The city wants everyone to know: Nowhere in American can compete with Spokane's love of basketball and hoops accolades.
A man was found Monday morning with life-threatening injuries at the Spokane Intermodal Center, police said.
A fire at an Airway Heights apartment complex left nine people displaced early Monday morning.
Two months after activating the ramp meters, as these lights are known, the Washington State Department of Transportation is planning to increase their use.
Spokane County is sending $287,000 in federal coronavirus assistance money to Salvation Army as part of a $1.8 million renovation of the Mission Avenue homeless shelter.
Local nonprofits are coordinating fundraising efforts to help feed homeless and at-risk youth at several food truck events this summer.
S.S. Murphy claimed that he "did not drink enough to make anyone drunk and am convinced that I was not drunk.”
In March, a woman miscarried in a Spokane hotel. Police investigated. They searched her room, told her they’d meet her at the hospital and found it suspicious when she did not show up. They filed a search warrant in hopes of finding her.
The reviews were in for Al Jolson’s “Sinbad” at the Auditorium Theater – and they were rapturous.
Brewer, a lifelong Spokane resident, served stints on the Spokane City Council, Spokane Plan Commission, Spokane County Air Pollution Control Authority and Spokane Transit Authority. Later in life, he became a booster for his neighborhood, founding the Hillyard Heritage Museum Society.
When Dale Briese thinks about the past four decades, several binaries come to mind.
A wildfire estimated at 35 to 40 acres burned a few miles north of Fairchild Air Force Base and spurred evacuation warnings before firefighters put it out Saturday evening.
A fire at an apartment building in Veradale rendered seven apartments unlivable and displaced 17 people Friday after a propane barbecue caught fire, officials said.
The biggest star in the nation, Al Jolson, arrived in Spokane to perform two nights of his gigantic Broadway hit, “Sinbad.”
The definition of “convenience” is in the eye of the ticket holder. A ticket to see Death Cab for Cutie in concert at Riverfront Park’s U.S. Pavilion this summer will cost a Ben Gibbard fan $49.50 – before fees.
City officials say they're worried about loss of tax revenue if the raceway becomes tribal trust land.
It’s what elected officials have described as a “once-in-a-lifetime” opportunity.
Spokane police are sifting through the results of hundreds of previously untested sexual assault kits in an effort to close cold cases. Now they have a phone line and email address to help survivors reach them about their cases.
Almost on cue with the record-high heat smothering Spokane, the city announced plans to reopen splash pads this summer.
Volunteers from Spokane County Search & Rescue stepped in to aid in the search for a missing hiker in Skagit County, according to a news release from the Spokane County Sheriff’s Office.
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