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Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Spokane developer Harley Douglass was found in breach of contract Friday for not paying $800,000 owed in a land deal.
Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich has been elected President of the Executive Board for the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs.
The collapse of the bridge over the Skagit River Thursday brings to light the fact that many bridges across the state are deemed functionally obsolete or structurally deficient.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. An armed man suspected of robbing four McDonald's restaurants since last year is in custody.
There are 253 bridges throughout the state of Idaho that are classified as either obsolete or structurally deficient.
May 24--Donita and Karl Ambrogini's 16-year-old daughter hovered at the edge of the roof, turning to look at her parents as tears rolled down her face.
Unfortunately crime has been and always will be part of society. It hurts every community, Spokane is certainly no exception, and our city like many its size struggles with a bad reputation, one that suggests crime is not only prevalent, but constantly on the rise here.
Let's be blunt about the STEP casino. 1,600-plus Spokane Indians and 4,200 residents of Airway Heights are so grasping and greedy that they are willing to sell 468,000-plus citizens of Spokane County down the drain for their gain.
Lynda Warren dropped by Liberty Lake City Hall May 16 to learn more about the community she will soon call home.
The remains of the Fairchild Air Force Base airmen killed in a KC-135 crash returned to Spokane County on Thursday.
Resources from the Spokane Valley Fire Department were dispatched at 10:27 P.M. last evening to a reported structure fire at 11712 E 36th Avenue in the Spokane Valley.
With mobile food vendors gaining popularity here, the city of Spokane is considering changes to its municipal code that would affect food-truck and food-cart operators as early as this summer.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. A 38-year-old janitor was indicted Wednesday by a federal grand jury in connection with mailing two ricin-laced letters in Spokane.
Thousands of people in Spokane are out of work but new unemployment numbers show things are looking a little better.