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University High school spirit

Every Thursday morning a group of students gather at front of University High and greet other students with rousing cheers and random commercial jingles. They also gather two and three …

Heart art downtown

Painted hearts are scattered around Spokane’s downtown, part of a fundraiser by the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Inland Northwest.

Halloween parade at Ramsey Magnet School of Science in Coeur d’Alene

Ramsey Magnet School of Science in Coeur d’Alene holds a Halloween parade.

Stories from the morgue of The Spokesman-Review,

In the morgue of The Spokesman-Review, a windowless, dark and rarely-visited room in the basement of the Review Tower, eyes of Spokanites long dead stare out from yellowing paper, and …

Migrant caravan demands transport as 2nd group enters Mexico

The migrant caravan slowly advancing through southern Mexico is demanding the Mexican government help its 4,000 participants reach Mexico City even as a smaller group of Central Americans entered the …

Candlelight vigil honoring victims of the Tree of Life synagogue attack in Pittsburgh

Hundreds of community members gathered Tuesday evening at Temple Beth Shalom on the South Hill for a candlelight vigil honoring victims of the Tree of Life synagogue attack in Pittsburgh.

Pittsburgh survivors recall ordeal

Survivors began offering harrowing accounts of the mass shooting.

Then and now: Washington Street Bridge

Early bridges across the various channels of the Spokane River were made of wood, then steel and, eventually, concrete or stone. And when the Great Northern Railroad depot opened on …

Pre-Advanced Placement

Pre-Advanced Placement, a pilot program that prepares freshmen for the rigors of AP courses.

Deadly Pittsburgh synagogue attack

Police are reporting a suspect is in custody after a shooting that caused “multiple casualties” at a Pittsburgh synagogue on Saturday.

54th annual Mt. Spokane Ski Patrol Ski Swap

The 54th annual Mt. Spokane Ski Patrol Ski Swap is this weekend at the Spokane County Fair and Expo Center.

EWU’s new Pence Student Union building

Eastern Campus opens their new student union building. The building has been shut down since December 2016 for major renovation after ASEWU student government and EWU leaders approved a plan …

Pence Union Building

Eastern Washington University’s new union, the Pence Union Building, opened Friday.

Super Typhoon Yutu

Some images from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration show the moment the eye of Super Typhoon Yutu passed directly over Tinian Island, one of three main islands of the …

Explosive devices

Investigators probing crude pipe bombs sent to prominent critics of President Donald Trump are trying to determine whether the devices were intended to detonate or simply to sow fear, law …

Candlelight vigil for Lauren McCluskey

Friends and family of Lauren McCluskey gather at Pullman High School’s track to remember McCluskey on Wednesday.

32nd annual swan roundup in Florida

The 32nd annual roundup catches all the swans on the Lake Morton in Lakeland, Florida, places them into holding pens, so that they can be given checkups by Companion Animal …

Fall color on Manito Boulevard

All the leaves have turned on Manito Boulevard in Spokane.

4th Legislative District Debate

Candidates for the two House positions representing the 4th Legislative District shared vastly different views on health care, organized labor, immigration and other issues during a pair of debates Tuesday …

KC-135 Stratotanker new nose landing gear door lock

U.S. Air Force Tech Sgt. Shane Roberge has created a nose landing gear door lock that helps prevent damage to the KC-135 Stratotanker, which could save the Air Force at …

Gov. Jay Inslee tours University Gateway Bridge

Gov. Jay Inslee tours the University Gateway Bridge.

Then and now: National Hotel

In the early 1900s, to house the many single men and women flocking to fill many new jobs, dozens of SRO – single residence occupancy – hotels were erected downtown.

In Oregon, a community responds to imprisonment of migrants

Norm and Kathy Daviess stood in the shade of a prison wall topped with coiled razor wire, waiting for three immigrants to come out. It’s become an oddly familiar routine, …

El Nino gives Inland Northwest break from severe winter

The National Weather Service says the Inland Northwest could get a break from severe winter weather this upcoming season due to a weak to moderate El Nino expected in the …

Green Bluff 2018

Boys and Girls Club of Spokane County

Proposed changes to the state’s overtime rules could affect local employers, including nonprofits like Boys and Girls Club of Spokane County.

Benefit concert for Eddie Daniels III

Tributes to Eddie Daniels are seen at Healing Hands Ministries during an Oct. 21 benefit concert for Eddie Daniels III, who died during a shooting downtown last Wednesday. Daniels was …

Community School’s “My Vote, My Voice”

“My Vote, My Voice,” a special event to engage students in the important act of voting. is an integrated project with three components: Why Vote?, Understanding Issues in the Upcoming …

Greenbluff Fall Harvest Festival

People flocked to the Greenbluff Fall Harvest Festival over the course of a sunny October weekend.

ESPN College GameDay in Pullman

ESPN College GameDay in Pullman