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Memorial in Riverfront Park shows true cost of war

If you drove through Riverfront Park Thursday, something may have caught your eye. → Read More

Avista's plan to build park would permanently close portion of E. Upriver Drive

The largest power company in the Inland Northwest is looking to build a park that would permanently close a road used by thousands of cars each day. → Read More

Spokane hit-and-run solved on Facebook in under three hours

A South Hill man woke up to a strange sight in his driveway -- a large board had launched through his truck's back window. So how did it get there? That's what Kurt Strauss asked himself as soon as he saw the damage to his truck which was parked along 29th Avenue near Havana Street. → Read More

Deer Park woman struggles with permanent effects of West Nile Virus

Maureen Jones never imagined a mosquito bite would change her life. → Read More

Paying for patrols: city of Hayden wants to double number of deputies

The city of Hayden has just under 15,000 people. Right now, only four deputies are assigned to patrol the town each week on separate shifts. → Read More

Man brings his own couch to enjoy fireworks display

Talk about the best seat in the house. → Read More

Thieves target Spokane comic book collector

Some people like sports. Some people like cars. Donald Duke's passion is tucked away in dozens of boxes. → Read More

Spokane mayoral candidates take questions from voters during forum

Spokane's mayoral race is in full swing. → Read More

"How are we going to survive it?" Spokane Valley bar feeling construction pain

The manager of a Spokane Valley bar which has served customers for nearly 50 years says its future is in jeopardy. → Read More

Spokane City Council exploring legal options against opioid manufacturers, distributors

The city of Spokane could be one step closer to suing opioid manufacturers and distributors. → Read More

Spokane library holds discussion ahead of "Drag Queen Story Hour"

There's been controversy ever since the South Hill library announced it would be holding "Drag Queen Story Hour." Some parents have praised the event but others are completely outraged, saying drag queens have no business sharing their culture with children. → Read More

Thieves trick elderly woman, steal car from Spokane gas station

Two men offered to help an elderly woman at a Spokane gas station early Wednesday morning then took off with her car, according to Spokane Police. → Read More

"You will be caught" Thieves steal family heirlooms, sports car from Spokane home

A couple in northeast Spokane says two burglars spent several hours inside their home -- ransacking the place and hauling away anything of value they could carry. → Read More

Pride Parade draws thousands to downtown Spokane

Skies were grey but the streets of downtown were full of color during Saturday's Pride Parade. → Read More

Fire near Vantage grows to 5,000 acres, containment level at zero

UPDATE: As 243 Fire continues to spread, fire crews have managed to contain it primarily to the canyon. → Read More

243 Fire burns over 3,500 acres in Grant County, homes evacuated

Level 3 evacuations are in place for people living on Beverly Burke Road between State Route 26 and State Route 243 in Granty County. The evacuations were put in place by the Grant County Sheriff’s Office late Monday night after the brush fire, now called the 243 Fire, threatened homes. → Read More

Fire prompts level 3 evacuations in Grant County

The Grant County Sheriff's Office has issued Level 3 evacuations for the Beverly Burke/Road T.3 area. → Read More

Beware 'friends' on Facebook telling you about money opportunities

A Spokane Valley woman thought her 'friend' on Facebook was trying to help secure her a federal grant. Turns out, that 'friend' was a scammer who cloned her real friend's profile. → Read More

Lime bikes and scooters set to hit Spokane streets on Monday

Lime bicycles and scooters will hit Spokane streets on Monday. → Read More

Two homemade bombs found in Pullman-Moscow area within a week

Police in Pullman and Moscow are investigating two homemade bombs which were found within four days of each other. In both cases, the Spokane Bomb Squad was called in to safely handle the explosives. On Tuesday, they were back in Moscow investigating a third suspicious device which turned out to be nothing. → Read More