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  • House fire victims died from smoke

    Two women who died in a fire Sunday morning have been identified by the Spokane County medical examiner. Jill D. Burdett, 56, and UnaBelle Turner, 91, were unable to escape …


  • Cooking fire caused fatal blaze

    A cooking fire in a Spokane motor home is what led to the weekend death of a 64-year-old man, Fire Chief Bobby Williams reported on Monday. Major Allen, who was …


  • Five displaced dogs find homes

    Eight homeless hounds are no longer living in a broken-down Toyota Corolla. Five of the dogs were adopted early Saturday, after a story about them appeared on the front page …


  • Homeless dogs find homes

    Eight homeless hounds are no longer living in a broken-down Toyota Corolla. Five of the dogs were adopted early Saturday, after a story about them appeared on the front page …


  • Resident injured in house fire

    A resident in the 500 block of East Princeton Avenue suffered minor burns in a Wednesday night house fire.


  • Blaze likely started in basement

    No one was hurt in a Thursday afternoon fire that appears to have begun in the basement of a Spokane Valley home.


  • House heavily damaged in fire

    An electrical fire Wednesday left a West Broadway Avenue home badly damaged.


  • Wanted felon arrested in house fire, death

    A felon already wanted by the state Department of Corrections was arrested Wednesday on murder and arson charges related to a suspicious fire near the Hangman Valley Golf Course. Ryan …


  • Man’s body found in burning Hangman Valley home

    Investigators are examining the cause of death of a man found inside a burning home this morning near Hangman Valley Golf Course south of Spokane.


  • Spokane fire crews respond to two house fires

    The Spokane Fire Department responded to two house fires within about an hour of each other Monday.


  • Lawyer faces child sex abuse charges

    A North Idaho attorney is being held without bail in San Diego following allegations he sexually abused a teenage girl, including during “dates” at Southern California hotels. David C. Jacquot, …


  • Man killed in fire with dogs identified

    A man found dead with his dogs after a house fire early Sunday in Spokane has been identified as James L. Stowell, 46.


  • Man found dead in house fire identified

    A man found dead with his dogs after a house fire early Sunday has been identified. James L. Stowell, 46, died from smoke inhalation, although toxicology reports are still pending, …


  • Overnight house fire likely arson, investigators say

    Spokane Fire investigators are saying a house fire at Pacific and Helena just east of downtown is likely an arson. The fire broke out Sunday night just before midnight.


  • Washington troopers died from smoke inhalation

    Smoke inhalation caused the deaths of three Washington State Patrol employees who were killed in a house fire early Monday.


  • Abandoned home catches fire again

    An abandoned home at 2217 E. Sprague Ave. caught fire Saturday for the second time this year.


  • No one injured in pair of house fires

    Spokane firefighters rescued a woman and her pet early Sunday from a fire that broke out at a home in Hillyard, and a fire later Sunday in the West Central …


  • Honeymoon-bound couple help save two from fire

    Katie and Ben Scheele were wrapping up after their wedding weekend, collecting signs Monday that alerted guests to their wedding’s location, when they noticed flames coming from a home.


  • Fire damages Spokane Valley home

    A Spokane Valley home was heavily damaged by fire late Saturday.


  • Mom, infant escape

    A young mother’s hair was singed Thursday when she and her 2-week-old baby escaped their burning home on West Kiernan Avenue. Sara Farrell, 22, and her daughter, Summerlyn Cope, were …


  • Woman, 2-week-old baby escape house fire

    A young mother’s hair was singed this morning when she and her 2-week-old baby escaped their burning home on West Kiernan Avenue.


  • Pullman house fire blamed on stain-soaked rags

    A pile of rags used in staining a deck spontaneously combusted Friday night, damaging a home under construction in Pullman.


  • Fire badly damages Silver Lake home

    Fire badly damaged a home in the Silver Lake area east of Medical Lake this morning, but the occupants escaped without injury.


  • Boy started fire, officials say

    A fire that injured a 5-year-old boy and several family members who attempted to rescue him from a burning northeast Spokane home was started when the boy lit a bed …


  • Rescued boy’s condition improves after house fire

    A 5-year-old boy rescued by firefighters from a burning home on Friday has been upgraded to satisfactory condition, officials said.


  • Rescued boy’s condition improves after morning house fire

    A 5-year-old boy rescued from a burning home in northeast Spokane has improved from critical to serious condition this afternoon at Sacred Heart Medical Center.


  • Welding sparks blamed in fire

    Sparks flying from a welding torch may be to blame for a blaze that destroyed a Spokane Valley man’s garage and heavily damaged his home Tuesday.


  • Fire razes mobile home

    Two older residents smelled smoke Tuesday morning in their single-wide mobile home at the Flamingo Trailer Court in Spokane Valley and fled for safety before fire destroyed the building. About …


  • Residents escape before fire destroys mobile home

    Two older residents smelled smoke this morning in their single-wide mobile home at the Flamingo Trailer Court in Spokane Valley and fled for safety before fire destroyed their home.


  • Blaze leaves family homeless

    A family of six was left homeless Tuesday after a fire destroyed their Airway Heights home.

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