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Past articles by Taylor:

#happylife: Get the most bang for your buck when you go school supply shopping

A new survey from Promocodes.com found on average per child, parents will spend $221.24 on supplies this year, with junior year being the most expensive at $272.82 per child. It can get expensive in a hurry, so 4 News Now went shopping to give you an idea of what you can expect this summer. → Read More

Downtown business closes its doors, citing concerns over location, safety

It's a bittersweet ending for Froyo Earth's first shop in Spokane. → Read More

Judge to decide Tuesday if admitted Freeman shooter will be charged as an adult

Judge Michael Price will decide Tuesday whether admitted Freeman school shooter Caleb Sharpe will be tried as an adult. → Read More

Riverfront Park revamp: Spokane Park Board puts price tags on donor opportunities

The center of Spokane's history is getting a facelift for the future. → Read More

Man arrested for murder in N. Spokane was awaiting trial on firearms charge

The man arrested for the drive-by shooting murder of a woman in north Spokane over the weekend was out on bail, awaiting criminal charges in another case. → Read More

Families of men shot and killed by law enforcement demand answers at protest

Exactly six months ago Sunday, Spokane Police shot and killed David Novak on his front lawn, only to recover a baseball bat at the scene and no gun. Determined to keep his memory alive, David's family marches in front of the Spokane County Courthouse on the seventh of every month, demanding the body camera footage from that night be released. → Read More

Woman starts petition against release of sexually violent predators to Spokane

As it stands now, the City of Spokane and Spokane County have no authority to change zoning restrictions surrounding the Lincoln House, which is home to 11 sex offenders. There has to be new legislation at the state level for something to change. With that in mind, Takiesia Beck started a petition. → Read More

Mayor, police chief voice concern over panhandling

While honoring two non-profits for their work during the winter, Mayor David Condon and Spokane Police Chief Craig Meidl reaffirmed their mission to stop panhandling, while they emphasized the importance of the city's Give Real Change program. → Read More

Fire near Vantage grows to 5,000 acres, containment level at zero

UPDATE: As 243 Fire continues to spread, fire crews have managed to contain it primarily to the canyon. → Read More

Mayoral candidates break down the issues they'd address first if elected

Soon, you'll see Jonathan Bingle, Kelly Cruz, Shawn Poole, Ben Stuckart and Nadine Woodward's names on your ballot and across the city, as they work to earn your vote. Aside from Spokane's homeless crisis, each candidate has centered their campaign on a wide range of issues. → Read More

Child struck by car in northwest Spokane

A child that was struck by a vehicle sustained non-life threatening injuries on Sunday. → Read More

Pro-choice advocates in Spokane rally against strict abortion laws

Joining thousands around the country, hundred of people in Spokane rallied at city hall to protest restrictive abortion laws passed in several Southern states. → Read More

Mayoral candidates address Spokane's homeless crisis

It's been called the defining issue in this year's race for the mayor's office and the five remaining candidates will be the first to tell you, Spokane's homeless crisis is a complex issue. → Read More

Garfield Elementary second grader set to compete at Braille Challenge National Finals

He's seen by his teachers as "larger than life" and now, Garfield Elementary second grader Russell Winkler gets to share his spirit with the rest of the country. → Read More

County leaders look for ways to absorb loss of REC Silicon plant

You don't need to look very far to put a face to the trade war between the U.S. and China. → Read More

Police investigate shooting a few blocks from Whitman Elementary School

The shooting happened Sunday night. → Read More

Investigator: Spokane Valley fire started at homeless camp

Many saw smoke in the air Sunday evening. → Read More

Four people, two dogs injured in fire at Regal Heights apartments on South Hill

Four people and two dogs were injured in a fire at the Regal Heights apartment complex on Spokane's South Hill late Wednesday night. → Read More

Spokane's "crazy rabbit lady" urges families to think twice before adopting own Easter bunnies

When she's not teaching others how to care for their rabbits, Spokane's self-proclaimed "crazy rabbit lady" spends her days with hers, Canoodle -- and 13 others -- at her Peaceful Valley home, which plays host to three rabbit houses in her backyard. → Read More

"I was devastated": SPS music teacher laid off on first day of maternity leave

Obviously, there's never an ideal point in life to lose your job. But Mindy Casey says she was laid off from Spokane Public Schools at the worst possible time. → Read More