New Fairchild Base commander focusing on the health of airmen and their families.
After a standoff that resulted in dozens of police cars on scene and a closure of several blocks of Division Street Tuesday night, police arrested a suspect they allegedly found with a loaded gun.
As Wednesday brings Spokane’s first hard frost and Friday brings an early snow, 16-year-old Blake Bro is spending all day blowing out sprinkler systems and completing his online schoolwork at night.
“So is this real?” Jeffrey Circus’ email began.
Guests at the Apple Tree Inn on Tuesday night heard police yelling to a group through a megaphone several times, “Get out with your hands up.”
If you've heard your vote could be voided if someone else uses your name and date of birth to request a replacement ballot, you should know it's highly unlikely.
Three men threw rocks at construction workers Monday, striking one in the head and causing life-threatening injuries, police say.
Three teens met Sunday for the oldest boy to sell the younger two a Puff Bar vape pen, but the transaction suddenly went bad – leaving the 19-year-old seller hospitalized with a gunshot wound to the chest, court documents say.
The Spokane Medical Examiner identified the victim of an Oct. 2 fatal stabbing near West Main Avenue and North Browne Street as 40-year-old Anthony Vornheder.
After law enforcement officers spotted a wanted man outside a hotel on Sunset Hill, police say he cut a hole in his hotel room wall to escape.
The Spokane City Council knew what the city would gain in affordable housing units by selling property to Catholic Charities.
In their only in-person debate of the election season, the congresswoman and her Democratic challenger sparred over the federal response to the coronavirus pandemic and wildfires. McMorris Rodgers also reiterated her desire for closer government regulation of social media based on perceived election year bias.
Multiple people, including a 4-year-old-child, were stabbed by a house guest Sunday morning. The suspect then led police on a car chase before eventually being arrested.
An inmate in Whitman County Jail told police earlier this month she found a body in a garage in Valleyford, just south of Spokane.
After wildfires spread through Washington in late summer, restrictions for outdoor recreational fires are set to be lifted Tuesday morning. Burn bans have been in effect since July 20.
Two young suspects were arrested Sunday in connection to a shooting on Spokane’s South Hill that left a 19-year-old man in serious condition.
Laboratories are working to meet a state-mandated turnaround time for medical kits testing for evidence of sexual assault and rape, but survivors still have to face the stigma and judgment that comes with being a victim of sexual crime, advocates say.
Distance learning has been tough on all students across the region, but those without a permanent shelter face additional challenges. Homeless students already are at greater risk of falling behind in class, and the pandemic has only heightened those concerns for educators and parents.
Intentional burning of underbrush and dead trees – “prescribed fire” to those who practice it – is increasingly regarded as the key tool in making combustible forests fire-resistant and heading off “megafires.” But the technique is rarely used in the West, and prescribed fire rates actually decreased in the Northwest over the past two decades, one study showed.
After Gail Gering didn't receive her ballot this month, she called the Spokane County Elections Office to find out why. Her story should urge all voters to be diligent about checking their registration status, and contact local election officials if they haven't received their ballot by the middle of this week.
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