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UPDATED: Fri., Jan. 12, 2018

Skating ribbon fire pits doused amid concerns visitors were too close to flames

Three rustic, gas-fed fire pits ringing the new skating ribbon in Riverfront Park have been shut off by order of the Spokane fire marshal, over concerns visitors were putting their …

UPDATED: Sat., Feb. 18, 2017

Fire marshal clarifies occupancy limit at McMorris Rodgers’ Spokane office

The two-person limit on visitors to Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers’ office applies only to the public waiting space at the front of the suite, Spokane Fire Marshal Mike Miller said …

Rapist’s South Hill rental property fixed up, listed for sale

Six months after the fire marshal temporarily shut down a rental property owned by convicted rapist Arlin Jordin, neighbors, tenants and inspectors say his house on the lower South Hill …

Eye on Boise: Otter cautious about potential conflicts of interest

There was an odd moment late in last week’s Land Board meeting, when the board had gone through a consultant’s recommendations on how to better manage the state endowment’s land …

Rural North Idaho, Montana bar fires spark questions

Six bars in mostly remote towns in the Inland Northwest have been destroyed by fire in the past 10 months, but there’s no interstate fire reporting system in place that …

Illegal firework starts small house fire

An ill-aimed Roman candle is to blame for a small fire at a nearby house on Wednesday afternoon, authorities say. No one was injured. About 4 p.m., a group was …

Spokane County lifts burn ban

Burn bans have been lifted in Spokane Valley, Liberty Lake, Millwood and unincorporated Spokane County.

MLK day care may reopen

The Martin Luther King Jr. Family Outreach Center may reopen for business today after being shut down for violating state fire codes. The center, at 845 S. Sherman St., was …