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Chicago police released without charges two Nigerian brothers arrested on suspicion of assaulting “Empire” actor Jussie Smollett and said they have new evidence to investigate as a result of questioning them.
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett told police that two men seemed to know who he was before they beat him, shouted racial and homophobic slurs, and looped a rope around his neck during an early-morning attack in Chicago, according to a recently released police report.
“Empire” actor Jussie Smollett said Friday that he has been “consistent on every level” with the police during their investigation into what he says was a racist and homophobic attack on him in downtown Chicago earlier this week.
A cast member on the hit television show “Empire” alleged he was physically attacked by men in Chicago who shouted racial and homophobic slurs, police said Tuesday.
The Millwood Community Association and Inland Empire Paper Co. are teaming up to host the annual Millwood Christmas tree lighting ceremony and community events Friday beginning at 6 p.m.
A new Starbucks is coming to Spokane, in a former credit union drive through on the west end of downtown, according to city permit data.
Empire Eye Physicians is planning a new clinic in Spokane Valley.
Wagstaff Inc., a Spokane Valley manufacturer, is one of three finalists for Washington’s employer of the year.
Coeur d’Alene sometimes makes it look easy, piling up lopsided wins, league titles and deep state playoff runs.
On the concrete floor of Inland Empire Paper sat a 1,500-pound bale of waste paper ready to be recycled into new paper. The bale came from a modern single-stream recycling system that takes mixed-up recyclable materials collected at the curb and sorts them out by product.
Coeur d’Alene is 5-0 and its strength of schedule is off the charts. The third-ranked Vikings’ latest conquest was perhaps their sweetest, a decisive 42-20 victory Friday over No. 1-ranked Highland at Viking Field in a rematch of the 2017 state championship game won by the Rams.
Coeur d’Alene had all sorts of reasons to look past Eisenhower on Friday night.The visitors from Yakima were without starting senior quarterback Drew Kornegay. The Vikings have a huge showdown next week against top-ranked Highland. And it was Coeur d’Alene’s homecoming.
Soil acidification is killing crops at a slow but increasing rate in Eastern Washington. It’s a long-term problem that’s caused by adding nitrogen to the soil to increase crop yield.
Post Falls rallied from a two-touchdown deficit in the final 6 minutes only to watch the visiting Titans march 80 yards in about 45 seconds for the game-winning touchdown in a 43-37 victory.
About the only thing that slowed Coeur d’Alene’s offense was Coeur d’Alene’s offense. But that didn’t derail the Vikings, who beat Gonzaga Prep at home 28-14.
New Sandpoint football coach Ryan Knowles was busy after a recent practice placing decals on helmets. “I’m going to go paint the field when I’m done,” he said.
Kale Edwards connected with Colbey Nosworthy on an 8-yard touchdown pass with 57.9 seconds left and visiting Coeur d’Alene beat Rigby 29-26 after trailing by 19 in the third quarter.
Sometimes good things happen when trees come crashing down in a garden. Such is the case for Russ and Sara Weaver-Lundberg.
The Good Roads Association proposed a sweeping $30 million plan to build permanent hard-surfaced roads all over the state.
When the Spokane Empire ceased operations after the 2017 season, head coach Adam Shackleford thought his 35-year streak of involvement in football was coming to an end. He had held nearly every title – player, assistant coach, personnel director, offensive coordinator, head coach – but he wondered if it was time to stay on the sideline with his family firmly settled in Spokane.