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Wednesday, June 19, 2019  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Downtown Spokane public art

A look at public art in and around downtown Spokane.

Downtown Spokane commercial space

The Spokane market for downtown office space is relatively stable, brokers said. The central business district has about 3 million square feet of office space in 69 buildings.

Downtown Spokane sporting events

The biggest, and quite possibly the best, athletic venue in Spokane may surprise you. It’s not Gonzaga’s McCarthey Athletic Center or Joe Albi Stadium. It’s not the Spokane Veterans Memorial …

Downtown Spokane residential scene

Photos from living spaces downtown.

Hoopfest 2017 check-in

People check-in for Hoopfest 2017 on Friday, June 23, 2017, at the Pavilion in Riverfront Park. The three-on-three basketball tournament kicks off Saturday morning.

U-pick strawberries at Carver Farms

Strawberries are a short, sweet season in the Inland Northwest, and people want to get them while the picking is good.

Explosive noises heard at Brussels train station

Belgian media are reporting that explosion-like noises have been heard at a Brussels train station, prompting the evacuation of a main square.

Downriver Golf Course beekeeping

The Downriver Golf Course is using bees to fulfill some sort of job for their greens in place of chemicals.

Vehicle strikes several pedestrians on London road

A vehicle struck pedestrians near a mosque in north London early Monday morning, causing several casualties, police said.

Celebrating Father’s Day in Spokane

Fathers in Spokane celebrate their Sunday at different events in Spokane.

62 dead in central Portugal wildfires

Raging forest fires in central Portugal killed at least 62 people, many of them trapped in their cars as flames swept over a road, in what the prime minister on …

Sonora Smart Dodd

The idea for Father’s Day originated with a young woman, Sonora Smart Dodd, in her late 20s while sitting in church in Spokane on Mother’s Day in 1909.

March For Racial Justice

The March for Racial Justice wound through the streets of East Central Spokane Saturday afternoon. Its organizers said it’s only the first action in a new push to tackle disparities …

U.S. destroyer collision with a merchant ship off the coast of Japan

Seven Navy sailors were missing and the captain and at least two others were injured after a U.S. destroyer and a container ship collided off the coast of Japan before …

2017 Washington State Square Dance Festival

The 2017 Washington State Square Dance Festival is at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N. Havana St., with dances ending at 11:20 p.m. on Friday and resuming …

Lewis & Clark High School Tiger Fund Scholarship

Lewis & Clark High School Tiger Fund Scholarship Each year alums from the Lewis and Clark HS class of 1966 give scholarship money to an underprivledged LC student. This year …

Vanessa Behan playhouse

The students at Spokane Valley High School have built a large playhouse that was delivered to Vanessa Behan Crisis Nursery, Tuesday, June 13, 2017.

House Majority Whip shot at congressional baseball practice

House Majority Whip Steve Scalise of Louisiana was shot Wednesday at a congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Virginia, officials said. His wounds were not believed to be life-threatening.

Massive blaze in London high-rise

Firefighters battled a massive fire and evacuated residents from a burning 27-floor high-rise apartment building in west London early Wednesday morning.

Allen Pough reunited with purple heart

Vietnam veteran Allen Pough lost his physical purple heart award years ago. Friend Don Thompson and other high school classmates helped reunite Pough with his purple heart that Pough had …

Street Music Week 2017

Monday, June 12, 2017, kicks off the annual Street Music Week in downtown Spokane.

Snapshots from Sunday’s Tony awards ceremony

Local favorites are expected to do well in Sunday’s award ceremony.

Elkfest in Browne’s Addition

Fun, food, drinks and music at Elkfest in Spokane’s Browne’s Addition, Sunday. June 11, 2017.

Jeanne Tanaka

Jeanne Tanaka was 17 when her family was sent to Tule Lake, an internment camp reserved for ‘disloyal’ Japanese-Americans. She has a kimono from the 1930s her Japanese grandparents sent …

Ken Kannegaard grave digging ceremony

The Kannegaard family gathers to dig the grave for Ken Kannegard in Wallace. Twenty years ago the family did the same for his father who worked in the silver mining …

26th Spokane Pride Parade

Crowds gathered to watch the dancing, singing and skating parade flow by Saturday, June 10, for the 26th annual Spokane Pride Parade. The theme of this year’s parade: May the …

Vaagan Brothers Lumber

Trees from crowded Northeast Washington forests could become building materials that transform how high-rise buildings are constructed, making wooden skyscrapers possible.

Family Day in the Park and Fancy Flea Market

Family Day in the Park and Fancy Flea Market is a collaborative, community-wide, fun-filled kick-off to summer to be held in downtown Coeur d’Alene at the City Park and Beach, …

Coeur d’Alene’s Historic Playland Pier Carousel

An iconic piece of Coeur d’Alene history will return to the Lake City this weekend.

Gonzaga’s unofficial mascot: Maddie the Bulldog

Maddie the Bulldog is dying of cancer. She is Gonzaga’s unofficial mascot, with an online following on Instagram and Facebook.