Jack Ferris, #kxly 4 News

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Spokane, WA, United States

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Past articles by Jack:

WSU Athletics launches Suicide Prevention Awareness campaign

As the Cougar nation is still reeling from the suicide of WSU football player Tyler Hilinski earlier this year, WSU Athletics has created a public service campaign, aimed at preventing suicides on campuses across the country. → Read More

Mt. Spokane and Whitworth host Hawaiian football team

High school football practice controlled Whitworth's Pine Bowl Thursday morning. It didn't take long to realize the players from Damien Memorial weren't from around here. → Read More

Idaho gives drivers renewal extension

A trip to the DMV is a lot like a trip to the doctor's office; you plan your day around it. So imagine the frustration of showing up to the DMV only to be turned away - because of failed software. → Read More

Move-in day for Gonzaga's "smartest" class ever

By the numbers, the incoming freshman class of 2022 represents one of the brightest classes in the school's history - the sophomore class of 2021 being it's counterpart. → Read More

Spokane family on vacation in Hawaii as Hurricane Lane approaches

It could be a long weekend for locals and tourists in Hawaii, as Hurricane Lane is expected to pass by just off the southwestern edge of the islands. → Read More

Surveillance video raises security questions in Shadle

It's just about every homeowner and every parent's worst nightmare - a home invasion. But what kind of line does the invader need to cross for police to get involved? → Read More

WSU welcomes largest freshman class in history

Just about everywhere you looked Wednesday in Pullman you saw couches being carried by parents shedding tears. It's move in day - and it was the biggest in school history. → Read More

Controversial coffee stand turns heads once again

It's the latest controversial sign at 2nd Base Espresso in Hillyard - and this time it's referencing heroin. → Read More

Free Fun Friday

The weekend is here, and if you don't have plans, we have some ideas for you. → Read More

Lacrosse Camp aims to promote sport in Northwest

While lacrosse is huge on the east coast and in California, it hasn't quite caught on in the Northwest. One young man is trying to change that. → Read More

62nd Annual Highland Games

This Saturday marks the 62nd annual Highland Games hosted by the Spokane County Fairgrounds. → Read More

Swastika burnt into grass near Lake City High School

Vandals traced a swastika near the Lake City High School football field last month. Because of the nature of the chemicals, the symbol didn't appear until just recently. → Read More

Neighbor's security surveillance records deadly deputy shooting

A man was shot to death after he rammed a patrol car on the lower South Hill, according to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office. → Read More

Family thought they had lost everything in Upriver Beacon Fire

Imagine being forced to sit in a car several hundred yards away from a wildfire as it surrounded your home. → Read More

Couple new to neighborhood stays home as fire inches closer

Tuesday afternoon was a frightening experience for many in Valley Springs, including Chuck and Colleen Friend, a couple who just moved from Port Orchard. → Read More

CBD: What is it and how can it help you?

If you've never heard of CBD, you're not alone. It's a compound that comes from the cannabis plant and has no psycho-active properties. But it might have plenty of health benefits. → Read More

Bikers advocate for cyclist safety in townhall meeting

Spokane City Councilwoman Kate Burke invited cyclists from all over the city to a town hall meeting Wednesday, to have an open dialogue with city planners and officials on how to make the Lilac City more cycle friendly. → Read More

Last chance for Riverfront Park's carnival rides

In May of 2017, the Spokane Park Board voted to auction off all but three of Riverfront's carnival rides. The attractions had been part of Spokane's central park for decades, but declining ticket prices all but sealed their fate. → Read More

Ryegrass Coulee Fire creates long night for campers, first responders

The entire town of Vantage in central Washington had be evacuated Monday night as wildfire flames got dangerously close. → Read More

Local man wins Netflix baking show 'Nailed It!'

Spokane Valley native Chris Elam won an episode of "Nailed It" on Netflix this year. → Read More