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Recent articles by Josh:

I-90 clear after multi-car crash slowed morning commute near Argonne Road in Spokane Valley

Several lanes were blocked and traffic was backed up for a mile on eastbound I-90 in Spokane Valley. → Read More

Driver in violent crash on Spokane's South Hill investigated for DUI

A Spokane police officer investigating the crash said in court documents that the driver may have been under the influence of cannabis. → Read More

Harlem Globetrotters return to Spokane Arena

The Harlem Globetrotters are coming to Spokane in January as part of their world tour. → Read More

Gonzaga women's basketball team ranked No. 23

The Gonzaga women's basketball team entered the top 25 for the first time this season. → Read More

Gonzaga men’s basketball falls to No. 14 in AP Poll

The Gonzaga men’s basketball team fell out of the Top 10 in the AP Poll for the first time since Feb. 5, 2018. → Read More

Moscow police: No evidence to link University of Idaho murders with previous stabbings

Moscow Police had been asked about any connection between the deaths of four University of Idaho students and stabbings in 1999 in Pullman and 2021 in Salem, Ore. → Read More

Multiple firearms taken in three gun store burglaries in Spokane

Police say in all three cases, the suspects used a stolen car to ram into the stores, breaking through doors and even a brick wall. → Read More

Travel returns to near pre-pandemic levels at Spokane International Airport

Passengers are encouraged to get to the airport early this Thanksgiving as TSA prepares for more fliers. → Read More

Gonzaga drops to No. 6 in latest AP Poll, lowest rank in nearly 3 years

Gonzaga faced two ranked teams in the past week, losing on the road at Texas while beating Kentucky in Spokane. → Read More

Gonzaga vs Kentucky: How to watch Sunday’s college basketball game

The Gonzaga Bulldogs and Kentucky Wildcats meet in Spokane after a week that saw each team suffer an upset loss. The game features Drew Timme and Oscar Tshiebwe. → Read More

Autopsies completed on University of Idaho students, bodies released to families

Spokane County completed the autopsies on the four University of Idaho students and sent the findings to the Latah County Coroner. → Read More

More beds, showers, and privacy options coming to Trent shelter in Spokane

Spokane County will spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to help pay for improvements at the Trent Shelter. → Read More

3.7 magnitude earthquake shakes western Montana

The 3.7 quake hit north of Missoula, Montana on Wednesday morning. People as far north as Kalispell reported feeling the shaking. → Read More

Cinderella coming to Spokane as part of World Ballet Series

The classic story of Cinderella arrives in Spokane this March. → Read More

Trevor Noah bringing ‘Off the Record’ Tour to Spokane

Trevor Noah will be in Spokane this April as part of his nationwide 'Off the Record' tour. → Read More

Deadly crash blocks 395 south of Chewelah

One person is dead and two others hurt after a crash on 395. The highway is currently blocked south of Chewelah. → Read More

Hope House women’s shelter to close in downtown Spokane

The women's shelter said it does not have the funding to remain open past January 31, 2023. → Read More

Gonzaga vs North Florida | How to watch Monday's basketball game

Gonzaga men's basketball team opens the season at home against North Florida on Monday night. → Read More

Yes, you have to pay speed zone camera tickets in Spokane

While the city of Spokane makes money from speed zone cameras, it doesn't own the equipment or process the tickets. We Verify why you still need to pay any fines. → Read More

Yes, the Limited Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver is available to people not currently working

The Limited Public Service Loan Forgiveness waiver temporarily waives some requirements for debt relief for qualified people, but applications are due Oct. 31. → Read More