After a struggle last Friday, Spokane Valley deputies took a “disorderly and reportedly armed” man into custody.
Washington Emergency Management announced via Twitter on Thursday that 911 lines were down across the state, although they were operational again within minutes.
Ever since a woman reported a man had tried to kidnap her and her son at Fred Meyer last week, Spokane Valley Detectives have sought for the perpetrator, who was arrested Wednesday evening in Liberty Lake.
Protesters are planning to demonstrate at a Spokane County Sheriff’s Office training session Tuesday that’s been under scrutiny for months.
The court, which voted 6-3 against Reykdal, released its written opinion in a case involving challenger Maia Espinoza's statement that Reykdal championed a policy that teaches "sexual positions to 4th graders."
Spokane police are investigating a body found in the river not from a vehicle found earlier this week down a steep embankment in Riverside State Park.
A Clarkston business owner has been indicted on federal charges of bribing a Bureau of Indian Affairs official to gain access to confidential information that gave him an unfair advantage when bidding for government contracts.
Walter Scott, 15 months, takes his responsibilities seriously. When you’re the junior feline in the family and in charge of entertainment, mischief and cuddles, it’s a full-time job and then some. Knowing that, Thor, the senior tabby in the clan, keeps a scornful eye on him.
Two weeks ago, we were basking in 70- and 80-degree weather. Sunday morning, we are predicted to have a low of around 20 degrees and a high of 36. Welcome to fall weather in the Inland Northwest. The weather service is forecasting a La Nina winter, which means it will be colder and wetter than average.
Gabby Dansereau has spent the past several years advocating for domestic violence awareness by running the nonprofit Stop the Silence with her aunt. Her work has earned her the 2020 YWCA Young Woman of Achievement Award.
A road trip to a cemetery inspired Jenny and John Rose’s pandemic project. Toward the end of March when everything was shut down, the couple decided a Sunday drive might lift their spirits. “We drove to Chewelah and visited my dad’s grave at St. Mary’s Cemetery,” Jenny said.
Local fire departments, including the Spokane Valley Fire Department, on Monday lifted the burn ban that has been in effect for weeks due to the reduced risk of fire. That means people can again roast marshmallows over backyard fires and make s’mores. Burning trash, yard waste and construction debris, however, continues to be illegal.
After a remarkably warm first half of October, fall-like weather has asserted itself in the Inland Northwest. What's more, we should even get a shot of wintry conditions this weekend.
Spokane will get a taste of the especially cold and snowy winter ahead starting Friday.
Stephen Seymour’s girlfriend reportedly had a broken nose, bruising on her face and multiple cuts when police arrested him.
Washington's COVID-19 Immigrant Relief Fund began taking applications Wednesday for requests from some workers who don't qualify for other federal stimulus programs.
Washington could be headed for record turnout in the Nov. 3 election, with as many as nine of 10 registered voters casting ballots.
Fentanly seizures in Eastern Washington have increased nearly 200% this year, federal law enforcement officials said Wednesday. Pills are being sold on Spokane's streets with lethal dosages of the synthetic opioid that follow prescription painkillers and heroin as the next major, dangerous obstacle in the nation's effort to reduce overdose deaths.
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 on Tuesday night, police arrested a suspect they allegedly found with a loaded gun.
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