As the truTV cameras panned to the end of the court as the second half of the Gonzaga game was about to begin Thursday night, the Fairleigh Dickenson mascot, a blue-headed horse named Nitro, was shown sitting with his back against a March Madness sign.
Real estate company opens new office on South Hill John L. Scott Real Estate has announced an addition to their group of company-owned offices.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday the award of nearly $700,000 to the Kalispel Tribe of Indians as part of grant to help victims of human trafficking.
A developer’s plan to build more than 60 homes near a flood plain at Bigelow Gulch and Forker roads has some Spokane Valley residents concerned that it will increase flooding in their neighborhood.
Both chambers of the Washington Legislature have passed laws that would create a state system for licensing hemp production. The long-outlawed cousin of marijuana hasn’t taken off in the Evergreen State, but legal marijuana producers could look to diversify with the crop that is at the heart of the recent boom in CBD products.
Each fall and winter, I’m blessed to use the home of snowbird friends as a writing retreat. When they left Spokane in September, they left behind a new member of the household – Rosie the iRobot Roomba.
Library users can now go to Spokane County Library branches to check out a Discover Pass, which allows people to park their cars at all Washington State Parks.
The South Asia Cultural Association of Spokane will host an evening of Indian classical music April 19 at the Unity Spiritual Center at 2900 S. Bernard St.
Lots of folks bike to work in Spokane, but Tom Vogt may be the only one who commutes on one wheel.
Impossible bottle making techniques are a closely guarded secret, and its difficulty appeals to Brad Byers, a professional sword swallower, extreme juggler and yo-yo expert.
The goal of Somebody Needs You is to match donors with the specific requests of needy Spokane residents.
Spokane Public Library has been named a finalist for the prestigious National Medal for Museum and Library Service awarded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.
There’s that adage that gets thrown around all the time about life and lemons and some kind of drink recipe. You know the one.
The name and affiliation might have changed over the years, but MultiCare Valley Hospital celebrates its 50th anniversary this year as a community hospital focused on serving the residents in the neighborhoods of Spokane Valley.
Spokane urologists say it is no myth that clients strategically schedule vasectomies so they can recuperate during March Madness.
Instead of raising fares, Spokane Mayor C.M. Fassett said that increased ridership might soon solve the financial woes of Spokane streetcar companies.
After online backlash to Jimmy Kimmel’s monologue questioning the existence of Gonzaga, the late night TV host had something to say to Zags fans.
A new federal law aims to protect wildland firefighters by requiring agencies to outfit crews with GPS locators and deploy drones to scout out and map blazes. U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell joined Spokane fire and health experts to tout the legislation on Wednesday.
Police responded at 6:50 p.m. Wednesday to a reported shooting at 703 W. Maxwell Ave.
A Spokane dentist has pleaded guilty in federal court to manipulating pain-killer prescriptions and distributing drugs to a former patient with whom he was having “inappropriate relationship” for years.
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