Spokane County had 59 new confirmed COVID-19 cases Friday, raising the total case count to 1,544, according to the Spokane Regional Health District.
When Jamie Stacy gets together with her family Saturday on the Fourth of July, there won’t be much talk of the document that was approved on that day in 1776.
Clayton Whalen, 13, made a classic firecracker mistake.
Gov. Jay Inslee announced that businesses must enforce the statewide mask requirement, by not serving customers who are not wearing them.
Kerry Wiltzius ”always wanted to keep moving,” her youngest daughter, Kati Norman, said Wednesday.
Spokane Regional Health District Health Officer Bob Lutz issued an order Thursday to isolate a COVID-19-positive man in Spokane County Jail after he refused orders to self-isolate, according to a news release from the county.
Spokane homeless shelters say a proposed federal rule change limiting protections for transgender guests will not alter how they operate.
The Salvation Army of Spokane kicked off its annual drive to provide area children with school supplies for the upcoming year Wednesday, with a drive-through twist for supply distribution in August.
The city of Spokane’s Human Rights Commission affirmed its recommendation that Anwar Peace, an advocate for police accountability, be appointed to a three-year term on Wednesday, despite an active restraining order against him.
A pair of kayakers found themselves in trouble and called the Spokane Valley Fire Department recently to help.
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Hval family would go the extra mile to be with twin grandsons
These past two weeks have been wonderful for wildlife watching in our neighborhood. Driving home the other evening, I saw my first mama deer with her fawn in tow. Usually we have at least one doe who has her fawn in our field. Mama will then leave them there hidden in the grass while she goes off to eat. We’ve surprised several hidden fawns over the years.
A small fishing lure company in Newman Lake struggled to stay afloat when orders dried up during the early stages of the pandemic, but orders have started to come in since fishing reopened.
Jerry and Trudy Jones celebrated their 58th wedding anniversary this year.
At the beginning of the year, a new nonprofit organization was formed to serve the children of Millwood by offering after-school activities and mentoring. All that came to a halt in March when the pandemic hit, and the organization has instead shifted to bringing food to people in need.
People looking for lush foliage for their yards have a new option, Hero Greens Nursery in Colbert.
With firework celebrations scaled back or canceled this Fourth of July, the first full moon of summer 2020 will brighten the skies over Washington state.
When the time came for Judy Smith to transition her husband, Chuck Smith, to hospice care with COVID-19, she asked his doctor, Dr. Camtu Thai, what she would do if Chuck were her family member.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said this week he won’t cancel a controversial “Killology” police training session planned later this year even as public backlash against it continues to mount.
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