Demanding money to remove false information posted about a person or a business on social media could become a felony in Washington.
Spokane Federal Credit Union broke ground Tuesday on its new Spokane Valley branch that will share a space with Revel 77 Coffee.
Even in the chill of winter, the subject of sex education will stoke a few fires.
“Flying over England at night and chasing German zeppelins until they were well off home territory, then scouting around through the darkness to see if there were any left, sure has its thrills for a month or so, but after that it gets mighty tiresome,” said Lt. J.B. Rogers when he returned to Spokane from his service in World War I.
Civic leaders asked the Spokane County commissioners for $3,500 to complete the road to Mt. Spokane.
Colleagues, patients and co-workers remember the longtime doctor’s devotion to the care of the whole patient at a time when many families faced uncertain futures and frightening diagnoses. Reynolds insisted upon honesty and treating patients like family.
A man who authorities say lured a 13-year-old girl from her Seattle-area home and drove with her into Oregon was arrested when the rental car the two were traveling in became stuck in deep snow, Clatsop County Sheriff Tom Bergin said Tuesday.
Anti-tax initiative promoter Tim Eyman has been charged with misdemeanor theft after taking an office chair from an Office Depot store in Lacey without paying, but he says it was an accident.
Deputies are asking for the community’s help in identifying the suspect from an alleged gas station market robbery Sunday night in Chattaroy, who was caught on camera.
The couple said in an interview the filing, submitted to the court Thursday, is the result of legal malpractice claims against Chris Wright’s one-man law firm. Stratton said she wants to address the hardship head-on and doesn’t think it will affect her re-election effort this November.
The National Weather Service issued a Winter Weather Advisory on Tuesday predicting that at least one inch of fresh snow will fall on Spokane through Wednesday morning.
An effort to open some legislative records to the public while keeping others secret is likely dead, lawmakers acknowledged Tuesday morning.
Officials say blood supply in Washington is at an emergency level after recent snowstorms prevented many donors from being able to make it to scheduled appointments.
Terri Cooper wears a judge’s robe and makes judicial decisions in local courts in both Cheney and Airway Heights. She’s been making those legal decisions for bout 16 years. But there’s a catch.
After last-minute outcry from conservation groups, the Spokane Park Board deferred a proposal which would have allowed them to sell surplus park land without a vote of the people.
Washington could make it easier to crack down on dog fighting and selling horses to be slaughtered for human consumption under bills trying to survive a deadline in a House committee.
U.S. Sen. Miles Poindexter of Spokane took to the Senate floor to rail against the proposed League of Nations and the peace treaty in Europe.
The National Weather Service said Spokane will get 3 to 4 inches of snow between 10 a.m. Tuesday and 4 p.m. Wednesday, while Coeur d’Alene will get 4 to 6 inches and Pullman will get 6 to 8 inches.
Although the “first robin of spring” is a phrase enshrined in folklore and literature, it’s something of an avian myth. Robins move around in search of food, but they can be spotted year-round in the Inland Northwest.
Protestors returned to downtown Spokane on Monday afternoon to denounce President Donald Trump’s declaration of a national emergency to secure funding for his long-promised border wall.
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