The Spokane City Council swiftly overrode Mayor David Condon’s veto of a law that will regulate the loaning of city employees and property to outside agencies.
The micro-surfacing of Spokane’s roads begins in a major way this week.
Lakeland Village facility fails federal review, must correct problems before taking new residents.
The Spokane County Interstate Fair broke records again, surpassing 200,000 ticket sales for the second time in as many years.
After more than three years as CEO of Greater Spokane Incorporated, Todd Mielke announced he’s resigning from the organization effective Tuesday to pursue “other professional opportunities.”
State and local health officials confirmed two cases of severe lung disease in Spokane that are linked to vaping.
The complaint filed Friday alleges Stratton violated several portions of the city’s ethical code prohibiting city officials from using public resources to further their own financial interests. The councilwoman said the timing of the complaint, after a letter she wrote last summer had been shared publicly in conservative circles online, indicates it is politically motivated and that she hasn’t benefited financially from the action.
Alfredo LLamedo, an activist who often spoke out against Spokane City Hall, died Sunday after a long illness.
A comfort dog named Marie has received more than 2,000 hours of training and is just shy of a month on the job, but complaints of its aggressive behavior at the Spokane County Interstate Fair this week have raised concerns from handlers, who say the setbacks of one dog can have a ripple effect – and that jeopardizes the safety of the people that rely on them.
Wendy Williams-Gilbert knows a thing or two about rural health care, and in her role at the WSU College of Nursing, she works with students every day to ensure they get the training necessary to work in rural communities.
Michigan Circuit Court Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who sentenced the doctor at the center of the USA Gymnastics sex-abuse scandal, is coming to Spokane to speak about domestic violence. “It’s long been held that this is a family problem, and people don’t want to interfere,” she said. “The fact is, we do need to interfere. We need to protect people who cannot protect themselves.”
A director is hired to film a movie in Spokane’s Minnehaha Park; Former President Taft plans lecture at Lewis and Clark High School
Route 4 doesn’t sound like much. It doesn’t have the historic ring of Route 66, or the descriptive and alliterative nature of the Central City Line. But Route 4 is a sign of things to come in Spokane.
From drinking water to electricity generation to Expo ‘74, the south channel of Spokane River has fed the region’s growth and boasts a history of prominent names in development, including James Glover and Washington Water Power. Now the channel is surrounded by a redesigned Riverfront Park.
Mutton Bustin’ may not be bull riding, but that clearly didn’t matterto the roaring crowds and child contestants hoping for a chance at sheep riding glory at the Spokane County Interstate Fair. The shows ran four times daily except for Sunday, and were close to full each time, with between 30 and 36 children registered.
A fire at a marijuana growing warehouse has been deemed accidental but the specific cause remains unknown, a Spokane Valley Fire Department spokesman said Sunday.
Lila Cline learned her family was a multigenerational Spokane criminal enterprise that is among the most notorious in the region’s history.
Spokane had two high schools — North Central and Lewis and Clark — and a third high school was now in the planning stages.
The actor best known for his starring role in the “Lethal Weapon” movie series joined a co-chair of Bernie Sanders’ presidential campaign Saturday evening at a regional NAACP conference at Northern Quest Resort & Casino.
Kira Bates, 19, has raised a lot of animals. One of her favorites is a 6-month-old Nigerian dwarf goat named Koala Bear. “I’ve had champions before, but they were ones that I bought,” she said. “This is the first that I bred myself.”