The Spokane Valley Events Center was bustling Saturday morning as the annual Spokane Public Radio records sale kicked off.
Prohibition certainly did not prevent people from drinking alcohol – but sometimes the most dangerous kind of alcohol.
Washington moved a step closer to banning eyeball tattoos Friday as a key committee sent the proposal to the full House.
More than 25 inches of snow blanketed Spokane in February, which means big business for snowplow operators.
Free college for everyone may not be coming to Washington, but many students could see the cost of their post-secondary education reduced – although by just how much is still up in the air.
Willow Hope Spilker was never expected to be born alive. But today she sits snuggled in her mother’s arms in their South Hill home, the oxygen tubing that runs to her nose is the only sign that something is unusual.
Senate bill to remove personal exemptions for all childhood vaccinations receives committee approval.
A road must run through the center of a proposed “walkable mixed-use urban neighborhood” on Spokane’s South Hill near the busy intersection of 29th and Southeast Boulevard, according to a decision by the county’s hearing examiner. Both the developer of the project and neighbors oppose the ruling.
Hidden Mother Brewery will begin renovating a North Washington Street building into a Spokane taphouse, according to permits issued by the city.
Police arrested a man Wednesday on suspicion he attacked and repeatedly raped a Spokane woman he met on a dating website.
Fairchild Air Force Base is one of eight U.S. military installations where federal scientists will study human exposure to per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances, the toxic man-made chemicals that have contaminated West Plains water supplies.
Ferguson said he’s confident the Washington Legislature will pass a bill this session increasing the legal smoking age to 21 and is eyeing a legal challenge to President Donald Trump’s national emergency order to fund a wall along the Mexico border. He also called out local sheriffs for refusing to implement a gun control measure passed by initiative last year.
A Richland city councilman thinks native son Jim Mattis would make a terrific governor or even president. Phil Lemley hopes his neighbors will help push a grassroots campaign to encourage the now-former Secretary of Defense to run for public office.
Authorities say they have arrested 22 people during an undercover sting operation targeting potential sexual predators in western Washington state.
Republican Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers stuck to her positions on immigration, the border wall and President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency during a Medical Lake town hall, saying she supports a strong border but is apprehensive about the president’s use of executive powers.
A new carbon tax proposal would raise the price of gasoline 15 cents per gallon at the pump as part of a $17 billion package on transportation and environmental projects.
A group of 23 civic leaders met at the Davenport Hotel and vowed to form “a great army of ideas pitted against the spirit of unrest, disloyalty, revolution and bolshevism.”
Icicles can cause a number of problems, but experts warn that knocking them down can damage roofs.
Spokane County Sheriff’s deputies on Wednesday arrested a man on suspicion of shining a laser pointer at a law enforcement helicopter flying over Spokane Valley.
Proposal to allow college athletes to seek outside compensation moves forward with a change to keep Washington schools from being “guinea pigs” for a fight with the NCAA.
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