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Past articles by Taylor:

Rogers High School teacher hand-paints football fields to honor class of 2020

"It was tough," said Tom Pettoello, a teacher at Rogers High School. "I think, we like working with kids, obviously, if you're a teacher -- and then when they're all of a sudden taken away, then you start thinking, 'well, what can I do?'" → Read More

Spokane Co. Health Officer: No COVID-19 deaths in past week, but we aren't in the clear yet

SPOKANE, Wash. — There have been no reported COVID-19 deaths in Spokane County over the past week. As of Monday, there were 313 cases and 59 total hospitalizations, with 15 people currently being treated for the virus in the hospital. Along with the stretch of no reported deaths, the hospitalization rate across the county also continues to trend downward. Despite... → Read More

Despite stay-home orders, protesters gather at Spokane County Courthouse

Protesters gathered outside the Spokane County Courthouse on Sunday, eager to lift Gov. Inslee’s stay-home order. → Read More

'It's terrifying': Local business owners in limbo as emergency loan money runs out

In less than two weeks, the Small Business Administration handed out 14 years worth of loans, effectively tapping out its $349 billion Paycheck Protection Program and leaving thousands of small business owners scrambling to figure out what to do next. → Read More

Mayor, health officer detail what will it take to reopen the local economy

Spokane mayor Nadine Woodward says the reopening of the city's economy will depend on Dr. Lutz's recommendation, which will hinge on three factors. → Read More

'Anyone can get this thing': 32-year-old Spokane soccer coach recovering from COVID-19

"I'm a pretty healthy person, I'm pretty active, I'm out doing a lot of stuff in the community as much as I can," Morgan Hartanov says. "I think the reality is, anyone can get this thing." → Read More

Spokane Police prepare for spike in crime as social distancing becomes the norm

With fewer people outside, one might guess crime in Spokane has plummeted. Police say that hasn't been the case. → Read More

Washington's stay home order: Your questions, answered

Gov. Jay Inslee issued a stay home order Monday night, immediately banning any gatherings and forcing non-essential businesses to close up shop by March 25. → Read More

Spokane church hosts drive-in worship service to combat spread of COVID-19

"Steve, just hear me out. What if, instead of going through Taco Bell and getting your Crunch Wrap Supreme, what if it was drive-through Jesus?" → Read More

Dry Fly Distilling using downtime to make free 'Spokanitizer'

This week, Dry Fly Distilling got federal approval to create 'Spokanitizer' using its own alcohol. → Read More

Councilwoman drafts law to quiet protests at facilities like Planned Parenthood

A local city councilwoman has drafted a law that looks to drown out the noise that comes with protests outside facilities like Planned Parenthood. → Read More

Ronald McDonald House in need of donations ahead of opening new location

Families with children in the hospital will soon have a brand new place to call home. → Read More

Spokane Public Schools looks at bringing back school specialists following massive budget cuts, layoffs

A Spokane Public Schools work group is looking at the possibility of bringing school specialists, like librarians, back into the fold, despite making cuts away from the classroom and issuing hundreds of layoff notices last year due to a $31 million budget gap. → Read More

Massive snowstorm hits Spokane, and it isn't over yet

It was a rough night for Spokane drivers on Friday, as a massive snowstorm hit the Inland Northwest. → Read More

#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