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UPDATED: Fri., Feb. 15, 2019, 8:39 a.m.

Deputies respond to threats made to Spokane County plow driver for second day in a row

For two days in a row, Spokane County snowplow drivers have been threatened by residents angry about snow berms in their driveways.

Spokane Valley offers snow removal updates on its Twitter account

Spokane Valley has opened a Twitter account in an effort to get snow removal updates out to residents quicker. The city’s Twitter handle is @CityofSV To find out when a …

Spokane residents complain about plowing, but many don’t follow even-odd parking rules

When Spokane city officials announced a

City crews work to clear snow from streets before next storm arrives Monday

Snow shovels and snowblowers got a workout Saturday morning after residents in Eastern Washington and North Idaho awoke to a fresh blanket of snow.

Brown’s Addition will be plowed Tuesday, Wednesday

The city of Spokane plans to plow Browne’s Addition on Tuesday and Wednesday, which will require residents to remove all vehicles off the streets.

Ignoring plow rules could result in $30 fine

The first declared snow emergency of the winter in Spokane brings with it a new weapon in the city’s ability to enforce its winter storm parking rules: $30 parking tickets. …

City declares snow emergency

City street officials declared a Stage 1 Snow Emergency this morning, a move that put more city crews on the street and creates parking restrictions.