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Scofflaws beware: Spokane’s parking enforcement officers may soon quietly whir through city streets on electric power.
The Spokane City Council signaled its support Monday for the city’s summer aquatics program, the viability of which has been hampered by the pandemic.
Tija Danzig, a senior manager in the city’s Community Housing and Human Services Department, left the city to accept a job at the nonprofit Americares, leaving a hole in a department that already had a reputation for being heavily relied upon by the city.
After months of stalemate, the city is nearly ready to commission a study of fluoridating its water supply.
The number of laps Spokane swimmers complete this summer may come down to two factors: personal stamina and financial support from the Spokane City Council.
When Marlene Feist joined the city of Spokane, the woman who is now her boss, Mayor Nadine Woodward, was still a nightly news anchor for KREM.
Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward joined more than 100 of the nation’s mayors this week in requesting the federal government allocate vaccines directly to cities.
There is near-unanimous consent that Spokane’s former city flag had to go, but now the search for consensus on a new design begins.
Each Spokane Public Library branch will soon display a formal acknowledgment that it stands on the ancestral lands of the Spokane Tribe of Indians.
The Spokane Police Department has won a second grant to bolster its review of evidence in sexual assault cases.
The Spokane City Council will soon decide who will provide ambulance service for people in Spokane, and how much each ride will cost.
That extension would likely come with some new measures intended to get riders to use and park the scooters and bikes properly, officials said.
Spokane City Councilwoman Lori Kinnear has waited more than four years for the city to staff an Office of Civil Rights.
Mayor Nadine Woodward has hired a top official from the city of San Diego to serve as Spokane’s next city administrator.
Six of the city’s top elected officials will come together for a virtual forum on Wednesday to discuss women in leadership.
City leaders agree that electric vehicles are the future of Spokane’s fleet, but have been at odds over how quickly to get there.
More than two centuries after the first white settlers descended on what is now Eastern Washington, city of Spokane leaders have formally recognized its original inhabitants.
Mayor Nadine Woodward delivered a State of the City address on Wednesday that highlighted the city’s pandemic response and laid out an optimistic vision for its recovery.
Mayor Nadine Woodward will deliver her second State of the City address on Wednesday, but her first since the arrival of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Spokane City Council is preparing to vote on a nearly $10 million special budget item to fund the retroactive raises included in the Spokane Police Guild’s new labor agreement.