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China ponders public morality after video of gruesome death

Even as China presents itself outwardly as a prosperous rising power, around kitchen tables and in private groups, Chinese citizens routinely grumble about a nation that’s gone bankrupt when it …


UPDATED: Wed., Jan. 23, 2013, 5:43 p.m.

Slippery roads lead to rash of Inland NW crashes

Late afternoon snow and sleet set the stage for a string of traffic collisions as drivers tried to make their way home tonight. Freezing rain was also falling at times.


Icy roads slipping up drivers

Black ice from overnight rain and cold morning temperatures is triggering multiple crashes in the Spokane area this morning.


Brake failure leads to blind man’s death, friend says

A Spokane man was killed early Sunday when a commercial-style bus malfunctioned and ran him over, police said.


Accidents snarl eastbound I-90 on West Plains

A series of traffic accidents this afternoon stopped eastbound traffic on Interstate 90 at the Medical Lake interchange, authorities said.


Motorcyclist killed on U.S. 95

A 47-year-old Spokane man was killed Monday when his motorcycle struck a guardrail on U.S. Highway 195 just north of Rosalia, according to the Washington State Patrol. Paul E. Ganoung …


Spokane region accidents cause death, injuries

Law enforcement officers and medics responded to three accidents in the Spokane area today, including a fatal accident involving a motorcyclist south of the city.


Liberty Lake collision slows traffic

A three-vehicle accident in Liberty Lake this morning was blocking westbound traffic on Appleway, and was one of several accident across the region this morning.


Vehicle occupant trapped in Post Falls accident

Post Falls police and fire crews have responded to Mullan Avenue and Idaho Street where a rollover injury accident apparently has trapped a vehicle occupant.


‘Unbearable’ odor was marijuana

After several weeks, a strange odor finally became “unbearable” for a Liberty Lake apartment dweller who called the Spokane Valley Fire Department for help. Assistant Fire Marshal Bill Clifford said …