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1 hr ago | KXLY-TV Spokane
This is National Library Week, and in celebrations, Spokane County Library District is holding the 2nd annual Food for Fines event.
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2 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane
Police arrested a man accused of creating a bomb scare at the Hilton Garden Inn Tuesday morning.
6 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. A murder trial begins this week for a former Spokane Valley scuba instructor accused of shooting dead a woman with whom he was having an affair.
10 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Anyone who has ever used them is familiar with occasional stonewalling and foot-dragging from public officials - just as they are familiar with the occasional harassing, burdensome requests to agencies from gadflies and journalists.
Before he represented Liberty Lake on the City Council, Dan Dunne weighed in on the future of parks and recreation in the place he calls home.
Spokane's city council wants faster answers about officer involved shootings and Monday night the council intends to urge Spokane County Prosecutor Steve Tucker to speed up his decisions about whether or not officers' use of force incidents are justified.
Spokane's thriving community of local writers produces works in many genres of fiction, nonfiction and poetry but for some reason many published authors in the area are drawn to tales of crime and revenge.
The trial for the man accused of murdering his girlfriend on New Years of 2011 is set to begin Monday.
The Liberty Lake City Council wrapped up 2013 by passing a budget that will take strides to improve safety conditions on municipal streets and sidewalks.
A Dairy Queen in North Spokane was robbed at gunpoint around 9:10 Sunday night. Police said the suspect went through the drive through when the robbery occurred.
A friend of the manager of the Brickhaven apartment complex on Atlantic St. where a fire destroyed ten units on Saturday began collecting donations for the families affected.
The county's commute trip reduction office hosted the event from 9am-3pm both days at the Spokane County Fair & Expo Center Organizers expected more than 600 bikes ranging from children's bicycles, tandems and tri-cycles to be donated for sale or exchange.
She says the fire started in a closet in the apartment. Residents in the building said they had no time to grab any of their personal belongings and some even said they didn't have time to put shoes on because the flames spread so quickly.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Residents of an apartment complex in the 6500 block of North Atlantic stood across the street and watched their homes burn this afternoon.
Three officers shot and killed 21-year-old Justin Cairns on the front porch of his home last May. The prosecutor's office says he disregarded their commands; told them, "Shoot me"; and then reached for something in his waistband, which turned out to be a cell phone.