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Getting There: Northwest Spokane City Council candidates talk Monroe, Five Mile and other needed street repairs

City Councilwoman Karen Stratton and her opponent in the November election, Andy Rathbun, both say there are roads in the northwest part of town that need attention from City Hall. …

UPDATED: Sat., Aug. 10, 2019

Man shot, hospitalized after domestic dispute in north Spokane on Friday night, police say

A man was hospitalized in critical condition on Saturday morning after he was shot Friday night in North Spokane.

UPDATED: Thu., Jan. 24, 2019

Man shot by police ID’d, draws attention of NAACP

The man who was shot and killed by police Wednesday night in north Spokane has been identified as Dwight Delando Steward, 46, according to the Spokane County Medical Examiner.

UPDATED: Fri., April 13, 2018

Search underway for woman who fell off falls in Snohomish County

The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is searching for a 22-year-old Monroe woman who fell over the falls at Cedar Ponds Lake and couldn’t be found.

UPDATED: Tue., Dec. 19, 2017

Lincoln and Monroe work gets final approval after city shaves $103,000 from cost estimate

The final price tag for the two-year project that repaired utilities and repaved a 10-block stretch of the downtown couplet was lowered after some concern from the City Council they …

Tornado causes some damage north of Seattle

A tornado caused damage in a small town north of Seattle, including the toppling of recreational vehicles.

Toxic chemical levels causes school closure in Monroe

MONROE, Wash. – Concerns about a toxic chemical caused part of an alternative high school in Monroe to close. KOMO-TV reported that part of Sky Valley Education Center closed on …

Appeals court: Spokane can’t exempt veterans or poor seniors from street tax

The City of Spokane’s attempt not to raise taxes on roughly 4,700 property owners who are elderly and disabled military veterans was shot down by a divided Court of Appeals …