Spokane Valley International Association of Firefighters Local 876 has been handing out new winter coats to Spokane Valley elementary students for four years as part of the national nonprofit Operation Warm.
A red sedan “recklessly” drove past a line of vehicles, struck several construction cones and tools, then hit a construction worker, driving away as the injured man lay in the roadway near Airway Heights, court documents say.
Folks who know Geraldine Wagner aren’t surprised to find a 6-foot crocodile reclining on the bed in her guest room. After all, a 4-foot giraffe, sporting a sombrero resides in her kitchen, and a life-size tiger rests in front of the fireplace.
What kid hasn’t dreamed of a treehouse a la Swiss Family Robinson – that is if they’re familiar with the classic tale or Disney movie?
A popular and successful program to allow seniors to eat at local restaurants for free is winding down as the CARES Act funding that paid for it dwindles.
The Spokane Valley Fire Department saw a large volume of calls the week of Oct. 19-25, which were pushed up by the 100 calls that came in during the 24-hour shift that began 8 a.m. Oct. 23, the day record-breaking amounts of snowfall led to other things –like tree branches –breaking.
Still reeling from last weekend's sub-zero wind chills and a record amount of October snowfall, Spokanites can use a shot of good news for Halloween. Fortunately, we've got some.
In response to weapon-carrying people at recent protests, a new Spokane City Council proposal would ask police to stop armed militia groups from gathering in the city.
One story above the streets of Hillyard, Bob Whittaker found a time capsule he hopes to preserve and celebrate.
The Spokane County Library District is seeking a volunteer to join the board that oversees the library's policies and budget. Anyone in the libraries service area, which includes the entire county except Liberty Lake and the City of Spokane, is eligible.
Ronald Shurer, a Washington State University graduate who earned the nation’s highest military honor in 2018, was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery Tuesday.
An environmental group says the Trump administration is violating the Endangered Species Act by expanding hunting and fishing by 3,600 square miles on the national wildlife refuge system and national fish hatchery system
Seattle didn’t just grow a lot bigger in the previous decade. It also grew a lot geekier.
WASHINGTON – With Election Day fast approaching, President Donald Trump released his first policy road map for Native American communities on Oct. 20, roughly two weeks after Democratic candidate Joe Biden unveiled his own policy agenda for tribal nations.
Contending public officials in Seattle and elsewhere have failed to keep all citizens safe during ongoing racial injustice protests, a group of law enforcement unions announced Monday they’re pushing a statewide ballot initiative that would require Washington cities and counties to create and enforce detailed plans for regulating free-speech demonstrations.
BOISE – Federal prosecutors in North Carolina have accused three Boise residents of conspiring to illegally manufacture guns and gun parts before shipping the firearms to North Carolina and Pennsylvania.
BOISE – Several Idaho lawmakers appeared in an Idaho Freedom Foundation video published Tuesday in which they question the existence of the coronavirus pandemic and state that they will ignore any state or local emergency orders that they claim violate their rights.
At a march on Monday night, protesters unfurled a banner at Westlake Park.
Stolen motorcycles, drugs, large amounts of cash and a pistol were seized by Spokane Valley Sheriff’s Deputies and SWAT after they served a warrant Monday on a home in Spokane Valley.
OLYMPIA – Removing the mask mandate in North Idaho counties endangers Washington residents across the border, Gov. Jay Inslee said Tuesday.
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