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Past articles by Kelley:

Why some people get evacuation warnings and others won't during wildfire season

As a historic drought impacts the Inland Northwest, evacuations have expanded past the traditional rural, woodland areas. → Read More

Spokane Police arrest a 49-time convicted felon on multiple felony charges

The caller said the suspect was outside of their house in the 1500 block of W. Sharpe Avenue. → Read More

Here are all the medals won at the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics on Sunday

On Sunday, Jaleen Roberts took home a silver medal in the Women's Long Jump event. → Read More

5 people were arrested in connection to an attempted robbery and shooting in downtown Spokane

While police were on their way to the scene they were notified that a man had been shot in the parking lot while others left the area. → Read More

Protest and rally against new COVID-19 vaccine mandates

The crowd first met at the Spokane Arena and the protestors then marched toward Sacred Heart Medical Center. → Read More

Thousands in Spokane Valley will lose power on Monday to protect ospreys, prevent long-term outages

Vera Water and Power said it's important to remove the ospreys and their nest in Spokane Valley. → Read More

Hospitals across Inland Northwest revise visitor policies as COVID-19 cases surge

New visitor guidelines for Providence in Spokane and Stevens counties and Kootenai Health go into effect Thursday. → Read More

Temporary cooling centers in Spokane now open as temperatures climb

Cooling centers opened Wednesday and will operate everyday as long as temperatures are above 95 degrees from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. → Read More

Terrain's Bazaar features artists and vendors from across the Inland Northwest

Terrain's Bazaar is coming back on August 7 from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. after not being able to have their event last year due to the pandemic. → Read More

Some Inland Northwest hospitals at or near capacity amid COVID-19 surge

In North Idaho's Panhandle Health District, 96% of those hospitalized for COVID-19 are unvaccinated. → Read More

Spokane resident receives Emmy nomination for Outstanding Comedy Series

Horstead is being recognized for his writing on a show called Black-ish where he received a nomination in the Outstanding Comedy Series category. → Read More

Restaurant Week is coming back to the Inland Northwest: Here's where you can grab a meal

There will be 54 restaurants that are participating in the Spokane and Coeur d’Alene area. → Read More

Longhorn Barbecue sends meals to crews combating wildfire across the Inland Northwest

Both the Airway Heights and Spokane Valley locations are working around the clock to prepare and send out meals for the firefighters. → Read More

Spokane Police are searching for a missing 79-year-old man

McMorris suffers from dementia and Alzheimer's, according to his family. → Read More

One dead and two injured after a shooting at a Spokane Valley bar

After deputies arrived, additional gunshots were heard a short distance away from the bar. → Read More

WSU wide receiver Renard Bell will not return to field in 2021

In a tweet from Bell, he explained that he completely tore his ACL and has already received surgery for the injury. → Read More

Rui Hachimura waves Japanese flag in Olympic Opening Ceremony

This will be Hachimura's first time participating in the Olympics. → Read More

Winthrop air quality second-worst in US, Spokane enters 'Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups' status

Winthrop reached the "Unhealthy" status and is 100 AQI points behind Paradise, CA. → Read More

Live theatre is back: Here's how you can catch a show

The Spokane Valley Summer Theatre is just over a week away from being back with a new musical. → Read More

60 positions to fill for the Spokane County Interstate Fair

Those interested in applying can visit the job fair on Wednesday, July 28th from 3:00- 7:00 p.m. → Read More