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City closes Post Street bridge to motor vehicles after structural analysis; bikes and pedestrians OK

The city of Spokane on Friday closed the Post Street bridge to all motor vehicles, citing a structural analysis which found the aging span can’t safely hold that much weight. …


Then and Now: Falls City Building

Businessman W.G. Willis bought the southwest corner of Post Street and Riverside Avenue from pioneer land developers A.M. Cannon and J.J. Browne in 1886. He began building the three-story Falls …


Nearly 2 dozen murals giving Garland business district an art vibe

The Garland business district is quickly becoming the mural capital of Spokane.


UPDATED: Thu., July 20, 2017

Man injured by jumping from second floor of burning home in good condition

A man who was injured after jumping out of a burning home late Tuesday night was released the same night and is in good condition, Spokane Fire Chief Brian Shaeffer …


UPDATED: Thu., Feb. 9, 2017

Man found dead outside Carlyle Care Center

A man was found dead on the sidewalk outside the Carlyle Care Center at 206 S. Post St. Thursday evening.


100 years ago in Spokane: Multiple workers presumed dead when framework collapses during bridge construction

Tragedy struck at the Post Street bridge construction project when the “falsework” – temporary framework – collapsed, sending up to 30 workers into the icy torrent.


BNSF workers repair, replace track on main lines

A rail gang of three dozen workers moved through Spokane last week, repairing and replacing track on BNSF Railway’s main lines as part of a $125 million investment in the …


High-tech meters get new test

They’re back. High-tech Seattle-style parking meters were installed Wednesday along four blocks of downtown Spokane and in a city-owned parking lot next to City Hall as part of an experiment.