A complaint filed with the Public Disclosure Commission alleges that the firefighters union, which has poured funding behind efforts in opposition to mayoral candidate Nadine Woodward, failed to account for the source of some $60,000 in contributions to its political action committee this summer.
City Councilwoman Karen Stratton and her opponent in the November election, Andy Rathbun, both say there are roads in the northwest part of town that need attention from City Hall. They offered their opinions on road diets and what should be done to alleviate heavy traffic in the rapidly growing reaches of the Five Mile area.
Named for a pharmaceutical warehouse built on the corner of Sprague and Howard in the 1890s, the Chemical Block was home to several businesses before being demolished in 1960 to build a parking garage for a nearby bank.
Jewell Marie McDonald and Helen Fay Wilkinson were ordered to return to Spokane from Los Angeles. They were believed to be involved in the slaying of Spokane real estate man W.H. McNutt.
The event, now in its 30th year, is a fundraiser for the temple in the South Perry district. Organizers hope to build on the food event by introducing hungry visitors to their mix of traditional Japanese and western religious practices.
Robert Lee Yates is known to have murdered at least 13 women sex workers in the Lilac City. And while many had the good fortune of never meeting him, his presence was still an overwhelming threat. A menace that eventually led to the creation of Spokane’s premier homeless shelter for women, Hope House on Third Avenue.
Fritz Wolff, the scion of a multibillion-dollar real estate empire founded in Spokane Valley 70 years ago by his grandfather, is spending his personal wealth in a way not seen before in Spokane to influence city elections, throwing his weight behind conservative causes and candidates including mayoral hopeful Nadine Woodward.
From Border Patrol to Boise, here’s a deeper look into some of the oft-discussed topics of debate.
A Washington State University study on the effects of legalizing marijuana turned up unintended consequences, found gaps in the data and came up with suggestions for law enforcement agencies.
Dr. J.W. Prosper, a high school football referee from Tekoa, swore out arrest warrants against a Cheney High School fullback and the school’s “yell leader.”
How did a species that didn’t exist in the Inland Northwest less than a lifetime ago, and was on the verge of extinction throughout the continent, become so ubiquitous? The answer starts thousands of years ago. In Mexico.
Trump drops plan to hold next Group of Seven meeting at his Doral golf resort after scathing criticism
The impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump has thrust Washington into a political crisis, and Trump keeps adding to the chaos.
Newly released surveillance footage from the Parkrose High School gun scare in May shows Keanon Lowe, a security guard and coach at the Portland school, disarming, embracing and comforting the distraught student who brought a loaded shotgun into a classroom.
In the picturesque mountains of north Georgia, an unassuming roadside building is now ground zero in the search for Bigfoot
A war monitor says Turkish-backed Syrian fighters crossed the border from Turkey and attacked a Kurdish-held town amid continued fighting nearly two days after a cease-fire was declared in northeast Syria
A massive gunbattle in the Mexican city of Culiacan was shocking for the openness of government capitulation as it forced the release of a drug kingpin’s son, and the brazenness of gunmen in machine-gun mounted armored trucks
A past critic of executive orders, Trump has exceeded Obama’s numbers each year of his presidency
Lt. Col. Cindy Dawson is the new commander of the reactivated 97th Air Refueling Squadron at Fairchild Air Force Base, the largest wing of KC-135 Stratotankers in the world.
Spokane County Health Officer Bob Lutz said both enzyme deficiency-related conditions are rare, but an early diagnosis can greatly affect a patient’s trajectory.