Spokane was preparing for the visit of U.S. Vice President Thomas R. Marshall, en route to Glacier National Park.
For algebra teacher Joanna O’Neill, there’s nothing more satisfying than eliminating a variable.
After stepping down as president of Eastern Washington University, Mary Cullinan will continue receiving a president’s salary and living in the president’s house on the Cheney campus for six weeks while helping the school transition to new leadership.
More than 90 patients are receiving treatment for COVID-19 in the Inland Northwest, including patients in Coeur d'Alene at Kootenai Health.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich and the local chapter of the NAACP announced Wednesday they signed a memorandum of understanding last year to address racial equity.
About 15 acres in the woods off of state Highway 231 south of Springdale burned Tuesday but was quickly contained, according to Stevens County Fire District 1.
Spokane authorities arrested 10 men suspected of being delegates to a secret regional convention of Wobblies in Spokane.
Messages sponsored by the John Birch Society questioning the efficacy of masks to stop the novel coronavirus, which ran counter to the recommendations of health officials, were taken down this week after backlash from the community. The decision to allow them up in the first place angered some members of Spokane Community Against Racism, which had three of their billboard designs drawing attention to police brutality and racial inequality rejected outright previously by the advertising firm.
Fire departments across Spokane County adopted aggressive masking and quarantine strategies early in the coronavirus pandemic. Now, as cases continue to spike among the general public, first responders are crediting those policies for keeping their crews safe, even as they encounter dangerous situations.
Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers is headed toward a matchup against Democrat Dave Wilson in the November election.
The annual live music and food festival will not take place in 2020 because of concerns about the pandemic, organizers announced Tuesday.
Spokane County Commissioner Josh Kerns and his mother were threatened by an unidentified man while sign waving on the sidewalk in north Spokane Monday.
Democrat Tom McGarry appears poised to challenge incumbent Republican State Rep. Jenny Graham for a seat representing District 6 in the state House of Representatives.
The first night of results show voters in the 4th Legislative District still support Republicans who have aligned themselves with controversial state Rep. Matt Shea over moderate challengers.
A Democrat is almost guaranteed to be Washington’s next lieutenant governor.
A 22-year-old man from Spokane was arrested Monday and accused of killing a man last month in the Nevada Heights neighborhood in north Spokane.
Idaho Republican Sen. Jim Risch, who chairs the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, unveiled sweeping legislation July 22 that aims to counter China's trade practices and military build-up, invest in U.S. competitiveness, and bolster alliances and international organizations.
Coeur d’Alene Public Schools is hoping to get the green light to return the classroom this fall.
Seven Spokane County residents died from COVID-19 over the weekend, bringing the total number of residents who have died to 66.
When Spokane’s K-12 students began learning from home, it seemed simple enough for Yamiselis Verdecia, a mother of three.
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