Spokane Mayor C.M. Fassett made a bold – and wrong – prediction when he said the city and county governments would some day be combined.
Spokane Valley was poised for growth last year with its balanced budget, new city hall and infrastructure projects – and now those efforts are showing.
A federal lawsuit alleging that the Kootenai County Sheriff Ben Wolfinger orchestrated the firing of a captain in retaliation for informing the county about the misuse of drug forfeiture money could soon be moving to a settlement conference, according to court filings this week.
Most freshmen college basketball players just want to get into the game. Sophomores want to score. Juniors want to start. And seniors simply want to win. Especially the seniors on the Gonzaga women’s basketball team.
It wasn’t just members of the Islamic religion who listened to prayer and a memorial service Friday night in Spokane, as individuals from a range of backgrounds gathered to honor the 50 victims of a shooting at multiple New Zealand mosques last week.
A proposal to expand existing sanctuary state rules in Washington is advancing in the state Legislature.
Any good conspiracy theory is only strengthened by attempts to disprove it. So no one can fault Jimmy Kimmel for doubling down when confronted with evidence that Gonzaga University does, indeed, exist.
Federal judge rejects death penalty appeals by convicted killer Joseph Duncan.
Ryan Thompson wrestled for NIC from 1996 to 1998, a school spokesman confirmed Friday.
Gonzaga University was celebrating a basketball championship in 1919 – although not exactly on a national scale.
Officer Michael S. Welch is accused of assaulting his girlfriend and nearly running her over while drunkenly backing his car out of a driveway on March 9.
The meeting, organized by the Spokane Community Against Racism, will take place Monday evening at Morning Star Missionary Baptist Church.
Citing a high number of needles in public bathrooms, the Spokane Public Library has installed blue lights in the downtown men’s bathroom, which make it more difficult for drug users to see veins and inject.
The Center for Justice’s new executive director, Dainen Penta, is the center’s first person of color as its leader, and he’s “looking at things through a race equity lens,” said board president Paul Dillon.
As the truTV cameras panned to the end of the court as the second half of the Gonzaga game was about to begin Thursday night, the Fairleigh Dickenson mascot, a blue-headed horse named Nitro, was shown sitting with his back against a March Madness sign.
Real estate company opens new office on South Hill John L. Scott Real Estate has announced an addition to their group of company-owned offices.
The Department of Justice announced Thursday the award of nearly $700,000 to the Kalispel Tribe of Indians as part of grant to help victims of human trafficking.
A developer’s plan to build more than 60 homes near a flood plain at Bigelow Gulch and Forker roads has some Spokane Valley residents concerned that it will increase flooding in their neighborhood.
Both chambers of the Washington Legislature have passed laws that would create a state system for licensing hemp production. The long-outlawed cousin of marijuana hasn’t taken off in the Evergreen State, but legal marijuana producers could look to diversify with the crop that is at the heart of the recent boom in CBD products.
Each fall and winter, I’m blessed to use the home of snowbird friends as a writing retreat. When they left Spokane in September, they left behind a new member of the household – Rosie the iRobot Roomba.
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