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Then and Now: Union Station

Union Station opened in 1914 to provide depot services to to the Chicago, Milwaukee, St. Paul and Pacific Railroad, known as the Milwaukee Road, the O.W.R.&N., part of the Union …


Annual Veterans Day Ceremony at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena

Veterans and military families gather at the Spokane Convention Center Sunday morning for a ceremony to honor those who have served in the armed forces.


Homeless in Spokane

With winter’s arrival, the city once again finds itself grappling with questions of shelter, security and long-term remediation for Spokane’s homeless population. There are no easy answers.


100 years ago: Spokane celebrates the first Armistice Day

‘Delerious’ celebration gripped Spokane’s streets as news reached the city that armistice had been declared, bringing a close in name — if not yet in fact — to the violence …


Southern California fires force evacuation of Malibu

The entire city of Malibu was ordered evacuated early Friday as a ferocious Southern California’s wildfire roared toward the beachside community that is home for many Hollywood celebrities.


Anti-Trump rally in Spokane

Protesters gather at the Thomas S. Foley United States Courthouse, Friday, Nov. 9, 2018, for an anti-Trump rally after U.S Attorney General Jeff Sessions resigned at the president’s request.


Spokane’s first snowfall

Season’s first snowfall dusts Spokane, causes car accidents.


Sacajawea Middle School Veterans Day assembly

Sacajawea Middle School students have written letters to servicemen and will read some of them during their Veterans Day assembly.


Procession for deputy killed in Southern California mass shooting

Thousands of people stood along the route or pulled over along U.S. 101 Thursday as a long motorcade escorted the body of Sgt. Ron Helus some 25 miles (40 kilometers) …


Air contamination in EWU library

Eastern Washington University has spent nearly $1 million this year to mitigate air contamination in its John F. Kennedy Library.


Solar farm in Lind

Washington’s largest solar farm will begin producing electricty next month in this small town better known for its annual Combine Demolition Derby. Nearly 82,000 solar panels have been installed on …


Sacajawea Middle School Veterans Day assembly

Sacajawea Middle School students have written letters to servicemen and will read some of them during their Veterans Day assembly.


Republicans hold the Senate

Ted Cruz celebrates victory in Texas as Republicans retain Senate control.


Spokane is heartbroken

Spokane is heartbroken after vandal knocks over pair of fiberglass sculptures meant to raise funds for charity


Democrats fight for House control

Democrats were locked in a district-by-district battle for control of the House Tuesday night while a setback in Indiana squeezed their already narrow path to a Senate majority.


Cathy McMorris Rodgers wins new term

Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers appears headed to her eighth term in Congress. With most counties reported, McMorris Rodgers held a lead of nearly 10 percentage points. McMorris Rodgers also won …


Then and Now: Riverside Theater

The early Spokane Civic Theater formed in 1946 after Spokane’s theater scene went dormant during World War II. But the group always struggled to find a permanent home. In the …


Getting There: Sharp Avenue

Last week, the city wrapped up its $2 million project to completely rebuild the half-mile of road running from Pearl Street to Hamilton Street in front of Gonzaga University. The …


Northwest Passages Community Forum: Gonzaga Legends

The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Community Forum and SWX are hosting an evening with some of biggest names in the history of the Gonzaga University men’s basketball program. The event featured …


Spokesman-Review clock tower

Spokesman-Review clock tower


Amazon West Plains fulfillment center construction

Amazon showcases progress of West Plains fulfillment center construction.


Avista, BNSF join list of donors seeking refunds from Shea campaign

Avista Corp. and the BNSF Railway Co. on Friday joined the list of organizations requesting refunds from state Rep. Matt Shea’s re-election campaign. Both companies this year donated $2,000 to …


Line dancing class

Sandy Weiss-Plass, professional line dance instructor, leads an advanced group of students through a series of seven new dance steps, Thursday, Nov, 1, 2018 at the Spokane Fitness center in …


Amy’s Donuts grand opening

Amy’s Donuts has their grand opening in Spokane Valley, Wash. on Nov. 1, 2018. The shop is open from 5 a.m. to midnight every day.


University High school spirit

Every Thursday morning a group of students gather at front of University High and greet other students with rousing cheers and random commercial jingles. They also gather two and three …


Stories from the morgue of The Spokesman-Review,

In the morgue of The Spokesman-Review, a windowless, dark and rarely-visited room in the basement of the Review Tower, eyes of Spokanites long dead stare out from yellowing paper, and …


Halloween parade at Ramsey Magnet School of Science in Coeur d’Alene

Ramsey Magnet School of Science in Coeur d’Alene holds a Halloween parade.


Heart art downtown

Painted hearts are scattered around Spokane’s downtown, part of a fundraiser by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.


Downtown Spokane Hearts

Vibrantly painted giant hearts are on the streets of downtown Spokane as part of a community art project headed up by Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.


Candlelight vigil honoring victims of the Tree of Life synagogue attack in Pittsburgh

Hundreds of community members gathered Tuesday evening at Temple Beth Shalom on the South Hill for a candlelight vigil honoring victims of the Tree of Life synagogue attack in Pittsburgh.