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2020 calendar highlights 80-year history of Spokane Valley Fire Department

The Spokane Valley Fire Department has put out a 2020 calendar full of historical photos and facts in honor of its 80th anniversary.


A ‘win for development’: Spokane County, city pursue tax revenue sharing in 3 areas

After talks were held up over disagreements on revenue sharing, Spokane County Commissioners agreed to split their share of the revenue from two public development authorities equally, and join the …


Cheney High construction project halfway there

Construction has become a way of life for students and staff at Cheney High School, with work on additions and improvements now in the second year.


Gardening: Recent heavy, wet snow downed trees and branches, stunted fall leaf colors

Don’t be a hero by trying to remove large or precariously balanced trees by yourself. Hire a reputable arborist even if it means waiting in line for them to get …


100 years ago in Spokane: Brisk business for Wobbly buttons after acquitals

The men and their attorneys did not dispute the fact that they had worn Wobbly buttons. They disputed that the Wobblies were antagonistic to the government or encouraged violent overthrow.


First ballots mailed for Spokane County general election Nov. 5

A total of about 330,000 ballots will be mailed to voters throughout Spokane County this week, ahead of a Nov. 5 election that will see several city hall, school board …


State, Spokane County struggle with far-reaching health impacts of domestic violence, homelessness

Washington state fell six spots in the 2019 America’s Health Rankings for Women and Children


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Spokane County Marriage licenses


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 10:43 p.m.

Air refueling squadron touches back down at Fairchild, will bring 400 new service members

“We are the center of excellence for air refueling, which essentially is the backbone of our global reach capability,” said Col. Gene Jacobus, vice commander of the 92nd Air Refueling …


SCRAPS investigating physical abuse of cat found near Logan Elementary School

The cat, named Achilles, suffered a dislocated pelvis and right hip after a witness said the cat was kicked by students in alleyway near the school.


Spokane Valley deputies arrest man who allegedly trespassed, showed person his buttocks

Spokane Valley deputies arrested a man who allegedly trespassed and showed his buttocks to a Hico Mart Laundromat employee Tuesday morning.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 8:43 p.m.

Search continues for SCC student missing since Oct. 8

Over a week after 17-year-old Sara McNease went missing from the Spokane Community College parking lot, police say they have no new information in the case while family continues search …


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 9:11 p.m.

Gordon Sondland, key figure in Trump inquiry, overseeing $1 million renovation of Brussels residence

Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the European Union and a central figure in the House impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, is overseeing a nearly $1 million renovation of …


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 10:20 p.m.

Two men on sex offender registry released in Spokane

Two sex offenders, classified as likely to reoffend, were released to supervised custody in Spokane this week. The sex offenders were both released from McNeil Island, a commitment center in …


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 6:39 p.m.

Sweet deluge: Treats are OK in candy season if balanced with nutrition, dental care

Between trick-or-treat fun and candy canes, kids aren’t likely to resist sweets this time of year. But there are tips for parents to help with better choices. Experts note the …


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 8 p.m.

Spokane police ombudsman concerned about ‘alarming’ change that could skirt use-of-force oversight

The chief watchdog of the Spokane Police Department raised a red flag on Tuesday about what he said is an “alarming,” crucial and unannounced change to how uses of force …


UPDATED: Thu., Oct. 17, 2019, 9:54 a.m.

Spokane County mental health court to offer weekly resource fairs

District Court Judge Aimee Maurer said the goal is “to reduce or eliminate barriers to participants’ success with their court-ordered requirements, and encourage a healthy and productive reintegration into the …


First-time candidates vie for Airway Heights City Council seat

Sarah Slater, a para-educator, faces Jennifer Morton, an assistant to Spokane’s mayor, in the race for a seat on the Airway Heights City Council.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 3:45 p.m.

SpaceX seeks permission to launch 30,000 more satellites

California-based SpaceX has requested permission from an international regulatory group to operate as many as 30,000 satellites at a specific frequency, power level and location in space.


Education notebook: Spokane Public Schools STEAM auction fundraiser will showcase student projects

The Spokane Public Schools Foundation will host a STEAM Powered Fundraiser Oct. 24.


Little Free Pantries popping up in northwest neighborhoods thanks to Caritas Outreach partnership

Little Free Libraries offer neighborhoods a way to nurture souls, and now Little Free Pantries offer a way to fill empty stomachs.


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Apollo is a very sweet, loving boy with lots of energy, the Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service said in a news release.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 3:34 p.m.

The FCC approves T-Mobile-Sprint deal in party-line vote

The Federal Communications Commission has approved the $26.5 billion combination of wireless carriers Sprint and T-Mobile on a 3-2 party-line vote.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 6:16 p.m.

Seattle-based Remitly opening second Washington office in downtown Spokane

Seattle-based Remitly, an online international money transfer company, is expanding to Spokane, with plans for a second Washington office in the Bennett Block building.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 2:10 p.m.

Prosecutors suspect man of illegally detaining Dutch family

Prosecutors said Wednesday they are charging a 58-year-old man arrested in connection with the discovery of a Dutch family who lived largely isolated from the outside world for nine years.


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 2:06 p.m.

9 dead as Guineans protest president’s bid to extend power

At least nine people have been killed in three days of protests in Guinea against the president’s bid to extend his time in power, while hospitals are overwhelmed with scores …


UPDATED: Wed., Oct. 16, 2019, 5:05 p.m.

Brexit talks close in on tentative deal before summit

The European Union and Britain inched ever closer to a Brexit deal, with the leaders of France and Germany saying they expected an agreement could be sealed at Thursday’s EU …


Trump rule may mean 1 million kids lose automatic free lunch

Nearly a million children could lose their automatic eligibility for free school lunches under a Trump administration proposal that would reduce the number of people who get food stamps.


Spanish government readies measures amid Catalonia violence

Spain’s government said Wednesday it would do whatever it takes to stamp out violence in Catalonia, where clashes between regional independence supporters and police have injured more than 200 people …


No classes, parents scramble as Chicago teacher strike looms

Parents and community groups are scrambling to prepare for an expected strike by Chicago teachers that prompted city officials to preemptively cancel Thursday’s classes in the nation’s third-largest school district.