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Rick Welliver’s Spokane Boxing Gym

A national PAL (Police Athletic League) Chapter is opening in Spokane. It’s a mentorship program for Spokane PD to work with kids involved in boxing. Ranges from SPD helping fund …


Rick Welliver’s Spokane Boxing Gym

A national PAL (Police Athletic League) Chapter is opening in Spokane. It’s a mentorship program for Spokane PD to work with kids involved in boxing. Ranges from SPD helping fund …


First Robotics Competition at West Valley High School

First Robotics Competition at West Valley High School.


Cannon Street shelter

The city of Spokane has spent over $19 million on homelessness over the past two years and some say the problem is only getting worse


Soaring through history: Women aviators in Washington State

Amelia Earhart, arguably one of the most famous female aviators, wasn’t the only female pilot storming the skies or air racing in open-cockpit airplanes back in the 1920s and 30s.


Jefferson Elementary unicycle class

Teacher Thomas Vogt recently started an after-school unicycle class at Jefferson Elementary with a a grant from the Jefferson PTG. Students first learn how to mount the unicycle, then slowly …


Downtown Spokane fire

Multiple downtown Spokane residents were displaced Wednesday morning after a fire tore through several units in a decade-old apartment building near Lewis and Clark High School.


The Ronald McDonald House construction project

The Ronald McDonald House construction project at 5th and Monroe adds 34 rooms and more space to serve the families of children across the Inland Northwest.


High-tech mapping of potholes will help city manage streets

Snowmelt reveals many things. The first crocus, tulips and daffodil blossoms of spring. The trash and dog poop that people left behind, thinking somehow the snow would make those left-behinds …


Then and now: Washington State Pavilion

Careful planning and modern design were hallmarks of the Washington State Pavilion at Expo ‘74 in Spokane. The facility included an auditorium for nearly 3,000 people, exhibit halls and a …


Netherlands shooting

Dutch counter terrorism police close in on a house after a shooting incident in Utrecht, Netherlands, Monday, March 18, 2019. Police in the central Dutch city of Utrecht say on …


Irish Drinking Team

For Irish Drinking Team, brunch is gold at rainbow’s end


Coeur d’Alene snowball fight

Dozens of people showed up at McEuen Park for a slushy snowball skirmish Saturday before the St. Patrick’s Day Parade. Winter soldiers young and old let snowballs fly at the …


Winter of 1969

Winter of 1969


41st St. Patrick’s Day Parade

41st St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Spokane on Saturday, March 16, 2019.


New Zealand mass shootings of Muslims

New Zealand has arrested a suspected gunman in mass shootings that claimed at leas 49 worshippers and pedestrians at two Muslim mosques in the city of Christchurch on Friday, March …


Area gardeners can check out seeds at the library

The Hillyard Library in Spokane and the libraries in Cheney, Fairfield and Otis Orchards all offer dozens of varieties of seeds for checkout. The one at the Otis Orchards Library …


Morris Dees and the Aryan Nations

In 2000, Morris Dees, attorney and founder of the Southern Poverty Law Center, bankrupted the Aryan Nations organization with a lawsuit that eventually forced racist leader Richard Butler to turn …


Donut Parade reopens

The Donut Parade re-opened to a line already formed outside, and after about an hour, it remained long and L-shaped as donuts flew off the shelf by the baker’s dozen.


Northwest Passages Book Club: Sharma Shields and Nancy Pearl

On Wednesday, Nancy Pearl travelled to The Spokesman-Review’s Northwest Passages Book Club for a conversation with local author Sharma Shields. Shields is the author of “The Cassandra,” a novel set …


The Model Railroad Train Show

The Model Railroad Train Show at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center on Sunday, March 10, 2019.


Gonzaga pep rally in Las Vegas

Gonzaga fans cheer during a pep rally before the WCC men’s semi-final game on Monday, March 11, 2019, at The Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nev.


KPBX Kid’s Concert

KPBX Kid’s Concert at Riverside Place in Spokane on Saturday, March 9, 2019.


Don Chareunsy’s 2019 WCC food and fun picks

Don Chareunsy’s 2019 WCC food and fun picks


Desert super bloom

California is experiencing a second super bloom in two years, thanks to winter rains. The vivid purple, pink and gold fields can be seen from mountain tops.


National Women’s Hall of Fame

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, actress Jane Fonda and attorney Gloria Allred are among 10 women being inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame.


Mt. Spokane High wins ProStart Invitational culinary competition

Mt. Spokane High School’s culinary team is the ProStart Invitational culinary champion. It is the first team in Eastern Washington to win first place in the culinary category. The annual …


ProStart Invitational

The annual ProStart Invitational brings student chefs and restaurant management students to compete for scholarships and the right to advance to the nationals in May. In the chef competition, students …


State Highway 27 reopened

In a hard-fought victory over Mother Nature, crews reopened a stretch of state Highway 27 in southern Spokane County on Tuesday.


Then and now: Man and the Spokane River

Spokane River’s story one of geology, settlement