Caroline Rourke, #kxly 4 News

Caroline Rourke

#kxly 4 News

Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Caroline:

A closer look at crime in downtown Spokane

A video posted by a Spokane mayoral candidate sparked a discussion about safety in downtown Spokane. → Read More

A closer look: Domestic violence in Spokane County

A new report, compiled by the Spokane Regional Health District and the Women Helping Women Fund, said that the rate of domestic violence offenses in Spokane County is 10.4 per 1,000 people. → Read More

Downtown business owner frustrated by break-in

A man damaged the bathroom at Nectar Catering and Events in downtown Spokane on Thursday night, prompting the business' owner to speak out. → Read More

Working 4 You: The cost of child care in Spokane County

According to a report from the Women Helping Women Fund and the Spokane Regional Health District, Spokane parents are paying more for childcare than federal guidelines recommend. → Read More

'State of Women and Children' report signifies shift in focus for Women Helping Women Fund

A report put out by the Women Helping Women Fund and the Spokane Regional Health District assessed the lives of women and children through the lenses of poverty, health, education and safety. → Read More

Mother's Day spending expected to hit record $25 billion

American shoppers are expected to spend a record $25 million on Mother's Day gifts in 2019. → Read More

Second Harvest's 'Mobile Market' provides food, unites community

The Airway Heights Walmart parking lot turned into a food distribution center on Tuesday. → Read More

Working 4 You: Preparing your 'Home Ignition Zone' for wildfire season

As you rid your yard of leftover winter debris, take teps to prepare it for wildfire season. → Read More

Neighbor of stabbing victim said she feared for safety

The neighbor of a woman stabbed by her estranged husband said she had taken precautions for her safety. → Read More

Mistrial declared during testimony in Spokane man's murder case

On the second day of testimony, a judge declared a mistrial in the murder trial of John A. Radavich. → Read More

Inslee talks climate, clean energy at WSU event

Washington governor and 2020 hopeful Jay Inslee visited WSU on Wednesday to discuss clean energy. → Read More

On the issues: Homelessness a common concern for mayoral candidates, community members

Every candidate that has announced a campaign for mayor includes homelessness in their platform. → Read More

Forecast Focus for March 7

Things are looking pretty good for the coming weekend and into next week. We may see some more light snow on Tuesday though. → Read More

Avista begins installation of smart meters at historic Millwood home

Over the next year and a half, Avista will install 400,000 smart electric meters and natural gas modules. → Read More

Former Meals on Wheels employee charged with wire fraud

A former bookkeeper for Greater Spokane County Meals on Wheels has charged in federal court for wire fraud. Prosecutors say she used money meant for the organization on herself. → Read More

Local agencies keep close eye on measles outbreak

43 cases of measles have been confirmed in western Washington, 42 in Clark County and one in King County. → Read More

School electives a popular change at Progress Elementary

For Progress Elementary students, Thursday is the best day of the school week. → Read More

Detective discusses investigation that led to arrest of rape suspect

Detective Kevin Richey explains the investigation into sex crime allegations against Jessica Cunnington. The 27-year-old has been charged with child rape, child molestation and sexual exploitation of a minor. → Read More

Spokane woman charged with raping 3-year-old girl


Spokane residents to cast vote on property tax levy

Special elections ballots are in mailboxes across the city this week and on them is a major decision about city safety. → Read More