updated Patricia Sponheim, known as "Piano Pat,” who entertained crowds at a Tiki bar in downtown Great Falls for more than 50 years, has died.
Deputies have arrested a suspect in the killing of a 15-year-old University High School student outside his family’s Spokane Valley apartment March 29.
WASHINGTON – When Sen. Patty Murray first got to Congress in 1993, one of a then-unprecedented seven women in the 100-member Senate, her colleagues weren’t interested in talking about child care.
A shooting at an eastern Idaho middle school Thursday injured two students and a custodian, and a student was taken into custody, authorities said.
The Spokane County Medical Examiner hasn’t yet determined what killed Edwin “G Notes” Geter, whose body was found in the Spokane River on April 13, but his friend Bo Blunt doesn’t believe it could be suicide.
Vaccination efforts in Washington state have reached a turning point with providers getting innovative, sometimes with incentives, to make the vaccine as convenient as possible to community members.
Rio Antonio Mirabal faces a single count of malicious damage caused by fire to a building, handed down by a grand jury in Spokane on Wednesday. Mirabal is being held in Spokane County Jail in lieu of a $350,000 bond on state arson and malicious mischief charges.
Eastern Washington University will not require proof of COVID-19 vaccinations for the coming fall quarter, Interim President David May announced Thursday.
Patricia Sponheim, known as "Piano Pat,” who entertained crowds at a Tiki bar in downtown Great Falls for more than 50 years, has died.
Mark Starr was driving in downtown Spokane when he noticed a group of gulls had left their mark on the Looff Carrousel building in Riverfront Park.
BOISE — Idaho lawmakers have started their waiting game to see whether Republican Gov. Brad Little vetoes any of the more than 30 bills that remained unsigned when the House and Senate went into recess late Wednesday.
Members of rival gangs were believed to be involved in the drive-by shooting at NorthTown Mall last week that left one teen dead and sent two other teens to jail.
The largest public employees union in Spokane is suing the city over a new law that requires collective bargaining be conducted in open view.
Women’s Hearth will temporarily serve as an overnight shelter for young adults.
I don’t like change.
Years ago, when I worked in a local nursery in between other jobs, one of the most common plants people came looking for was a “small tree.”
More than a dozen members of Freeman High School’s Future Business Leaders of America spent Saturday morning participating in an Adopt-A-Highway cleanup project.
The Liberty Lake Rotary Club has cancelled its annual Memorial Day breakfast fundraiser for the second year in a row, but worked to find an alternative way to raise money for Inland Northwest Honor Flight.
WASHINGTON – A feud broke out Wednesday between Northwest Republicans in Congress after public records revealed Idaho Rep. Mike Simpson coordinated with Oregon’s Democratic governor before unveiling his proposal to restore salmon runs by breaching dams on the lower Snake River.
Cass and Rick Johnson both love to build.
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