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Proposed legislation would limit confiscation of guns under extreme risk protection orders

A bill pre-filed for the upcoming session of the Washington legislature would limit the use of extreme risk protection orders to confiscate guns in the state. → Read More

Pre-burn your calories in Spokane's annual Turkey Trot

Americans will take in thousands of calories in Thursday's Thanksgiving meal. Why not start the day right by burning off some calories in advance? → Read More

Washington Dept. of Health warns against eating romaine lettuce from Salinas, CA

On the eve of the Thanksgiving holiday, the Washington Department of Health warns not to eat romaine lettuce harvested from the Salinas, CA area. → Read More

Here's how Spokane plans to spend money from photo speed, red light cameras

For years, the City of Spokane has earned thousands of dollars from people caught on camera speeding through school zones and red lights. Monday, the city council will determine how to spend some of the money collected. → Read More

Spokane Arena promises 'Huge freaking concert announcement' Monday

It's still 2019, but Friday the Spokane Arena announced a "legendary entertainer" is coming to Spokane in 2020. But, you'll have to wait until Monday to find out who it is. → Read More

4 News Now learns name of Spokane Police officer accused of sexual assault

Multiple sources now confirm that the Spokane Police officer under investigation amid allegations of sexual assault is Officer Nathan Nash. → Read More

4 News Now Exclusive: Convicted killer, former deputy Tom Dibartolo on work release

He was convicted of one of the most notorious crimes in Spokane history. Now, former sheriff's deputy turned convicted killer Thomas Dibartolo is one step closer to release, serving out his time at a work release facility in Yakima. But, according to jail records, his work release has already been suspended. → Read More

Amazon starting to advertise for jobs on the West Plains

Even though it's not set to open until the middle of next year, jobs at the new Amazon fulfillment center on the West Plains are starting to appear online. → Read More

Natural Grocers moving into old south hill Hastings building

The old Hastings location at 29th Avenue and Southeast Boulevard is being converted into a Natural Grocers store. → Read More

Plea deal reached in Lewis and Clark H.S. threat case

A plea deal has been reached in the case of a former Lewis and Clark High School student charged with making threats against the school and students. → Read More

Washington supreme court rules law impounding cars in DUI cases unconstitutional

The Washington Supreme Court handed down a ruling Thursday that strikes down a law allowing police officers to automatically impound cars in DUI cases. → Read More

Another sexually violent predator released to Spokane; SPD not notified until months later

One day after a sex offender was released from McNeil Island and moved to Spokane, 4 News Now has learned of another recent McNeil Island release, who is living at the same home and is under strict state supervision. → Read More

Nine Mile Schools delayed due to power outages

Wednesday's snow storm will delay school in Nine Mile Falls. → Read More

Owner of late bulldog Maddie suing Gonzaga for discrimination

The owner of a bulldog once portrayed as an unofficial mascot of Gonzaga University is now suing Gonzaga, accusing the university of discrimination. → Read More

WSU student group calls for re-trial for former Pullman PD sergeant

The Associated Students of Washington State University want the Whitman County prosecutor to retry a former Pullman Police sergeant, charged with sexual misdconduct. → Read More

Free fun things for the family this weekend in Spokane

It's the first full weekend of fall in Spokane and it certainly won't feel like it. Still, there are plenty of things to do with the family! → Read More

Judge: Suit against Alaska Airlines can go forward for woman who fell down escalator in wheelchair

A King County judge has ruled in favor of a Spokane family, suing Alaska Airlines for injuries their mother suffered when she tumbled down an airport escalator in her wheelchair. → Read More

Mom of man in road rage shooting: It was self-defense

The man shot in an apparent road rage incident in the Nine Mile area Thursday night appears to be the aggressor, according to Spokane County major crimes investigators and the shooter's mother. → Read More

Bond at $1 million for Coeur d'Alene 4th of July shooting suspect

A judge set bond at $1 million for a man accused of opening fire during a crowded 4th of July celebration in Coeur d'Alene. → Read More

Washington Attorney General says Avista owes customers $41 million

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson says Spokane-based Avsita Corp should be ordered to pay back $41 million to customers, overcharged for more than two years. → Read More