An explosion Saturday morning at the U.S. Ecology waste facility near Grand View killed one person and injured at least three others.
In the past fiscal year, the State Patrol's Executive Protection Unit overshot its $2.6 million budget allotment by $400,000, with overtime and travel accounting for 62 percent of the higher-than-budgeted spending, according to a Patrol analysis.
Northern California crews battling the country’s deadliest wildfire in a century were bracing for strong winds Sunday that could erode gains they have made in containing the fearsome blaze, which has killed at least 76 and leveled a town.
A three-story townhouse with six large units will be built in Spokane’s Logan neighborhood near Mission Park, according to permits issued by the city.
The panel took the first step earlier this month toward signing an agreement that could finalize the orientation of the long-imagined $42 million prep sports facility on the north bank of the Spokane River. But there has been no final agreement ahead of construction scheduled to start next year.
Andy McCune, a 2014 Ferris High School graduate, was named to Forbes Magazine’s list of “30 under 30,” which recognizes young entrepreneurs.
The proposed U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement could open up British Columbia grocery stores to sales of Washington wines by November 2019.
“Spokane Is Happy Once More,” enthused a Spokane Daily Chronicle headline, because the ban on all public gatherings was lifted.
Better Business Bureau Northwest and Pacific is proud to announce 16 Cents, 3 Shoes and 5 socks as the recipient of the 2018 Torch Award for Ethics for Eastern Washington and Northern Idaho.
Construction Lee Campbell of Camco Construction has been named the Spokane Home Builders Association’s 2018 Hall of Fame Inductee. Campbell started a construction business in 1977 that incorporated with Camco Construction in 1993. He served as president of the Spokane Home Builders Association in 1995.
Almost half of more than 1,000 consumers surveyed do not enjoy most of the time they spend driving, said a study by Arity, a Chicago-based transportation technology and data company created two years ago by Allstate Corp. The numbers are starkest for millennials.
While the bombastic U.S.-China “trade war” has been getting the headlines, U.S. intelligence and law-enforcement agencies have been waging a quieter battle to combat Chinese theft of trade secrets from American companies.
With recounts pending both for the College of Western Idaho levy, which failed by just 144 votes in Ada and Canyon counties combined, and the District 15 state Senate seat, in which incumbent Sen. Fred Martin, R-Boise, edged his Democratic challenger Jim Bratnober by just six votes, Ada County has a lengthy process ahead of it.
A federal district court judge’s ruling might, on its surface, seem to vindicate Florida’s Republican candidate for Senate, Gov. Rick Scott. However, if one actually reads the opinion, it’s a stunning rebuke of Scott – and, by implication, President Trump.
Problems in the Florida vote count might be due to incompetence, or fraud, or both – but it’s fair to ask whether these Democratic counties are intentionally slow-rolling the recount.
IBM is a perfect example of a well-respected company undergoing what many hope is a temporary rough patch.
Strap on those Mickey ears you bought during your last vacation to Disneyland and let’s begin this little mouse tale.
Sears Holdings Corp. can begin trying to sell its best-performing stores after receiving court approval last week for its plans to auction off assets.
Scratch the surface of a “constitutionalist” – at least one of the Western anti-government variety – and what you often find underneath is an authoritarian. Or an anarchist.
The demolition of the Blair House was not the first time a notable home fronting the Manito golf course was destroyed to make way for a new home, and many say it won’t the best last. In the past 16 months, four homes facing the private South Hill club have been removed to make way for newer, bigger houses.