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Spokane police oversight panel pushes for further probe into officer conduct during summer protest  The Spokesman-Review

A civilian panel tasked with overseeing investigations into Spokane police conduct ordered a further investigation Tuesday into a citizen complaint stemming ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane wants to help you pay your utility bill  KXLY Spokane

If you're disabled or a low-income senior citizen, Spokane has money available to help you pay your utility bill. About a year ago, the city started a new monthly ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane joins statewide group to increase teen homeless services  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane is joining three other Washington counties in an initiative to study youth homelessness and fill in gaps between shelters and the services at-risk young ...

The Spokesman-Review
100 years ago in Spokane: As schools remain closed, teachers hire out as tutors  The Spokesman-Review

Schools had been closed for weeks in Spokane due to the flu epidemic, but some public school teachers were hiring out as home tutors.

The Spokesman-Review
A judge sues Spokane neighbor over cat-urine smell, and a stink is raised over sealed records  The Seattle Times

Details of the litigation remain shrouded in secrecy because of an unusual order to seal nearly all records from public view. A prominent legal scholar has ...

The Seattle Times
Fire displaces north Spokane family  KXLY Spokane

Fire drove a family of four from their north Spokane apartment and sent a disabled woman to the hospital.

KXLY Spokane
Three injured in shooting and stabbing at Spokane Valley home  KREM.com

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Three people are injured after a stabbing and shooting at a home in the 10000 block of E. Broadway Avenue on Wednesday ...

KREM.com
Astronaut and Spokane native Anne McClain blasts off Monday  The Spokesman-Review

When Lt. Col. Anne McClain was a child, her dream was to become an astronaut. This month, that dream becomes reality.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane school board to hear new sports stadium proposal  The Spokesman-Review

Board members have agreed to hear a new proposal Wednesday night from the Spokane Sports Commission and the Spokane Public Facilities District for an ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Jazz Orchestra's Keith LaMotte prepares for his swan song  Pacific Northwest Inlander

After more than 40 years with the Spokane Jazz Orchestra, founding member Keith LaMotte is hanging up his trumpet. The 80-year-old will play his final...

Pacific Northwest Inlander
Spokane Co. attempted murder suspect claims victim hurt child, docs say  KREM.com

Authorities said the assault was due to the "contentious" ending of the relationship between Tollefson's daughter and the victim. Documents said the victim is ...

KREM.com
Woman found dead in overturned car in Spokane River  KREM.com

A woman is dead after Spokane Valley firefighters pulled her from an overturned vehicle in the Spokane River. Firefighters say someone spotted the vehicle from ...

KREM.com
Winter storms set to push into Spokane this week  The Spokesman-Review

A series of winter storms will roll through the Inland Northwest this week bringing a mix of snow and rain, according to the National Weather *Service* .

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane County commissioners approve new lease agreement with raceway operator  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane County commissioners approved changes to a lease agreement with the Spokane County Raceway operator to reduce annual fees in exchange for ...

The Spokesman-Review
Hozier coming to Spokane on upcoming tour  KXLY Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - The musician known for his hit single "Take Me to Chuch" is coming to Spokane in 2019. Hozier recently announced a headlining North ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane family donates Christmas gifts in son's memory  KREM.com

After a Spokane couple's 8-year-old son Micah died in a camping accident, Emily and Joshua created a charity organization in his memory.

KREM.com
Stabbing suspect arrested after attack near Spokane Valley Costco  KXLY Spokane

UPDATE: Spokane Sheriff's deputies arrested 62-year-old Terry L. Rance for the stabbing around 9:30 Monday night. He's been booked into the Spokane ...

KXLY Spokane
Flashing back to a pair of Spokane twins' rare birthday celebration  KREM.com

Six years ago today, we introduced you to the Paolino twins. Back then they were celebrating a unique Golden Birthday. They were turning 12 years old on the ...

KREM.com
Spokane Co. man beaten with hammer in attempted murder plot, deputies say  KREM.com

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. — Two men were arrested and charged after a man was beaten with a hammer early Tuesday morning, officials said.

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Spokane doctor says baby's death is worst case of abuse he's seen, docs say  KREM.com

Court documents reveal that Sherman and the mother of the 20-day old infant noticed injuries to their baby but waited days to take him to see a doctor.

KREM.com
Christmas Bureau ready to throw open the doors  The Spokesman-Review

The Christmas Bureau opens its doors today. Volunteers have been stacking toys and sorting stuffed animals from the Spokane Chiefs' Teddy Bear Toss on ...

The Spokesman-Review
Wolf advisory group meeting in Spokane  The Spokesman-Review

Washington's Wolf Advisory Group is scheduled to meet Tuesday and Wednesday in Spokane following a difficult year of state wolf management.

The Spokesman-Review
Rain and snow mix hits Spokane area  KXLY Spokane

A rain/snow mix moved into the Spokane area Tuesday morning, with snow in the higher elevations such at the south hill and rain downtown.

KXLY Spokane
Paul Turner: The trick to Spokane winter driving  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane doesn't have the hardest winters around. But we do have some of the trickiest winter driving.

The Spokesman-Review
‘Smoke Signals,’ filmed in Spokane and written by Sherman Alexie, named by Library of Congress to National Film Registry  The Spokesman-Review

A film made in Spokane and the Inland Northwest now has a spot on the list of the most important movies made. “Smoke Signals,” the 1998 independent film ...

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Spokane woman who lost son in Iraq creates business to help veterans  KREM.com

A Spokane woman used the heartbreak from the loss of her son in Iraq into helping veterans in need. "The color drained out of my world," says Theresa Hart ...

KREM.com
Person seriously injured in stabbing near Spokane Valley Costco  KREM.com

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — Spokane Valley police have located the suspect who stabbed a person near the Costco on East Sprague Avenue Monday night.

KREM.com
With more snow on the horizon, City of Spokane and county ready to handle it  KXLY Spokane

With Monday's snowfall expected to be followed closely by more on Tuesday, the City of Spokane and Spokane County are ready to go.

KXLY Spokane
‘Year of the Tiger’ brings Myles Kennedy back to Spokane  The Spokesman-Review

When singer/guitarist Myles Kennedy says he's a homebody, he means it. In December of last year, Myles Kennedy performed at the Knitting Factory with Alter ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Valley woman discovers World War II veteran father, far-flung family from DNA kit  The Spokesman-Review

Bobi Sussman had all but given up discovering what happened to her biological father. A submission to an online DNA ancestry website revealed not only that ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane City Council passes Uber and Lyft regulations  The Spokesman-Review

The Spokane City Council unanimously approved new regulations on ride-sharing companies like Uber and Lyft, requiring safety inspections, licenses and a ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane City Council places tax levy for public safety staffing on Feb. ballot  KXLY Spokane

The Spokane City Council voted 6-1 Monday night to place a levy on the February Special Election ballot that would, in part, pay for more Spokane Police ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane County commissioners open union contract negotiations to the public  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane County commissioners voted Tuesday to stop negotiating union contracts behind closed doors, drawing praise from open-government advocates and ...

The Spokesman-Review
As Spokane County moves to make labor bargaining public, local unions balk  Pacific Northwest Inlander

A majority of the Spokane County Commission voted to make collective bargaining negotiations with labor unions open to the public — purportedly to increase ...

Pacific Northwest Inlander
Man involved in Spokane Valley auto-pedestrian crash passes away in hospital  FOX 28 Spokane

Update: A man who was struck by a vehicle in Spokane Valley two weeks ago succumbed to his injuries Wednesday morning. Washington State Patrol said in ...

FOX 28 Spokane
100 years ago in Spokane: Public holiday celebrations banned as flu deaths mount  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane health officer Dr. J.B. Anderson warned people to get their Christmas shopping done early because he would not tolerate crowds in the stores right ...

The Spokesman-Review
Check this out: Spokane's Garbage Goat now has a gingerbread lookalike  KXLY Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - The gingerbread version of Spokane's Garbage Goat was a crowd favorite during the annual Christ Kitchen Gingerbread Build-Off. Lilac City ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane County Commissioners expected to rehire heads of public defender’s office, counsel for defense  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane County commissioners will decide Tuesday whether to rehire two men tasked with leading the county's defense for indigent defendants.

The Spokesman-Review
Konis set to become new Spokane County assessor  The Spokesman-Review

Tom Konis will become the next Spokane County assessor following a machine recount of votes that concluded last Friday.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane police clear city hall homeless encampment  The Seattle Times

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — A homeless encampment in front of the Spokane City Hall has been removed by police. The Spokane Spokesman-Review reports ...

The Seattle Times
WSU health sciences transitioning to Spokane‑based administration  WSU News

SPOKANE, Wash. – Washington State University Health Sciences Spokane will transition to a new administrative structure, reflecting the growth of health ...

WSU News
Homeless leave Spokane City Hall as police oversee cleanup at Camp Hope  KXLY Spokane

Weeks of protest and pushback outside Spokane City Hall may have come to an end Sunday, as police enforced the city's removal of property order posted on ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane Firefighters responding to report of fire at Chase Middle School  FOX 28 Spokane

The Spokane Fire Department is responding to a report of a fire at Chase Middle School. Kids have been evacuated from the building. Firefighters are still.

FOX 28 Spokane
Inconsistency plagues Spokane in loss to Forsyth | Community Links  Christian County Headliner News

Having already faced Forsyth two weeks ago in a matchup that included fouls en masse and two ejections, Spokane's Raylen Wallace knew what to expect in ...

Christian County Headliner News
As new shelters open, Spokane to enforce anti-camping law  The Spokesman-Review

Residents of Camp Hope, the homeless encampment built around the side entrance of city hall, were told by law enforcement Thursday that they had 48 hours to ...

The Spokesman-Review
Lyft, Uber drivers will have to pay new fees, follow new rules under Spokane City Council proposal  The Spokesman-Review

After more than two years of talks, the Spokane City Council seems poised to pass new local regulations on ride-hailing company drivers that will include a new ...

The Spokesman-Review
North Spokane stabbing suspect has history of violent attacks  The Spokesman-Review

Corey A. Taylor, 23, appeared in court Friday after police say he stabbed a man in north Spokane.

The Spokesman-Review
100 years ago in Spokane: Authorities crack down on violators as flu death toll reaches nearly 300  The Spokesman-Review

City health authorities shut down the Empress Theater because it violated the Spanish flu quarantine.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane WA Property Tax Hike Would Pay for 30 Firefighters February Ballot  Firehouse.com

Voters will be asked to pass a property tax increase in February that would pay for 20 police officers and 30 firefighters as well as criminal justice programs.

Firehouse.com
Spokane Chiefs’ Teddy Bear Toss breaks record for second year in a row  The Spokesman-Review

Teddy bears rained down on the ice like confetti Saturday during the Spokane Chiefs' annual teddy bear toss. The team scored their first goal just after the ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane police arrest man accused of killing his grandfather in Chattaroy  The Spokesman-Review

A man was shot and killed Wednesday night north of Chattaroy, and within two hours a Spokane police officer spotted and arrested the victim's grandson.

The Spokesman-Review
Commission floats idea for Spokane schools to integrate football arena into Sportsplex  The Spokesman-Review

The Spokane Sports Commission is floating the idea of combining its soon-to-be-built Sportsplex with a new downtown indoor stadium for high school football.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane stops streaking Hurricanes in 6-2 win  KXLY Spokane

The Spokane Chiefs improved their home record to 8-4 as they dropped the visiting Lethbridge Hurricanes Friday night by a score of 6-2.

KXLY Spokane
Spokane city planners back controversial road through South Hill housing project; developer plans to fight  The Spokesman-Review

The developer behind a pedestrian-friendly housing and retail cluster on the South Hill will push back on a recommendation by city planners to build a road ...

The Spokesman-Review
School bus involved in 3 car crash in North Spokane  KXLY Spokane

Authorities are responding to a 3 vehicle crash involving a school bus at Nevada and Lacrosse.

KXLY Spokane
Cougar kills 8 alpacas just northwest of Spokane  KOMO News

SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) — Officials say a young male cougar attacked and killed at least eight alpacas northwest of Spokane sometime Tuesday night or early ...

KOMO News
Christmas in Spokane: 9 traditions worth starting  KREM.com

Make these iconic Spokane events and locations part of your holiday traditions.

KREM.com
Flurry of snow hits Spokane, ski resorts ahead of dry week  The Spokesman-Review

An hourlong band of snow swept across Spokane on Friday starting about 1:30 p.m. Airway Heights saw about an inch stick to the ground, with no accumulation ...

The Spokesman-Review
Residents of homeless camp in front of Spokane City Hall must vacate property  KXLY Spokane

Residents of Camp Hope, a makeshift homeless camp outside of Spokane City Hall, have been given a 48-hour notice to vacate the property.

KXLY Spokane
Be on the lookout for a missing Spokane Valley woman  KXLY Spokane

Spokane Valley Sheriff's detectives are asking the public to keep an eye out for missing Spokane Valley woman, Loc D. Nguyen.

KXLY Spokane
80-year-old founding member of Spokane Jazz Orchestra prepares for final performance  KXLY Spokane

The Spokane Jazz Orchestra formed in 1975, the organization helped bring famous names to the area - including Dizzy Gillepsie, The Drifters and Ben E. King.

KXLY Spokane
Average Spokane County home price was $246K during November  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane County home prices leveled off during November, while the number of homes sold during the month dipped slightly.

The Spokesman-Review
Pearl Harbor Remembrance in Spokane  KXLY Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - 77 years ago, America was drawn in World War Two with the attack of Pearl Harbor. Today, Spokane's last survivor of the attack laid a ...

KXLY Spokane
WWE Live Road to WrestleMania event headed to Spokane in February  KREM.com

Are you ready to rumble? World Wrestling Entertainment's WrestleMania: Pre-Game Pandemonium is coming to Spokane in February.

KREM.com
Man injured in downtown Spokane hit-and-run still in serious condition  The Spokesman-Review

A homeless man hit by a speeding car last week at a downtown intersection remains in serious condition at Sacred Heart Medical Center.

The Spokesman-Review
Cellphone data, DNA match result in Spokane man’s rape conviction  The Spokesman-Review

A Spokane County jury convicted a man of first-degree rape on Tuesday, more than a year after he was arrested for soliciting a prostitute and forcing her to ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Police see 24 percent increase in DV aggravated assaults  KXLY Spokane

Domestic violence calls are among the most dangerous situations law enforcement officers respond to, and new data from Spokane Police shows a double-digit ...

KXLY Spokane
SLIDESHOW: These holiday cards from a Spokane CPA will brighten your day  FOX 28 Spokane

Ron Anderson, a Spokane CPA, has been sending these funny Valentines Day and Christmas cards to friends and family for 15 years.

FOX 28 Spokane
Mt. Spokane’s Malina Ama named 3A volleyball player of the year  The Spokesman-Review

Malina Ama of Mt. Spokane was named 3A volleyball player of the year by the Washington State Volleyball Coaches Association, announced on Wednesday via ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane 2019: previewing the race for mayor  KREM.com

Next year will play host to the race for mayor of Spokane. Three candidates are currently in the mix: Ben Stuckart, Chris Schroll, and Shawn Poole.

KREM.com
Study finds that Spokane is in top 50 cities for outdoor access nationwide  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane has been ranked one as of the best U.S. cities for outdoor access.

The Spokesman-Review
Driver flees scene after critically injuring pedestrian in downtown Spokane  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane police are asking for the public's help in finding a driver who critically injured a pedestrian early Thursday in downtown Spokane.

The Spokesman-Review
California-based burger chain plans location in north Spokane  The Spokesman-Review

The Habit Burger Grill, a popular California-based fast casual chain, is planning to open a restaurant in Spokane.

The Spokesman-Review
Santa visits Spokane neighborhoods starting Tuesday  KREM.com

Members of the Spokane Firefighters Union escort Santa starting in north Spokane. They will tour different parts of town each night leading up to Christmas.

KREM.com
Semi collision causes fuel leak, Sullivan Road closure in Spokane Valley  The Spokesman-Review

A collision involving two semitrailer trucks near Sullivan Park in Spokane Valley leaked fuel onto the roadway and closed lanes of Sullivan Road to traffic ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Indians net nearly 100 stuffed animals for Christmas Bureau  The Spokesman-Review

The Spokane Indians added a teddy bear toss to their Christmas in July game night this past summer, collecting nearly 100 stuffed animals for the Christmas ...

The Spokesman-Review
Authorities release name of woman who died in crash west of Spokane  The Spokesman-Review

The woman who died Friday morning when her car struck a tree west of Spokane was Felia Sharkey, 34.

The Spokesman-Review
Father attacked in random north Spokane stabbing expected to survive  KXLY Spokane

A father who was stabbed in front of his son Thursday night in north Spokane was taken to a hospital with non-life threatening injuries.

KXLY Spokane
Popeyes to open location in Spokane on N. Division  KREM.com

The City of Spokane approved a permit for the restaurant at 6720 North Division Street back in October 2016.

KREM.com
100 years ago in Spokane: Conflicting messages as flu death toll continues  The Spokesman-Review

Two contradictory headlines in The Spokesman-Review summed up how difficult it was to face grim reality, yet not create panic, in the depths of the Spanish flu ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane ranked among ‘underrated cities’ for craft beer  The Spokesman-Review

Spokane's brew pubs have landed the city on liveability.com's list of “Underrated Cities for Craft Beer Lovers.” “Not only are there dozens of breweries in the area ...

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane USPS expands weekend retail service for holidays  KXLY Spokane

The U.S. Postal *Service* wants the season to be merry and bright for its customers this year. To help with the hustle of the holidays, three post offices in Spokane ...

KXLY Spokane
Spokane student overcomes severe anxiety to pursue college aspirations  The Spokesman-Review

Lydia Barrett has overcome social anxiety to excel in high school and amass college credits.

The Spokesman-Review
8-year-old stabbed multiple times in apparently random attack in Spokane Valley  The Spokesman-Review

A 30-year-old man faces charges of attempted murder following what authorities describe as the “random and vicious” stabbing of an 8-year-old boy in a ...

The Spokesman-Review
Analyst says Spokane-based utility remains takeover target  KXLY Spokane

Spokane-based Avista Corp. remains a likely takeover target, even though the utility's plan to be purchased by a Canadian company is apparently dead.

KXLY Spokane
Spokane woman looks for answers after SUV window spontaneously shatters  KREM.com

SPOKANE, Wash. — A Spokane woman is still shaken up after her SUV's back window spontaneously exploded Tuesday. In surveillance video from the Hico on ...

KREM.com
Man accused of vehicular assault in Spokane Valley has two prior DUIs  The Spokesman-Review

A drunk driver hit a parked SUV in Spokane Valley on Thursday night, seriously injuring an Uber driver, according to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Valley raid nets 20 people at suspected drug house  The Spokesman-Review

Almost two dozen people were detained Tuesday morning in a Spokane County Sheriff's Office SWAT raid on an alleged drug house.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Valley suspect accused of shooting man in leg to ‘teach him a lesson’  The Spokesman-Review

A man suspected of shooting another man at a Spokane Valley window company early Tuesday morning told deputies he was trying to “teach him a lesson.”

The Spokesman-Review
100 years ago in Spokane: As public celebrates end of World War I with 2 governors, flu germs spread  The Spokesman-Review

Washington Gov. Ernest Lister and Idaho Gov. Moses Alexander were in Spokane and spoke at community church services to mark the end of World War I.

The Spokesman-Review
Hate crime reports in Spokane spike in 2017  The Spokesman-Review

Reported hate crimes in Spokane rose by 175 percent from 2016 to 2017, according to new data released Tuesday by the FBI.

The Spokesman-Review
Man accused of downtown Spokane hit-and-run crash claims he was drugged  The Spokesman-Review

A man accused of a downtown hit-and-run crash early Thursday morning told police he believed he had been drugged.

The Spokesman-Review
Spokane Christmas radio station’s playlist maintains ‘Baby It’s Cold Outside’ as #MeToo debate emerges  The Spokesman-Review

While some stations across the country – such as Star 102 in Cleveland – have decided the Christmas classic “Baby, It's Cold Outside” really must go, Spokane's ...

The Spokesman-Review
With a doubling of traffic in 30 years, vehicles on I-90 in Spokane far exceed original design standards  The Spokesman-Review

Interstate 90 was designed to carry 50000 vehicles on an average day. Today the busy highway cutting through Spokane carries 120000 vehicles a day.

The Spokesman-Review
Geiger Boulevard will get turning lane, new pavement, pedestrian and bike trail in preparation for Amazon  The Spokesman-Review

The federal government awarded Spokane County $14.3 million Thursday for a project to improve Geiger Boulevard in front of the Amazon fulfillment center ...

The Spokesman-Review
Protesters chained together at Spokane city hall in response to homeless eviction notice  KREM.com

SPOKANE, Wash. — Protesters chained themselves together in front Spokane City Hall Saturday in response to the city's eviction notice. On Thursday, people ...

KREM.com
Salem Lutheran readies to open warming shelter for Spokane's homeless  KXLY Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - Salem Lutheran Church has welcomed members of the west central Spokane community into its sanctuary for 130 years. This week, it's ...

KXLY Spokane
45-year-old Spokane officer proves it's never too late to change careers  KXLY Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash. - When officer Tim Schwering received his badge 3 years ago, he was just like any other rookie. He had passed all the tests and graduated ...

KXLY Spokane
With less than 10 percent of Spokane County designated public land, our region’s backdrop is at risk  The Spokesman-Review

Flip through any promotional material selling the Spokane lifestyle and one theme quickly emerges. Easy access to nature. As permanent, as baked into our ...

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