A 39-year-old man is facing multiple felony charges after trying to elude police in a stolen delivery truck, according to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office.
The person who was shot and later died as a result of a drive-by shooting near NorthTown Mall last week has been identified as Kash Amos, 19.
The perennials gathered Saturday, as the 45th running of Bloomsday kicked off. The virtual race will run through next weekend.
Mike Allen has launched a voter initiative that would amend the City Charter to cap the salaries of Spokane City Council members at the city’s median household income. It's just the latest development in an ongoing debate about whether serving on the panel should be a full- or part-time job.
If infrastructure broke apart East Central in the past, however, local leaders are hoping that new infrastructure projects can help stitch it back together.
For the second year in a row, the council has declined a proposal to change zoning in a small slice of the Southgate neighborhood that would allow for multifamily housing development, leaving it available only for single-family housing.
Although there were wood-frame buildings on the corner before the great fire of 1889, the lots west of the 1910 Realty Building, which is now the Delaney Apartments, and the corner were rebuilt with single-story brick storefront buildings housing cafes, taverns, auto tire repair shops, laundries, a hat cleaning service and one of Spokane’s first pet stores.
“For a town of this size to maintain a high-class stock company throughout the season, when other cities much larger are being deprived of this sort of entertainment, is a distinction highly creditable to Spokane,” said E. Forrest Taylor, the new leading man of the Woodward Players, Spokane’s resident theater company.
It was immaculate Bloomsday weather on Sunday. But the atmosphere for the footrace celebrating its 45th year wasn’t quite right. The streets were too quiet, the crowds too small.“It’s still Bloomsday,” runner Allison Tapp said. “It’s just not quite the same without 40,000 people.”
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Sunday's case total brings the number of people infected with the virus to 42,294 since the pandemic began, and continues a trend of increasing illness and hospitalizations since Spokane County moved into Phase 3 of reopening along with the rest of the state in March.
The building used by Spokane Falls Community College’s photography program dates back more than 90 years ago as the dispensary for Fort George Wright.
William McGunagle answered the phone singing “hello” Friday afternoon.
It was a tearful day in court Friday as Candy Fealy’s family told the court about the “four years of hell on earth” that came after her then-boyfriend Darrell Cloud beat her so badly she was left paralyzed with a debilitating brain injury.
Prospects for a downtown sports stadium got a major boost Friday as the Spokane Public Facilities District, which would maintain the site, agreed to sweeten a deal with Spokane Public Schools.
Christy Young shook her head and let out an audible sigh while clutching a photo of her daughter Makayla Young as the man who murdered her pleaded guilty in a Spokane County Courtroom Friday morning.
Police arrested a juvenile in connection with a fatal drive-by shooting near NorthTown Mall Thursday night .
In January 2019, a Libyan-born Portland comedian said he was traveling through Spokane on a bus ride home when U.S. Border Patrol agents wrongfully detained and interrogated him about his immigration status.
A return to Phase 2 could cause significant financial pain for some restaurants and businesses.
Deputies found Anthony Plumb, 58, dead from a stab wound in a motor home in Spokane Valley last Friday, according to court documents.
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