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Nadine Woodward runs for mayor

Former KREM and KXLY TV anchor Nadine Woodward declared her candidacy for Spokane mayor Tuesday, April 2, 2019 in Riverfront Park.

KXLY-TV: Nadine Woodward signs off

Here is the video from KXLY television on Nadine Woodward’s last night on the KXLY evening news on May 4, 2019. The longtime TV news anchor signed off for the …

Snow Day! Sledding at Manito Park

With school called off for the day, many Spokane kids headed straight to Manito Park’s hilly terrain to sled, play hockey, ski and just have fun. Produced by Jesse Tinsley

Spokane AIDS Network benefit “The Lion Sings Tonight”

Cast members from the touring show of “The Lion King” spent their one off-night performing at nYne Bar to benefit the Spokane AIDS Network. The performers chose a wide variety …

Sam, the hardware dog

At Otis hardware in Otis Orchards, they have an employee that helps customers carry their merchandise to the cash register. He’s got four legs and works for dog treats. Sam, …

Tom’s Turkey Tuesday Distribution

Named for Tom Sherry, the local Spokane weatherman who does much of the fundraising for it, the annual turkey dinner giveaway is an outpouring of love by the citizens of …

World War I in Spokane

Spokane was ready when the United States entered World War I, then called the Great War, in 1917. For the three years previous to the war declaration, the U.S. was …

KHQ Election Night 2017 coverage

KHQ Local News 2017 Election Night coverage, including reporting from Spokesman-Review reporters Kip Hill and Jim Camden.

New snowfall blankets Inland Northwest

Spokane-area residents were greeted Friday morning with several inches of snow, which led to dozens of crashes and slide-offs around the region. Video courtesy of KHQ.

Colin Mulvany: Favorite Photos of 2016

Please watch in full-screen… Photography is my second language. It speaks to me in visual whispers every time I raise my camera to my eye. Moments, fleeting or not, are …

Haunted Spokane

As Halloween approaches, take a tour of some of Spokane’s most haunted places.

Bonsai show in Spokane

The Inland Empire Bonsai Society held their annual show at Manito Park Saturday and Sunday, July 16 and 17. The 30 or so members keep alive the ancient Japanese art …

Veterans Honor Guard

The volunteers behind the Spokane Area Veterans Honor Guard give hundreds of hours, in five- to seven-minute increments, to honor veterans who have died. It only takes five to seven …

Annual stocking of fish

The Spokane Hatchery, which produces more than a million trout for the region’s lakes, is in the midst of the annual stocking regimen in advance of opening day of freshwater …

On Safari Cat Show

Evergreen Cat Fanciers brought their cat show to Spokane the weekend of Feb. 19-21 at the DoubleTree Inn, drawing hundreds of a cat lovers each of the three days. Meet …

Hoopfest 2015

Tens of thousands of players, spectators and volunteers crowded Spokane’s downtown streets in the unseasonable heat to attend Hoopfest 2015, the biggest three-on-three basketball tournament in the world.

Street Music Week 2014

Check out the sights and sounds of the 12th annual Street Music Week 2014, a benefit for the Second Harvest Food bank.

“Everyone Needs a Painting”

Spokane artist Pat Adams has oil-painted scenics and portraits of family at her kitchen table for over 30 years. After the death of her beloved dog Sage, Adams took her …

“Without judgment”

With lots of free hugs and clean socks to share, CHAS homeless outreach worker Ilze Zarins-Ilgen is a trusted face within Spokane’s homeless community.

Great Pumpkin Race

Pumpkins on wheels raced and rolled down a steep hill at 17th Avenue and Madison Street, Saturday Oct. 27, 2012, during the 2nd Annual Great Pumpkin Race to benefit Meals …

PETA protests the eating of fish

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) held an unusual protest against eating fish in front of the restaurant in downtown Spokane Wed., Sept. 21, 2011. Hilarity ensued.

Police shoot, kill man

Spokane police have shot and killed a man who allegedly fired a weapon at them this afternoon at Madison and Indiana streets in Spokane, according to witnesses. The man’s body …

Then and Now II: Downtown Spokane

Here is another slide show about the history of downtown Spokane from the archives of the Spokesman-Review. The photos date back as far as the mid 1880s, when Spokane buildings …

Then and Now: Downtown Spokane

Here is another “Then and Now” presentation taken from the photo archives of the Spokesman-Review. Spokane, especially the downtown area, has a long and storied history of boom and bust, …

Historic homes in Spokane

From the photo archives, here are some vintage photos of homes around Spokane, paired with photos taken recently. Take the tour and see how these historic buildings have changed over …

The Great Pumpkin Arrives

Tony Schuh uses power tools to carve a 100-pound gourd into a jack-o’-lantern at St. Charles School Friday.

From the archive: Tambourine Man

From the 2008 video archive: Michael Ransford finds happiness in the ring of a tambourine. (Originally published Sept. 26, 2009.

Bus bench advertising ban

Mayor Mary Verner has decided to bar further bus bench advertising. That means most of the current bus benches will be removed across the city and STA will have to …

Aerial video highlights of Spokane and surrounding areas

Courtesy of Corner Booth Productions

The drive from Spokane to CDA

The 30 miles in under 30 seconds.