A house in the 800 block of South Freya Street was heavily damaged by fire Thursday afternoon but a woman inside was able to get out safely.
Spokane Valley Fire Department investigators are looking at two early morning fires considered suspicious that were discovered on July 30.
A firework is believed to have started a brush fire behind a Spokane Valley home that destroyed a doghouse.
A duplex that was a supported living facility for adults with intellectual disabilities appears to be a total loss after an attic fire on June 30.
Residents of a supported living facility were able to get out of a duplex that caught fire at 16402 E. Broadway just before 3:30 p.m. Thursday.
Three port-a-potties at the University High School baseball field were destroyed in a suspicious fire shortly after 9:30 p.m. Thursday.
Flaming oil started a kitchen fire that did more than $20,000 to a Spokane Valley home recently, but firefighters were able to free a dog trapped in the garage.
Wood chips in a large steel hopper caught fire Wednesday afternoon at The Pallet Place at 10315 E. Buckeye Lane in Spokane Valley.
A teenage girl was injured Monday night after crashing her car over an embankment east of Liberty Lake.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department responded to more than their fair share of unusual calls recently, tackling everything from a mysterious plume of smoke to a revving car engine that …
Firefighters were recently called to a wooded area behind an apartment complex in the 2400 block of North Pines Road where camp fires lit by transients and juveniles are frequently …
Warm weather and an animal nest combined to start a house fire in the 4900 block of East Eighth Avenue recently.
A unmarked barrel full of an unknown liquid shut down the Spokane County Transfer Station in Spokane Valley Tuesday afternoon when it began spewing a “strong vaporous fume cloud.”
A hazardous materials response was triggered Thursday when a woman reported finding uranium and blasting caps in her garage.
A smoke detector likely helped keep an apartment complex fire from spreading when it woke a neighboring resident in the early morning hours of April 13.
An early morning Spokane Valley apartment fire was extinguished with no injuries, thanks to a working smoke detector that quickly alerted residents.
Fire investigators believe a new natural gas stove that caught fire recently in Liberty Lake was either faulty or improperly installed.
Two elderly kayakers were rescued Friday after overturning in the Spokane River between Flora and Sullivan Roads.
A malfunctioning wall heating/air conditioning unit caused a small fire in a vacant room at the Ramada Spokane Valley on March 18.
A small fire in a Spokane Valley hotel room early Friday morning caused minimal damage after an alert front desk clerk noticed smoke and called 911.
A man made a lucky escape when he awoke to find fire and smoke in his manufactured home last week.
A man and several dogs escaped unharmed from a mobile home fire that was fueled by lint and dog hair in a dryer.
Two cars and a semitruck burned in a fire in Spokane Valley last week and the cause of the fire is unknown.
Spokane Valley fire crews responded to a commercial structure fire inside an industrial lot early Friday morning.
Most people would agree that bacon smells yummy and tastes delicious, but one man found out recently that it can also be flammable.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department is still reporting a problem with deliberately set dumpster fires in the Spokane Valley area.
Investigators are still looking for clues as to who set four fires in Spokane Valley in the early morning hours of Jan. 29.
Spokane Valley Fire Department crews rescued a deer that had become tangled in a net at the old Painted Hills Golf Course Friday morning.
Spokane Valley firefighters are searching for a suspect in a series of four arsons set early Friday morning.
A port-a-potty met a fiery end recently in Spokane Valley, and fire investigators believe it was intentionally set.