Browne’s Addition is home to a diverse population that includes students, seniors, hipsters and artists. The neighborhood welcomes young adults looking to establish themselves, and empty nesters looking to simplify their lives.
SpokAnimal Care has taken a page from its successful yard sales and opened a thrift store at its facility as a way to raise money.
Among only 2,500 seniors nationwide, St. George’s School senior Connor Cremers has been named National Merit Scholarship winner.
The doors of the new Fire Station 41 in Deer Park are almost ready to swing open, a move that is anticipated by both Spokane County Fire District 4 and the community.
It’s slug season. I’ve already had them eating on some of my plants including one fresh from the garden center.
Red, white and blue, bald eagles, fireworks and plenty of stars and stripes lit up the garden mall at Fairwood Retirement Center last week. Members of Fairwood’s Quilt and Sew group had gathered to show off their latest projects – 10 Quilts of Valor that will be awarded Friday to World War II veterans currently residing at Fairwood.
Three students of Excelsior Youth Center got a live lesson in mural art last Saturday on the rear wall of a Garland Avenue business.
Boston Globe executives said they’re investigating an allegation that the newspaper’s top editor had an inappropriate text exchange with a former employee he once dated.
Public lands managers are losing a battle against a devastating combination of invasive plant species and wildfires in the vast sagebrush habitats in the U.S. West that support cattle ranching and recreation and are home to an imperiled bird, officials said.
In 2015, Alene Anase was asked by her employer Alpha Omega Winery to serve guests as part of a charity cruise on the San Francisco Bay. But what she expected to be a routine shift serving wine turned into a nightmare, according to court documents.
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The newest member of our family arrived just in time for Mother’s Day. Her name is Ruby Sue, and I’m absolutely in love.
The U.S. Census Bureau released new population figures for U.S. cities on Thursday, and they show that Seattle has toppled Austin, Texas, to become the nation’s fastest-growing big city this decade.
A family in Portland, Oregon, received a nightmarish phone call two weeks ago. “Unplug your Alexa devices right now,” a voice on the other line said. “You’re being hacked.”
Every summer for the past four years, Northwest Nazarene University professor Dale Hamilton has worked with five to seven students to map burn areas across southwestern Idaho using drone technology. This summer, Hamilton and computer science students will help archaeologists get a better look at Idaho's history.
Oscar-winning actor Morgan Freeman apologized Thursday to anyone who may have felt “uncomfortable or disrespected” by his behavior, after CNN reported that multiple women have accused the A-list actor of sexual harassment and inappropriate behavior on movie sets and in other professional settings.
Linda shot and killed Zonna in the kitchen, a crime police describe as a premeditated murder-suicide driven by sibling rivalry. This week, a jury in Contra Costa convicted Linda of first-degree murder, the East Bay Times reported. The strange trial hung on the bitter feelings souring the sibling bond – a relationship stranger still because the sisters, Linda and Zonna, married a pair of brothers, Richard and Donald Thomas.
After getting voter approval for a $165 million wastewater bond, Nampa city leadership has started talks with regulators on ways to keep upgrade costs down.
For months now, Elon Musk, the billionaire inventor trying to colonize Mars, tunnel under Los Angeles and make electric vehicles mainstream, has been seemingly preoccupied with another obsession: the media.
Britain’s Foreign Office on Thursday criticized “childish” Russian pranksters who phoned Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson posing as the leader of Armenia.