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Three golfers hope to reopen the Painted Hills driving range this spring after a brief false start this winter. The driving range has been closed for around seven years and the public will be able to use the driving range until Painted Hills is developed.
Residents of a home near North Sargent Road and East Valleyway Avenue called 911 after waking up to the smell of smoke on Thursday morning.
After a two-year gap, the Spokane Valley Fire Department has welcomed a new chaplain to the ranks, the Rev. Aaron McNally. McNally, an experienced chaplain, also has the distinction of being a volunteer firefighter.
Spokane Valley Deputies received multiple reports of a street fight and disruptive man blocking traffic on Pines Road on Tuesday afternoon.
Rene Moya and his wife, Yumi Moya, are livin’ la Lumpia Loca. Running their small business Lumpia Loca – it is just the two of them – specializing in Filipino fare favorites lumpia and pancit can certainly be described as crazy from the start.
An early morning car crash Saturday left the driver of the vehicle dead and his three passengers severely injured.
The City of Spokane Valley recently demolished an old horse arena located at Valley Mission Park and is seeking ideas from the public to decide what the city should build in its stead.
Two people were injured in an apartment fire battled by crews from the Spokane Valley Fire Department on Sept. 28 and a teenage girl was arrested at the scene by Spokane County Sheriff’s Deputies on suspicion that she set the fire.
A kitchen fire Tuesday night at Krispy Kreme in Spokane Valley left the business with minor damage.
Burlington Stores Inc. is opening its first store in Spokane Valley next week, the company announced Tuesday.
Three residents of a home that caught fire north of Millwood early Monday escaped without injury.
Backyard fires and cooking fires kept crews from the Spokane Valley Fire Department busy the week of Sept. 21-27, but it was a leaking gas can that caused the most issues.
The Historic Museum of Flight will honor Spokane and Kootenai County's first responders by flying them across the Inland Northwest Saturday.
Spokane Valley City Council has voted to allocate the last of it's CARES funds to small business grants, non profits and food assistance.
A teenager faces attempted murder charges after she admitted to setting fire to her family’s apartment in Spokane Valley.
Spokane Valley traffic engineers are eying a pair of projects intended to reduce traffic congestion at at-grade rail crossings: one where Barker Road meets Trent and Wellesley avenues, and a second at the intersection of Trent and Pines Road.
Electric scooters and bikes will now be allowed on the Appleway and Centennial Trails in Spokane Valley, as long as there operated at safe speeds.
Though Spokane Valley residents won't be able to celebrate the annual Valleyfest fall festival as they normally, they will have several options to celebrate from home or visit participating neighborhoods to see how others are decorating.
Spokane Valley City Council voted Tuesday night to move forward on purchasing a 45-acre parcel on the Spokane River which could be turned into a park.
False fire alarms and reports of fires that could not be found during what was largely a smoky, hazy week kept Spokane Valley Fire Department crews busy the week of Sept. 14-20.