Both Lime and the Bigelows say they have been in contact, and that the couple is happy with how the company has handled the incident so far.
A judge on Friday set an Oct. 7 trial date for accused Freeman High School shooter Caleb Sharpe, but the defense attorney indicated that the trial is likely not to occur in two months.
The district horticultural inspector was pleading with orchardists to “keep your wormy apples out of the Spokane River,” the Spokane Daily Chronicle reported.
The city of Spokane will consider selling five parcels of city-owned property to facilitate the development of 96 units of affordable housing under a partnership between Gonzaga University, Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington and other local nonprofits.
As people dashed up the stairs at Cup of Cool Water Monday night and reached the Christian nonprofit that serves youths who are homeless in downtown Spokane, the first thing many of them did was stop and say “hi” to Marie, pat her on the head and give her a scratch or even a hug.
The Salmon Cannon, born in the apple fields of Eastern Washington, is a key component of the Colville Confederated Tribes’ plans to reintroduce salmon to the Upper Columbia River and, eventually, the Spokane River.
While an expanding list of rules have contributed to a number of family home providers going out of business, one particular area of the new Washington Administrative Code regulations has providers even more concerned: education requirements that could send many providers back to school over the next five years.
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In response to concerns Spokane City Council President Ben Stuckart expressed Wednesday about discrimination against the LGBT community at a new city-funded shelter, the Salvation Army said it doesn’t discriminate based on gender or sexuality and accused the mayoral candidate of pandering to his base.
Two men from St. Maries, Idaho, who were hit by a detached semi-truck trailer on Wednesday remained hospitalized in critical condition on Thursday.
Police arrested three people on suspicion of burglary and robbery after two of them allegedly forced their way into a residence, demanded money, were rebuffed and threatened to come “back with the Russians,” according to the Spokane Police Department.
A Spokane man who is serving life in prison after his third serious crime shouldn’t have his sentenced reduced because he committed a previous crime as a young adult, the Washington Supreme Court ruled Thursday.
Police arrested a man for allegedly firing a gun at two Lime scooter riders who had just crashed their scooters in Riverfront Park early Thursday.
Massive combines have begun transforming much of the Palouse from waving fields of wheat into vast expanses of stubble. But the farmers cutting that crop are currently selling the grain at or below what it costs them to produce it.
Artimus, a red and brindle-colored hound-mixed breed dog, is available for adoption at the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service.
It’s amazing how a fresh coat of paint and updated décor improves a home’s entryway.
Gardens don’t happen overnight
The goal of Somebody Needs You is to match donors with the specific requests of needy Spokane residents
When Amelia Clark, the new administrator for the Spokane Regional Health District, compares Spokane and her home state of Indiana, the landscape differs, but the problems are similar.
Some are referees. Others are umpires. Still more go by (something) judge. Some are casually referred to as zebras while others are simply “Blue.”