The lines have been drawn.
Police arrested a Gonzaga law student Tuesday who is accused of sending threatening emails to several students and the dean of the law school in 2019.
If you're in the market for a bike, you might have to wait a while.
Meteorologists expect temperatures about 18 degrees above normal for this time of year this week, leading up to a predicted high of about 76 downtown Sunday, said Miranda Coté, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service in Spokane.
A fire at an abandoned church near Kehoe park was quickly doused by firefighters Tuesday afternoon.
An online survey that drew more than 7,700 participants indicates heavy public support for a proposal to build a new sports stadium downtown instead of in northwest Spokane.
Mike Petersen, a longtime conservation advocate and executive director of the Lands Council, was fired by the board of directors March 5.
A man convicted of killing a Seattle teacher nearly three decades ago pleaded guilty to manslaughter last week for killing his Spokane Valley girlfriend.
Scofflaws beware: Spokane’s parking enforcement officers may soon quietly whir through city streets on electric power.
At least two residents of a 32-unit Spokane apartment complex were displaced Sunday by a fire caused by a candle placed “too close to combustibles,” according to the Spokane Fire Department.
A 5-year-old girl wounded in a Sunday afternoon attack that left her mother dead remains hospitalized in Spokane.
A water main break opened up a hole in the road early Monday morning at East 18th Avenue and South Grand Boulevard next to Manito Park.
A 16-year-old suspected gang member pleaded guilty in the drive-by killing of 15-year-old Norvell Amos last fall.
Typically, December through March is the off-season for roofers – a time to rest, train and prepare for the next roofing season. This year, that was not the case locally.
The current end date for the project is 2029, but Spokane legislators are hoping for an acceleration of that timeline, if new transportation funds pass in the state Legislature this year.
Tija Danzig, a senior manager in the city’s Community Housing and Human Services Department, left the city to accept a job at the nonprofit Americares, leaving a hole in a department that already had a reputation for being heavily relied upon by the city.
As one of many new brick-and-mortar outlets, the first Spokane store opened in 1930 at 906 W. Main Ave. The bright, white modern building with a central tower in art deco style contrasted with the stodgy brick department stores that came before.
The attractions included several elaborate exhibits, including Newman Lake's display, titled, “An Old Timer’s Camp at Honeymoon Bay.”
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The new cases brings Spokane County's two-week case rate to 222 per 100,000 residents, according to the health district. The health district reported 30 people were hospitalized Sunday due to COVID-19.
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