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Why Spokane Police believe a father's overdose death wasn't accidental

Spokane Police are investigating a 21-year-old father’s apparent overdose. → Read More

Should Coeur d'Alene schools have later start times? Why the district is considering:

A team of parents, teachers, and experts at the Coeur d'Alene School District are exploring the idea of starting classes later in the day. → Read More

Police looking for driver who hit, killed pedestrian in Spokane

A driver in Spokane hit and killed a pedstrian Monday night near N. Hamilton and Spokane Falls Blvd. → Read More

Local mother celebrates her last round of chemo, cheering on the Zags

Fans cheered on the Gonzaga Bulldogs Wednesday night as they took down North Carolina with a 94-81 win. → Read More

Thief steals Spokane father's truck with his entire business in the back

A Spokane father says thieves didn’t just steal his truck on Friday morning; they drove off with his whole business. → Read More

Who shot two calves? Local farmer searches for answers

A family in Rosalia is trying to make sense of why someone would drive up to their field and shoot two 6-month-old calves. → Read More

Sheriff's Office investigating death at Spokane Valley hotel

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office is investigating the death of a man at the Rodeway Inn hotel in Spokane Valley. → Read More

'He was very bold, he didn't seem to care': Thief raids Spokane critical communications company

A Spokane Valley company which helps first responders everyday needs some help of its own. → Read More

Child injured in North Spokane hit-and-run tells his story

An 11-year-old boy who was injured in a hit-and-run on Monday is sharing his story, while his brother who witnessed it is asking drivers to slow down. → Read More

Another Washington firefighter dies of cancer, the leading cause of death in that field

Okanogan County is mourning the death of another beloved firefighter. → Read More

Hit-and-run in North Spokane sends a child to the hospital, Spokane Police investigating

Spokane Police are investigating a hit-and-run in North Spokane that sent a child to the hospital. → Read More

Latest Wendle campaign ad uses Photoshop to distort opponent's body

With the November election on Tuesday, Spokane voters are being bombarded with political ads. → Read More

Which Spokane neighborhood has seen the most violent crime this year

When it comes to violent crimes in Spokane, one neighborhood in the East Central district is seeing more than the rest of the city. → Read More

Pilot who collects antique planes to open flight museum at Felts Field

Two fully-restored DC-3 aircraft circled around Spokane on Thursday to celebrate a new flight museum will soon open at Felts Field. → Read More

Downtown Spokane shooting threat fueled by negative Google review

A bad Google review is at the center of one man’s threat to shoot up a Spokane business. → Read More

Battling bedbugs: Local nonprofit helps people in need find clean furniture

They are only a quarter-inch in size but bedbugs are truly a nightmare. → Read More

Spokane Police Guild weighs in on crime, homeless crisis

In a post on Facebook Thursday night, the Spokane Police Guild weighed in on the city's crime and homeless crisis writing: → Read More

Drive-by shooting suspect under investigation for threatening witness

A man accused of killing a woman in a Wandermere drive-by shooting is now being charged with witness tampering. → Read More

How to make the most of your Labor Day weekend

Hang up the tie and heat up the grill. It may be the end of summer, but Labor Day weekend is just beginning. → Read More

Spokane Indians close to making history- they just need you

Come Friday night, thousands of fans will fill Avista Stadium for the Spokane Indians’ last game of their regular short-season. → Read More