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Wildfire risk causes Red Flag Warning in Spokane; burn ban in effect today

The city of Spokane may experience lightning strikes and gusty winds from 6 p.m. Tuesday to 5 a.m. Wednesday, causing elevated wildfire conditions and a Red Flag warning, issued by …

UPDATED: Sat., May 11, 2019

Despite slow start from cold spring, area farmers markets kick off season

In a weedy field near the downtown core, Tim Pellow set up his vegetable stand for the year’s first Spokane Farmers’ Market. “It’s going to be a slow start with …

State officials say it would cost millions to keep the Naches fish hatchery open. The hatchery manager say that’s “bogus.”

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife budget director Nate Pamplin told media this week the need for “a fairly significant capital investment” played a role in the decision to close …

What stores are open on Thanksgiving and Black Friday?

The turkey may still be brining, but this year’s holiday discounts have already begun.

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It all started with a 30-day challenge. Nick Murto and his son were reading fitness giant Tony Horton’s latest book when they settled on the plan. They would try to …