As if trips to the grocery store weren’t nerve-wracking enough, U.S. shoppers lately have seen the costs of meat, eggs and even potatoes soar as the coronavirus has disrupted processing plants and distribution networks
The shooting death of an unarmed autistic Palestinian man by Israeli forces is drawing angry condemnations from Arab residents and leaders and is further raising tensions in the region as Israel prepares to annex parts of the occupied West Bank.
On two straight nights of unruly protests, police officers retreated from their posts in some cities, while in others, they deployed batons, flash-bang grenades and tear gas to quell the unrest
Thousands of people gathered in downtown Seattle to protest the killing of George Floyd and a largely peaceful gathering turned rowdier Saturday afternoon, with police deploying flash bangs to disperse crowds.
Government leaders in the U.S. are warning that the massive protests following the police killing of a black man in Minneapolis could fuel a new surge in cases of the coronavirus
Severe thunderstorms are expected to roll through Eastern Washington and North Idaho on Saturday afternoon, bringing with them rain, strong winds, hail and, perhaps, tornadoes.
Even as Spokane County moves forward through Gov. Jay Inslee’s phased reopening plan, the Spokane Regional Health District is continuing its efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in homeless shelters.
A smooth-talking bunco artist nearly separated Corrado Fantozzi, 25, an Italian railroad worker, from his life savings.
While many salons have already re-opened with a limited capacity, or plan to resume business Monday, stylists say customers should expect changes and they may wait months for a haircut, and even longer to have their hair colored.
U.S. stocks erased losses and closed mostly higher after President Donald Trump stopped short of implementing draconian economic restrictions against China even as he blasted the country for its actions on the pandemic and in Hong Kong.
A week after Amazon announced that it is starting to hire for more than 2,000 positions at its new facility on the West Plains, the company announced plans to keep more than 8,800 employees it hired in Texas to help during the coronavirus pandemic.
Spokane’s court system will be hearing more cases as judges expand the dockets beginning Monday.
After space constraints forced it to turn people away from its family warming center, Catholic Charities opened a larger, temporary homeless shelter at Gonzaga Prep on Friday.
The salaries of Spokane City Council members and Mayor Nadine Woodward won’t budge in 2021.
The National Weather Service is forecasting near-record high temperatures in Spokane on Saturday, followed by the threat of severe thunderstorms in Central and Eastern Washington late Saturday afternoon and into the evening.
A combination of rebates and economic incentives could reduce water use in the city by up to 5% through 2030. But the plan doesn’t include greater regulatory steps, like increased base pricing for heavy users and irrigation restrictions that would help during drought conditions conservation representatives say.
Health officials reported 30 new cases of COVID-19 cases in Spokane County, the highest daily number of cases recorded since the pandemic began.
Washington agriculture officials announced Friday that the state has its first confirmed siting of the Asian giant hornet this year.
Renault plans to eliminate about 14,600 jobs worldwide and lower production capacity by almost a fifth in a move to dramatically reduce costs and outlast the downturn that has rocked the global auto industry.
U.S. merchandise trade in April slumped to the lowest level in a decade as the coronavirus pandemic curtailed demand and disrupted supply lines.
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