For those familiar with the Special Olympics in Washington, Jay Hughes was known as someone who would do whatever it took to raise money and awareness for amateur athletes.
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced city leaders to reinvent the Spokane region’s annual count of its unsheltered population.
OLYMPIA – The Washington State House of Representatives voted to extend Gov. Jay Inslee’s COVID-19 emergency orders, despite Republican objection to the length of the extension.
While Washington has some of the most liberal election laws in the nation when it comes to registering online and voting by mail, it has one provision that voting rights activists say ranks with some of the most restrictive states for banning one group of otherwise eligible residents.
In an ignominious retreat, losing Republican gubernatorial candidate Loren Culp has withdrawn his lawsuit against Secretary of State Kim Wyman alleging widespread election irregularities and fraud.
Witnesses told deputies a man became “irate” over grocery store employees’ requests that he wear a mask, ultimately attacking an employee with a glass bottle, according to a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office news release.
The family of Christopher Smith – who was robbed, shot and killed on New Year’s Eve in Spokane Valley – learned after his death he had purchased an engagement ring days before, according to the GoFundMe page setup by his future-sister-in-law.
A parade of more than 200 unemployed men marched through downtown to City Hall, demanding relief.
Spokane police arrested Glen Mitchell, 21, of Portland, on charges of blackmailing a Spokane couple by threatening to sully their daughter’s reputation.
Kristin O’Sullivan will serve as the next Spokane Municipal Court judge, Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward announced Friday.
Avista restored power to thousands more homes and businesses in the Inland Northwest but, by midday Friday, more than 25,000 were still without electricity 48 hours after a ferocious windstorm toppled trees across the Inland Northwest.
In 1985, police found the body of Marsi Belecz, 12, in a Spokane junkyard. She’d been raped, stabbed more than 25 times and her throat was cut.
Providing economic assistance to families and businesses, improving broadband internet access, reopening schools and allowing for more flexibility in childcare options are just a few of the broad set of recommendations released by a Senate special committee for economic recovery post-COVID.
The proposed capital gains tax was part of Inslee's budget proposals released in December. It would create a 9% tax on annual investment earnings of more than $25,000 for an individual and $50,000 for a married couple.
After Wednesday’s winds finally subsided, passers-by couldn’t help but gawk at the arboreal devastation in Comstock Park.
The Washington National Guard will send nearly 400 troops to Washington, D.C., this weekend to assist with security for President-Elect Joe Biden's inauguration
Dr. Melanie Sanborn, the mother of a young daughter, was a “remarkable” woman dedicated to healing children, her friends said Thursday.
The effects of Wednesday’s windstorm continued Thursday, with schools from Cheney to Coeur d’Alene canceled and thousands still without power.
A shortage of school bus drivers has prompted the Cheney School District to ask students to not take the bus if possible as well as change the start and end times of the school day as more and more students head back to the classroom.
The way out: Overcoming the shame and obsessive thinking of sexual addiction
A guy gets caught having sex with unknown men.