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  • Woman killed in crash near the Valley Mall

    A woman died in a crash near Indiana Avenue and Evergreen Road in Spokane Valley Friday afternoon.

  • Paving begins Sept. 23

    The city of Spokane Valley is making a final road construction push before chilly weather sets in and makes paving impossible. Two projects are scheduled to begin on Sept. 23 …

  • Computer voice helps dispatchers get info to fire crews faster

    The voice of a woman dispatching Spokane-area fire crews last week was strong, steady and confident. The voice was coming from a computer.

  • Speed limit change in Greenacres area denied

    The Spokane Valley City Council decided Tuesday that speed limits will stay low in the Greenacres neighborhood. In a 4-3 vote, the council rejected a 35 mph speed limit on …

  • Concrete work to begin at Sullivan and Indiana

    Drivers who routinely go through the Sullivan Road and Indiana Avenue intersection may want to find an alternate route. The intersection is being rebuilt with concrete starting Monday, and traffic …

  • Work will hinder travel on Sullivan

    A few business owners in the area of the Spokane Valley Mall stopped by an open house last week to learn about the upcoming construction planned for the Sullivan Road …

  • Getting There: Spokane Falls Boulevard section reopening

    An east-west arterial link into downtown Spokane should reopen later this week as workers progress on an initial segment of the new Martin Luther King Jr. Way. Spokane Falls Boulevard …

  • Indiana Avenue extension under way

    The project to extend Indiana Avenue east to the intersection of Flora Road and Mission Street began Monday, but the traveling public shouldn’t notice much of an impact for the …

  • City Council tables Indiana construction project

    The plan to extend Indiana Avenue east from Sullivan Road may be in jeopardy after the Spokane Valley City Council narrowly voted to table the decision to award the construction …

  • Big plans for a rocky site

    Carl Guenzel has an explanation for the neat rows of perfectly symmetrical mounds that began popping up recently in a field east of Spokane Valley Mall. “Martians,” he said.