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Protesters at Cathy McMorris Rodgers fundraiser

Protesters target GOP backlash to Russia probe at Devin Nunes fundraiser for Cathy McMorris Rodgers

Then and Now: Northern Pacific Railroad

Spokane once bragged of four transcontinental rail lines went through Spokane. But Northern Pacific was the first, connecting in 1883 in Gold Creek, Montana with a spike driven by President …

Pints and Politics with Gov. Jay Inslee

Olympia bureau political reporter Jim Camden moderates a conversation with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee in front of a sold out crowd at a Pints and Politics event at the …

Ride the Bases

Nearly 100 motorcycles and riders paticipated in the Ride the Bases to benefit the Rypien Foundation, Sunday, July 29, 2018, at Avista Stadium before the Spokane Indians played the Hillsboro …

Spokane Indians Home Run for Life

On Friday night, the Indians are doing a special tribute for Caitie and Joe Hepner who spent the last 41 days in the children’s hospital with their 2 lb newborn, …

California wilfire claims more lives

The death count from a Northern California wildfire rose to five Saturday after two young children and their great-grandmother who had been unaccounted for were confirmed dead.

Complete lunar eclipse, longest of this century

Skywatchers around much of the world have begun watching a complete lunar eclipse that is the longest of this century. The so-called “blood moon,” when it turns a deep red, …

GU/ SPS Summer Language Program and Native American Studies

GU /SPS Language Program and Native American Studies held a celebration on July 27, 2018 in Gonzaga University’s Hemmingson Ballroom.

Carr wildfire in California

An explosive wildfire that roared with little warning into a Northern California city claimed a second life and thousands more people abandoned their homes, some of them slipping out just …

Spokane Indians Home Run for Life

On Friday night, the Indians are doing a special tribute for Caitie and Joe Hepner who spent the last 41 days in the children’s hospital with their 2 lb newborn, …

Dance Camp

Gonzaga University Dance Faculty leads children in ballet, modern, jazz, hip hop and musical theater in the 2018 Summer Dance Intensive at Gonzaga Dance Studios on Thursday, July 26, 2018. …

Asotin County dam break

An illegal dam in Asotin County failed in April 2017, wiping out trees and vegetation, moving boulders, damaging a state highway and destroying a bridge that had been the only …

Evergreen Fountains expansion

Evergreen Fountains, a senior living facility in Spokane Valley, recently completed an $8 million expansion that includes a 61,700 square foot residential building that includes apartments and cottages, a skywalk …

BMX practice in Spokane

Kids practice at Spokane BMX-Joe Albi Stadium at Merkel Sports Complex, Wednesday July 25, 2018. There is racing at the complex on Thursdays and Saturdays.

Two Women Vintage Goods.

Two Women Vintage Goods sells antiques and vintage items. They’re closing their shop down at the end of the month and in September will reopen in the revitalized area of …

House of Charity

The two-year experiment providing around-the-clock shelter to the city’s homeless downtown will end in September, potentially displacing dozens of overnight patrons at House of Charity run by Catholic Charities.

Greece wildfires, deadliest blaze in decades

Wildfires raged through seaside resorts near the Greek capital of Athens, torching homes, cars and forests as they killed at least 74 people, authorities said Tuesday. Twenty-six of the dead …

Beating the heat in Spokane

With temperatures in the 90s, people find ways to cool off.

Wild horses drought

Harsh drought conditions in parts of the American West are pushing wild horses to the brink and forcing extreme measures to protect them. Federal land managers have begun emergency roundups …

Then and Now: Saad Shoe Repair

In 1909, 15-year-old Eli arrived nearly penniless in Spokane. His older brothers Paul and John had started the Saad Bros. Shoe Repair, Pool Room and Cigars in 1906. Eli joined …

Julyamsh Powwow 2018 final day

Traditional Native American culture and dancing concludes a three-day run Sunday, July 22, 2018,at the Kootenai County Fairgrounds.

Staircases in Spokane

Spokane has upwards of 1,000 individual stair steps maintained by the city’s streets and parks departments. Some are wooden, some are iron, most are concrete. Some are well known, some …

Silva cells installed in West Central neighborhood

So-called “Silva cells,” chambers of fluffy soil and air that are used to store stormwater, are being constructed with plastic frames beneath several intersections in the historic neighborhood. They’re part …

2018 Julyamsh

Coeur d´Alene Tribal Encampment and Julyamsh Powwow at Kootenai County Fairgrounds is a three-day event.

Wildfires burn across Eastern Washington

Wildfires erupted July 19 and 20 across Eastern Washington, burning tens of thousands of acres and closed major highways.

New Costco in North Spokane opens

The new Costco warehouse store at at 12020 N. Newport Highway north of Spokane opened on Friday at 8 a.m. The 167,000-square-foot store is taking the place of the 134,000-square-foot …

Overnight at Hope House

During a hot summer evening, women at Spokane’s Hope House shelter shared their thoughts, impressions and life experiences. The shelter is part of Spokane’s 24/7 network for homeless people, built …

Chris Stapleton in Spokane

Chris Stapleton performs at the Spokane Arena, Thursday, July 19, 2018.

Upriver Beacon fire clean up

As people returned to their homes early Wednesday morning on Beacon Hill, a relative sense of normalcy was restored for a community that hours before was unsure if a fast-moving …

Upriver Drive Wildfire

Photos of the Upriver Drive Wildfire on July 17, 2018.