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The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show

The Ari Hoffman Show is a current of common sense in a sea of insanity, every Monday through Friday.
The Commute with Carlson

The Commute with Carlson

John Carlson is synonymous with Washington State Politics. Simply put, he is THE conservative voice in Seattle. John gives his unique perspective on local and   […]
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Spokane selects finalists in nationwide hunt for new police chief

(The Center Square) – The Spokane Police Department’s search for a new chief is coming to a close, announcing Thursday that four finalists will participate in a public forum next week. Those who made the cut include Kevin Hall, assistant chief of the Tucson Police Department; Matthew Murray, chief of the Yakima Police Department; Tom Worthy, chief of The Dalles Police Department; and Kathleen Lanier, a colonel with the Memphis Police Department. The nationwide hunt

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New law aims to help Washington funeral homes overwhelmed with unclaimed bodies

(The Center Square) – Washington funeral homes and coroners are now allowed to dispose of unclaimed human remains after 45 days. Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently signed House Bill 1974, which reduces the length of time that funeral homes must hold onto unclaimed bodies from 90 days to 45 days. House Bill 1974, sponsored by Rep. Peter Abbarno, R-Centralia, passed the Legislature this session and was singed into law by Gov. Jay Inslee. It went

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‘King County, we have a problem’: Health Board divided on homeless call for action

(The Center Square) – A call to action to address homelessness in King County does not have the full support of the King County Board of Health. The King County Board of Health was called upon to address homelessness concerns raised by community members who spoke during the public comment period at Board of Health meetings in 2023 and 2024. The board is tasked with addressing public health issues related to the forced removal of

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Spokane could save $1 million on vehicle training course if it breaks ground by July

(The Center Square) – Spokane County spent years planning for an emergency vehicle course that it still needs to build, but if plans are nailed down soon, it could save $1 million compared to initial projections. The latest round of proposals to design and build the Emergency Vehicle Operator Course, or EVOC, reached the Board of County Commissioners on Tuesday. Kevin Richey, an undersheriff with the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office, asked for approval to proceed

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