A young man’s rabbit hunting escapade ended in disaster.
Walking through the Riverfront Park maintenance building is like passing through a cross section of history, with oddities from the park’s past tucked into every corner. Here, the Skyride gondolas from Expo ’74; there, pieces of the old tarp from the U.S. Pavilion; elsewhere, the former motor drive from the Looff Carrousel.
Spokane police planted an expensive mountain bike to catch thieves Monday outside the Safeway grocery store at Mission Avenue and Hamilton Street, an area that has been rife with property crime in recent weeks.
Idaho Fish and Game captured a young grizzly bear that had raided chicken coops in North Idaho late Wednesday night.
A defendant who demanded to represent himself in a drug trial can’t get his conviction overturned because the judge agreed to let him, Supreme Court says.
The partnership will add 20 percent of lending capacity to SNAP to assist those hoping to buy or renovate their home in the Inland Northwest. SNAP provided more than $758,000 in financial assistance last year and hopes the investment will encourage other private entities to contribute.
The president of the union representing workers at Spokane Transit Authority said a report clearing the agency’s human resources director of wrongdoing is “deeply troubling as an indication of STA’s lack of understanding of systemic racism and the critical importance of protecting the civil rights of its workers and the public.”
Catholic Charities Spokane is known for its work helping the homeless, but is less known for its work on food programs. The organization is planning a new fundraiser to serve up local food, wine and beer to bring attention to their work with several different food programs.
Rowdy was picked up by the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service.
As I write these words, it’s 9 a.m. on one of those about-to-be broiling hot days of summer. My husband has been out of the house since 8 a.m., and I probably won’t see him until dinner. He’s doing exactly what he wants to be doing – he’s working.
It was 1967. He was a sailor stationed in Lemoore, California.
The Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service has joined a new coalition of animal rescue organizations in Washington state committed to working toward the live release of at least 90 percent of the animals in their care.
First came a loud bang Tuesday and the aircraft’s single engine was dead. The fire boss pilot had 500 feet of elevation and 15 seconds to figure out a place to land with nothing but forested mountains below him.
After longtime volunteer Ellen Hawley died on June 13, her family established a memorial scholarship to help students at Freeman.
Spokane people who went to Seattle to work in war industries reported that the cost of living was so high that it was barely worth it.
I’m sure you noticed the entertaining series of stories The Spokesman-Review sports section presented this summer in which several “What if?” scenarios were explored.
More than 100 people gathered outside the Spokane Intermodal Center on Wednesday afternoon to protest the arrests of undocumented immigrants at the downtown transportation hub, and to call on local leaders to limit cooperation with the U.S. Border Patrol and other immigration agencies.
An investigation done for the Spokane Transit Authority determined that allegations the agency’s human resources director made racist comments on social media were unfounded.
Air quality in Spokane remains in the “unhealthy” category for the third straight day.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to several calls the week of July 23 to Aug. 5 involving brush fires and assisted with extinguishing a large house fire in Liberty Lake.
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