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Holmberg, Aviani and Zwerger score two goals each as Chiefs beat Rockets 6-3

Mitch Holmberg and Mike Aviani continued their torrid starts on Tuesday, but the play of other Spokane Chiefs provided the team with the biggest emotional lift. Holmberg, Aviani and Dominic …


Holmberg, Aviani and Zwerger score two goals each as Chiefs beat Rockets 6-3

Mitch Holmberg and Mike Aviani continued their torrid starts on Tuesday, but the play of other Spokane Chiefs provided the team with the biggest emotional lift.


Rainy, cool conditions to linger through the week

A particularly wet September in Spokane will end with more rain showers in the forecast Monday. October will also start wet and cooler-than-average, with sunshine returning by Thursday.


On sale

• Tickets are on sale at 10 a.m. today through TicketsWest to see: The Tedeschi Trucks Band, Dec. 11 at the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox. $29.50-$59.50.


Chance job planted seed for career path

Ed Schafer was dropping off a friend after night class when he was handed an apron and put to work. He was 21, Mustard Seed was busy, and he figured …


Spokane mayor proposes city ethics ‘upgrade’

Spokane Mayor David Condon proposed Monday an overhaul of the city’s ethics committee, saying the decade-old body needs an “upgrade” to give citizens “the assurance of transparency.” Condon said no …


Guards find 350-foot rope in jail inmate’s bed

After almost two years in Spokane County Jail, career criminal Frank Uhyrek might be going stir-crazy. At least the 350-foot rope that guards found hidden in his torn mattress last …


Jailers foil apparent escape attempt at Spokane County Jail

After almost two years in Spokane County Jail awaiting sentencing, career criminal Frank Uhyrek might be going stir-crazy.


Bank robbery suspect considered armed and dangerous

A man suspected of robbing three banks in the last week is considered a serious threat to the community.


Morning Review: Wheat, cow poop and the ultimate comeback kid

Check out our guide to today’s top Spokesman-Review stories.


Judge in Spokane ricin case recuses self

U.S. District Court Judge Lonny Suko recused himself from the federal case against Matthew Buquet, the man accused of sending a ricin-laced letter to one of Suko’s colleagues in May. …


Ex-Zag Frahm finds new challenge on two wheels

The life cycle of an athlete is never long enough. “I think it’s a terrible analogy, but they say it’s like a death,” former Gonzaga basketball star Richie Frahm said.


Transformer failure leads to garage fire

A detached garage caught fire after a transformer on a North Spokane power pole failed Saturday.


Questions swirl around Spokane’s hiring of Kyle Twohig

Bill Meeks has gotten a lot of jobs in his life. He’s supervised the construction of bridges, been a city engineer in Indiana, was responsible for traffic engineering, maintenance planning …


House fire results in $500,000 in damage

A house fire that ripped through three South Hill homes Thursday resulted in an estimated $500,000 in damage.


Convicted murderer wins new trial for 2004 killings

A Cheney man convicted of killing his pregnant girlfriend by pushing her out of a moving car has won a new trial. State appeals court judges ruled Tuesday that attorneys …


Salem-Keizer blanks Indians

Joe Kurrasch (2-2), Jake Shadle and Eduardo Encinosa combined on a four-hitter Saturday night as Salem-Keizer dispatched the Indians 6-0 at Volcanoes Stadium.


Firefighter John Knighten honored for life spent in service

John Knighten’s public service started long before he was a Marine or a firefighter. According to his youngest brother, Phil Knighten, it started when they were kids – when Phil …


Emotional win

Team TBA finally closed out Team Three and a Half, 20-15, to win its fourth straight Hoopfest Women’s Elite title Sunday afternoon. Finding closure was much tougher for both teams; …


Topped trees near Indian Canyon Golf Course frustrate city

Neighbors along the east side of Indian Canyon Golf Course got a surprise when they heard chainsaws at 5:40 a.m. on May 20. A subcontractor was topping trees to clear …


Neighbors step in to raise natural profile Palisades Park

Palisades Park – despite its trails, wildlife, wildflowers, waterfall and romantic views overlooking Spokane – had become a creepy eyesore of neglect until neighbors took charge. After years of cleanups …


One injured in West Central drive-by shooting

One man was shot in the leg Wednesday night after a reported drive-by shooting in the 2200 block of West Broadway Avenue.


Toddler’s death declared a homicide

The death of a toddler last week has been ruled a homicide. Rylee J. Castner, an 18-month-old boy, died March 31 of blunt force trauma to the head, according to …


Golf: Regional course information

The following is a directory of area golf courses. For more information on the area golf courses go online to • www.gogolfnw.com


Landers: Redbands in upstream battle

The Spokane River, and some of its native inhabitants, were in the spotlight Tuesday and Wednesday as a wide range of scientists, policy makers and industry leaders convened for the …


Landers: Redbands in upstream battle

The Spokane River, and some of its native inhabitants, were in the spotlight Tuesday and Wednesday as a wide range of scientists, policy makers and industry leaders convened for the …


Then and Now photos: A city is born

Spokane’s story began on the corner of Howard Street and Spokane Falls Boulevard. Original settlers James Downing and Seth Scranton drove the first surveyor’s stake there in 1871. It was …


Dr Pepper aside, Mayer has thirst for boxing

The sweet science of boxing is on a sugar high. Dr Pepper’s latest “One of a Kind” commercial features the fast hands and fit physique of Mikaela Mayer, the new …


Visit Spokane leader puts attractions in spotlight

It’s hard to predict what will pique tourists’ interest. Take Fargo, N.D. It boasts a Walk of Fame (“Wow, Richard Simmons’ handprint!”) and Bonanzaville, the region’s “foremost pioneer prairie village.”


USC suspends players after Spokane brawl

The University of Southern California has suspended two basketball players indefinitely following allegations of their involvement in a melee in downtown Spokane early Sunday morning.