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Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Hawk:

New Washington vaccine exemption law goes into effect Sunday

Washington state's newly passed vaccine exemption law takes effect Sunday. → Read More

"The cards have lined up for an excellent huckleberry season" on Mt. Spokane

Those oh so very PNW red and purple berries are back on Mount Spokane, coming in bountifully for both pickers and the wildlife that rely on them. → Read More

Up close and personal with sturgeon: WDFW bringing them back from the brink in Lake Roosevelt

Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife is working to brink the white sturgeon back from the brink of extinction. → Read More

Spokane Police Lt. remembered as 'larger than life'

Hundreds turned out on Saturday to remember the life of a long-time hero with the Spokane Police Department. → Read More

The Incredible Journey: After 37 days, N. Idaho dog found 40 miles away from home

It's been a long month or so for the Walker family after their beloved pooch Josie went missing, running off scared during a big storm. → Read More

What you need to know about driving to and from Fairchild for Skyfest

With Fairchild Air Force base bracing for crowds that could top 100,000, the roadways are guaranteed to be busy. → Read More

Portions of Central and Eastern Washington under Red Flag Warning, DNR encourages fire safety

With portions of Eastern Washington under a Red Flag Warning and other areas being added through Wednesday, the Department of Natural Resources wants everyone to do what they can to minimize the risk of fires starting. → Read More

Dog burns his paw pads completely off on hot pavement, vets remind owners to remember your pets

With the near record-breaking heat we've been seeing, the sun is absolutely sizzling our walkways. Be it the streets, the sidewalks, they can get hot, and while humans have shoes for protection, remember your pets (likely) don't. → Read More

Regal Elementary students learn to code during hands-on Google class

It was a special treat for students at Regal Elementary, a presentation on coding from Google employees. But it wasn't your average sit-and-be-quiet-and-listen presentation, instead students were set down in front of a laptop and given the reigns to code on their own. → Read More

Car prowlers break in to residents cars twice in one week, owners want help finding the suspects

As you can imagine, being broken into leaves you flustered. → Read More

Homeless camp near Liberty Aquatic Park to be cleared by new city team

It's been causing some trepidation for residents around Liberty Aquatic Park for a while now. A large homeless camp, with numerous tents and residents. → Read More

Mead School Board to readdress school boundaries in Thursday meeting

As Mead School Board members juggle the many variables of budgeting along with increased expenditures from new state requirements, they are going to be readdressing the school boundaries for the district. → Read More

Mead HS wins "Pulitzer for yearbooks", will be used as an example nationwide

When the yearbook's advisor heard their name announced as the winner of the National Scholastic Press Association's Pacemaker award, she almost couldn't believe it. → Read More

Longtime Spokane Symphony director Eckart Preu looks forward to next adventure

This weekend will be the end of an era at the Spokane Symphony, as long time music director Eckart Preu conducts his farewell performance as head of the symphony. → Read More

More than a decade later, mother daughter duo still volunteering at Bloomsday

Putting on Bloomsday is at its heart a labor of love. Love for the Lilac City, love for running and getting outdoors and exercising, and for one pair of volunteers, there's a whole new level to it. → Read More

Extreme Team and advocates help Spokane Valley veteran in need

One phone call from KXLY's Mark Peterson, and they were in. → Read More

Construction underway at Southeast Sports Complex, new playground being added

If you've been out at the Southeast Sports Complex lately, you may have noticed a couple of changes. → Read More

Nine Mile Falls teen to donate organs after fatal fall, family urges others to become donors

A Nine Mile Falls family was left stricken last Saturday after their loved one, 16-year-old Brandon Burbridge fell off the back of a moving truck and hit his head. → Read More

Gonzaga's School of Law hosts naturalization ceremony for 60 new citizens

Spokane can now count 60 new citizens among its population, coming from over 30 countries. → Read More

WDFW reports ten years of population growth for state's wolves

In their year end report for 2018, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife reported that the state's wolf population has grown by a total of four wolves for an overall estimate of 126 wolves. → Read More