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Mexico drug mansion auction

The mansion of Chinese-Mexican businessman Zhenli Ye Gon is seen during a media tour in Mexico City, Monday, July 30, 2019. The federal government said Monday it will hold an …


Riverfront Park eagle totem pole

The large colorful totem pole topped with an eagle’s outstretched wings that stood 40 feet tall on the island in the center of Riverfront Park has disappeared. It was donated …


Ponderosa Village development

The Ponderosa Village development in Spokane Valley is beginning to take shape with two new tenants, Hello Sugar and The Mix Hair Salon.


Hillyard neighborhood water distribution

The city is distributing bottles of water free to residents impacted by the contaminated water in the Hillyard neighborhood.


Clarizio & Click’s vintage trucks

For John Clarizio and Jerry Click, their vintage trucks are more than the sum of their parts, and they’re not the only ones recognizing this. Clarizio’s 1936 Ford Station Wagon …


Royal Fireworks Concert

Fireworks, ballet and speeches took center stage during the 38th Royal Fireworks Concert at Riverfront Park on Sunday, July 28, 2019. Music was played by the Royal Band, conducted by …


Duncan Garden summer flowers

Visitors can view the classical European Renaissance-style garden covering three acres at Manito Park.


James Bond 1965 Aston Martin DB5

The James Bond 1965 Aston Martin DB5 at Sotheby’s is one of just three surviving original examples commissioned, and fitted with MI6 Q specifications. It is estimated at $4 million …


Kinman Business University

CPA J.I. Kinman and a partner started teaching accounting and bookkeeping in 1917 and it became Kinman Business University in 1926. From the early 1930s until the late 1960s, the …


Norah Jones at Fox Theater

Norah Jones performs a sold-out concert at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Friday, July 26, 2019, in downtown Spokane.


2019 Julyamsh Powwow and Coeur d’Alene Tribal Encampment

Coeur d’Alene Tribal Encampment and Julyamsh Powwow at Kootenai County Fairgrounds is a three-day event.


Norah Jones at Fox Theater

Norah Jones performs a sold-out concert at Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Friday, July 26, 2019, in downtown Spokane.


Looff Carrousel celebrates National Carousel Day

Looff Carrousel celebrated National Carousel Day on Thursday, July 25, 2019. The historic carousel celebrated its 110th anniversary with $1 rides, face-painting was hosted by Shriners, and free cupcakes and …


Bobi Jo’s Miniatures and Dollhouses

For 20 years, Bobbi Jo has operated Bobi Jo’s Miniatures and Dollhouses. One customer called it “A dollhouse in a dollhouse.” She carries dollhouses and everything you need to furnish …


Spokane jouster champion of the world

Tieg Thornton of Spokane won first place in the jousting competition in the Lysts on the Lake, an international competition at the Village of Castleton in Austin, Texas.


2019 Summer STEM & Arts Camp

2019 Summer STEM & Arts Camp runs this week at Chase Middle School, Wednesday, July 24, 2019.


Spokane’s hottest neighborhoods

Realtor.com named Spokane the third-hottest housing market in the nation in April.


Lightning sparks fires across town

Fire crews mopped up dozens of fires on Tuesday, July 23, 2019, sparked by lightning and wind, like this structure fire at Gordon Avenue and Division Street in Spokane, Wash.


Local activist Alfredo LLamedo

For the past year, activist Alfredo LLamedo has lived two lives. Online and at protests, where he’s been a fixture for the better part of a decade, he’s his usual, …


Then and Now: Spokane’s first public library

The stately building at 10 S. Cedar St. was Spokane’s first public library, completed in 1905. Most of the funding came from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.


Then and Now: Spokane’s first public library

The stately building at 10 S. Cedar St. was Spokane’s first public library, completed in 1905. Most of the funding came from philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.


Hope House in Spokane

The current Volunteers of America-run Hope House exists at 111 W. 3rd Avenue in Spokane, WA as a shelter exclusively for anyone identifying as a woman or nonbinary individual. The …


Hutton Settlement’s Centennial Reunion and Community Event baseball game

Babe Ruth’s granddaughter, Linda Ruth Tosetti, participated in a generational baseball game that was a part of Hutton Settlement’s Centennial Reunion and Community Event, Saturday, July 20, 2019.


50th anniversary of first moon landing

Two Americans landed on the moon and explored its surface for some two hours in 1969, planting the first human footprints in its dusty soil. They raised their nation’s flag …


Puerto Rico governor under seige

In the Spanish colonial fortress that serves as his official residence, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello is under siege


WSU and Saturn V rocket

WSU research team helped develop systems that enabled Apollo launch, landing 50 years ago


Death toll 33 in Japan animation studio arson

The death toll reached 33 Thursday, July 18, 2019, after a suspected arson destroyed a four-story building housing Kyoto Animation. The studio, located south of the city of Kyoto Japan, …


Pedestrian underpass at Camp Easton on Lake Coeur d’Alene

The Inland Northwest Council, and Boy Scouts of America at Camp Easton on Lake Coeur d’Alene held a ribbon cutting on Thursday, July 18, 2019. The ceremony was held to …


New Spokane Regional Emergency Communications center

The new Spokane Regional Emergency Communications center celebrates its recent opening. Known as SREC, the new regional agency has met opposition from some City Council members and city employees.


Marshall Creek Estates proposal

A proposal to build 415 homes on undeveloped, forested land in southwest Spokane is making its way through City Hall, as its developer seeks permission to divide 83 acres of …