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Jessie Pierpoint adds finishing touches to his painting of Nelson Mandela on a billboard near the corner of Main and Bernard in Spokane, Wash., on Friday.
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Spokane health officials announced Thursday that identified cases of gonorrhea grew more than 50 percent over the past three months.
11 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. The man who shot his wife to death before killing himself on the Deaconess Hospital campus had worked as a police officer in Missouri and told sheriff's deputies just hours before this week's fatal attack that he was thinking about returning to law enforcement if he ... (more)
A robbery at Rosa's Pizza ended with two suspects charged with one count of First Degree Robbery on Thursday.
The fire, spread over 1,000 acres, was 30-percent contained as of Friday afternoon, but the near triple digit temperatures is not helping move things along.
The 30-year-old was featured on the local news after he camped out Monday night to be the first person to buy legal weed in the Eastern Washington city.
Some parts of the story are still in dispute, but all parties seem to agree on one fact: Michael Boyer, the first man in Spokane, Wash., to legally purchase recreational marijuana on Tuesday, has his job back.
The woman arrested in connection with a Google executive's overdose death has ties to a similar case in Georgia.
The fire department's Special Investigation Unit launched a probe into the cause of a house fire that started Thursday afternoon in northeast Spokane.
Spokane Police officials said the number of people trying to commit suicide by cop was on the rise across the country in July.
Supporters of immigration reform held a national day of action Wednesday in cities across the country, including Spokane.
Mike Boyer, 30, was canned Tuesday after waiting 20 hours to buy pot and immediately going home to smoke.
Firefighters are working to gain an upper hand on the Lake Spokane fire, which has burned 900 acres since Wednesday afternoon.
The first man to buy legal, recreational marijuana in Spokane claimed on Wednesday that he lost his job due to the news coverage on Tuesday.
A young girl named Jada never thought twice about accepting what seemed like a harmless impromptu invite to the home of a friend of a friend last month.
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Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:22 pm
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