Dog owners yearning for a permanent park on the South Hill have new reason for hope.
The Spokane Police Department has piloted two Teslas this year as the city looks to move toward an all-electric fleet of cars. The reviews are in, and they’re scathing.
If perception is reality, downtown Spokane is both a booming business district but riddled with crime, on the pandemic rebound but rife with homelessness and better than it’s ever been but the worst it’s been in years.
The Spokane City Council is poised to release a second round of American Rescue Plan funds into the community.
Two longtime affordable housing providers in Spokane have combined forces.
A nascent plan for a temporary homeless shelter in Hillyard was abandoned by Mayor Nadine Woodward on Monday amid fierce and rapid neighborhood opposition.
Daniel Ramos III was hoping the city could lure up to 100 volunteers to participate in this year’s tally of the region’s homeless population.
Amid dangerously cold temperatures, the city of Spokane is doubling the number of hotel rooms it offers to the homeless.
Winter isn’t over, and neither is the need for emergency homeless shelter.
Aiming to protect and rehabilitate the Spokane River and its tributaries, the Spokane City Council is mulling a proposal to restrict access to some sections of public land near the shoreline.
The viaduct beneath Browne Street is clean and clear of people camping since the city erected fencing along the sidewalks beneath the Browne Street viaduct earlier this month.
Spokane voters have steadfastly approved and renewed a levy to support emergency medical services since 1993.
The Spokane City Council approved a contract Monday to study the logistics and price of adding fluoride to Spokane’s water supply.
Biking down Riverside Avenue will soon be a breeze.
Driving over the two east Spokane roads will no longer be a brain-rattling rollercoaster ride.
Though the number still falls short of historic norms, police leaders are proud of the renewed interest shown in becoming a Spokane police officer.
A Spokane County native and longtime attorney will challenge incumbent Spokane County Prosecutor Larry Haskell from within his own party in the August primary.
Spokane County’s embattled prosecutor defended the integrity of his office Friday after concerns mounted over his wife’s racist social media posts, but some legal experts say the damage may already be done.
Former Spokane Mayor David Condon has been appointed as a civilian aide to the secretary of the Army.
The city of Spokane has installed chain link fencing along sidewalks under the Browne Street viaduct in an effort to deter downtown camping by people who are homeless.
When Spencer Gardner envisions the city of Spokane’s future, he points to its past. No, he doesn’t expect trolleys will once again zip city residents up the South Hill.
A week after he was censured for refusing to wear a mask, Spokane City Councilman Jonathan Bingle waded again into pandemic politics.
A normal bottle of high-alcohol hand sanitizer will burn away in just a couple of hours, but Daniel Rose knows how to fashion a container so that it provides about six hours of heat.
The proposals would require cities to allow housing, such as duplexes, triplexes and courtyard apartments, to be built on land currently zoned for single family homes.
Jewels Helping Hands is bringing its homeless outreach inside.