Arrow-right Camera
The Spokesman-Review Newspaper
Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
Emma Epperly

Emma Epperly

Current Position: Reporter

Emma Epperly came to the Spokesman-Review in 2019 as an intern. She is a breaking news reporter for The Spokesman-Review.

All Stories

News >  Spokane

Sheriff’s office investigating suspicious death at Spokane Valley Rodeway Inn & Suites

The Spokane County Sheriff’s office is investigating the Nov. 7 suspicious death of a man at the Spokane Valley Rodeway Inn & Suites. Eric Andersen, 54, was found dead in his hotel room after a hotel manager called 911 around 1:45 p.m. to report Andersen for trespassing. The manager then called a second time to report Andersen was not breathing, according to court documents.
News >  Spokane

Anti-abortion activists meet opposition at EWU, Planned Parenthood

Two anti-abortion activists demonstrated at Eastern Washington University on Wednesday afternoon, about two weeks after a similar appearance prompted a counterprotest involving hundreds of students. In the evening, the same two men joined hundreds of other anti-abortion activists for the latest meeting of “The Church at Planned Parenthood,” a crowd that included state Rep. Matt Shea. Police and a small group of counterprotesters were also present.
News >  Spokane

‘Music is a healing essence’: Spokane youth, women’s choirs celebrates togetherness at concert

Spokane Area Youth Choirs are for children ages 7 to 18 and provide singers training in vocal technique, musical theory and music history. The organization, founded in 1987, practices at the oldest church in Spokane, Westminster Congregational Church. Their KPBX Kids’ Concert on Saturday with the Le Donne women’s choir followed Westminster’s 2019 theme of “open doors.”