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Ag series: Cherries

Washington’s farmers have made the state the nation’s top cherry producer, but their work isn’t easy. In the fields, the tempermental fruit can easily be destroyed by adverse weather; in …


Hillyard Hi-Jinx Parade 2018

The Hillyard neighborhood turned out Saturday for the Hi-Jinx Parade, an event that has continued, albeit under different names, for 107 years.


Pawsitive Dog program at Airway Heights Corrections Center

The Spokane Human Society is working with Airway Hieghts Corrections Center on training dogs with the help of some inmates. For 10 weeks the dogs will be with inmages 24-7 …


50th Art on the Green

This is the 50th year for Art on the Green. The original Coeur d’Alene Arts Festival supports artists, arts education, and community projects.


Republican leaders reject Allsup

Republican leaders continued to distance themselves from white nationalist James Allsup on Thursday, saying the Spokane County GOP chairwoman made an error in judgment when she introduced Allsup during a …


Cool Beans Coffee

Cool Beans Coffee, a popular coffee stand on the South Hill, is opening a brick and mortar cafe in Spokane Valley.


50th Art on the Green

This is the 50th year for Art on the Green. The original Coeur d’Alene Arts Festival supports artists, arts education, and community projects.


Seattle’s renovated Space Needle

The recently completed, $100 million renovation of the 605-foot-tall structure included replacing some floors and walls with structural glass that opened-up views of the three legs below.


‘Fire whirl’ brings critical conditions in Northern California

Firefighters battling deadly and destructive blazes in Northern California faced worsening weather conditions on Friday after a record-breaking fire tornado last week.


Hot weather around the world

Rising temperatures have people looking for ways to cool off this summer.


Apple becomes first trillion-dollar company

The milestone marks the financial fruit of stylish technology that has redefined society since two mavericks named Steve started the company 42 years ago.


Black Hawk helicopters support regional firefighting

Two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters arrive at Fairchild Air Force Base on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, to support regional firefighting efforts.


Black Hawk helicopters support regional firefighting

Two UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters arrive at Fairchild Air Force Base on Wednesday, Aug. 1, 2018, to support regional firefighting efforts.


Presumed Korean War dead return to US soil

In an emotional and solemn ceremony, the remains of dozens of presumed casualties from the Korean War were we escorted by military honor guards onto U.S. soil on Wednesday, 65 …


Ice cream trucks in Spokane

First, you hear the sound. Even if you don’t want ice cream, you know ice cream is nearby, a block or so away. If it gets louder, you may run …


Spokane heat wave

There is an excessive heat warning in effect until Tuesday for most of Eastern Washington calling for close to record breaking temperatures.


Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea

Six huge sea-life sculptures from a project called Washed Ashore: Art to Save the Sea, is viewed at the Audubon Aquarium of the Americas in New Orleans.


5th Annual Superhero day at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital

Pet visitation dogs dressed as superheroes participate in the Pet Partners dog parade as part of Superheros Day, Tuesday, July 31, 2018, at Providence Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital. Children patients …


Then and Now: Northern Pacific Railroad

Spokane once bragged of four transcontinental rail lines went through Spokane. But Northern Pacific was the first, connecting in 1883 in Gold Creek, Montana with a spike driven by President …


Pints and Politics with Gov. Jay Inslee

Olympia bureau political reporter Jim Camden moderates a conversation with Washington State Governor Jay Inslee in front of a sold out crowd at a Pints and Politics event at the …


Protesters at Cathy McMorris Rodgers fundraiser

Protesters target GOP backlash to Russia probe at Devin Nunes fundraiser for Cathy McMorris Rodgers


Ride the Bases

Nearly 100 motorcycles and riders paticipated in the Ride the Bases to benefit the Rypien Foundation, Sunday, July 29, 2018, at Avista Stadium before the Spokane Indians played the Hillsboro …


California wilfire claims more lives

The death count from a Northern California wildfire rose to five Saturday after two young children and their great-grandmother who had been unaccounted for were confirmed dead.


Spokane Indians Home Run for Life

On Friday night, the Indians are doing a special tribute for Caitie and Joe Hepner who spent the last 41 days in the children’s hospital with their 2 lb newborn, …


Complete lunar eclipse, longest of this century

Skywatchers around much of the world have begun watching a complete lunar eclipse that is the longest of this century. The so-called “blood moon,” when it turns a deep red, …


Spokane Indians Home Run for Life

On Friday night, the Indians are doing a special tribute for Caitie and Joe Hepner who spent the last 41 days in the children’s hospital with their 2 lb newborn, …


GU/ SPS Summer Language Program and Native American Studies

GU /SPS Language Program and Native American Studies held a celebration on July 27, 2018 in Gonzaga University’s Hemmingson Ballroom.


Carr wildfire in California

An explosive wildfire that roared with little warning into a Northern California city claimed a second life and thousands more people abandoned their homes, some of them slipping out just …


Evergreen Fountains expansion

Evergreen Fountains, a senior living facility in Spokane Valley, recently completed an $8 million expansion that includes a 61,700 square foot residential building that includes apartments and cottages, a skywalk …


Asotin County dam break

An illegal dam in Asotin County failed in April 2017, wiping out trees and vegetation, moving boulders, damaging a state highway and destroying a bridge that had been the only …