indicate fisheries will be tempered by low runs

ABERDEEN — Low coho runs are expected again this year across the state, and low projected numbers of returning wild salmon to several rivers will create the biggest challenge for fisheries managers in setting recreational and commercial seasons.

Single mom struggles to manage debts

SEATTLE — Kiera Mann is a hardworking professional who loves her job as an operations manager at the office of an international logistics and transportation company.