- SUV hits, kills pedestrian pushing stroller in Spokane Updated: Jul-29-15 12:07 am
SPOKANE, Washington - Spokane police say an SUV swerved onto a sidewalk, striking and killing a 68-year-old woman who was pushing her grandson in a stroller.
- Officials ID shooting victim found outside hospital Updated: Jul-28-15 11:36 pm
MISSOULA, Montana - Missoula County officials have released the name of a Washington state man who was found dead in a vehicle outside a western Montana hospital.
- Police fire at a man suspected of trying to rob a restaurant Updated: Jul-27-15 12:52 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Spokane police fired shots at a man they believed was trying to rob a Chinese restaurant, but did not hit him.
- Man sentenced in widely-watched medical marijuana case Updated: Jul-24-15 5:31 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The only member of the so-called "Kettle Falls Five" marijuana-growing family to plead guilty has received a 16-month sentence, but will remain out of custody pending an appeal.
- Spokane to demolish downtown skate park Updated: Jul-24-15 6:15 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A downtown Spokane skate park is set to be demolished starting Aug. 3 due to concern about crime.
- No plans for fishing restrictions in Idaho despite heat Updated: Jul-23-15 5:08 am
SPOKANE, Washington - While Montana, Oregon and Washington have all enacted emergency fishing rules to handle low flows and warm water conditions, the Idaho Fish and Game Department Panhandle Region says it has no plans to follow suit.
- 1 man dies after being shot during dispute in east Spokane Updated: Jul-21-15 3:13 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Spokane police say a man who was shot during an argument involving three people has died of his injuries.
- Airway Heights votes no confidence in mayor over racist post Updated: Jul-21-15 6:19 am
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Washington - The city council of a Spokane suburb has approved a resolution that expresses no confidence in their mayor after he refused to resign despite posting racist comments about President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama.
- Drought raises water temperatures to unhealthy levels Updated: Jul-20-15 3:59 pm
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - The drought is bringing warmer temperatures to northern Idaho lakes, stressing fish and threatening oxygen levels.
- Mild winter brings early huckleberry harvest season Updated: Jul-20-15 6:19 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A mild winter and warm spring and summer has brought huckleberry season earlier than usual.
- Mother told to breast-feed in pool bathroom launches protest Updated: Jul-18-15 8:35 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A mother who says she was asked to breast-feed her child in a bathroom at a public pool in Spokane organized a "nurse-in" to highlight the rights of breast-feeding mothers.
- 2 people remain hospitalized after factory explosion Updated: Jul-16-15 3:01 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Two people remained hospitalized Thursday after an explosion that heavily damaged an aerospace manufacturing plant in the town of Newport.
- Officials worried by mysterious deaths of sturgeon Updated: Jul-16-15 11:55 am
SPOKANE, Washington - The mysterious deaths of dozens of giant sturgeon in the Columbia River near the Tri-Cities is prompting state officials to consider closing catch-and-release fishing of the species.
- Blast at Washington aerospace plant hurls machinery, hurts 5 Updated: Jul-15-15 8:13 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - An explosion rocked an aerospace plant in northeast Washington, toppling large pieces of machinery, lifting an entire floor off its foundation and injuring five people, authorities said Wednesday.
- Former Pasco officer accused of murder pleads not guilty Updated: Jul-15-15 8:26 am
PASCO, Washington - A former Pasco police officer accused of killing a Spokane prostitute in 1986 has pleaded not guilty to all charges against him.
- Man pleads guilty to arson at marijuana business Updated: Jul-14-15 4:13 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A man has pleaded guilty to setting fire to a marijuana business in Spokane Valley last fall in what investigators are calling an insurance scam attempt.
- Ambassadors Group going out of business Updated: Jul-13-15 7:14 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Ambassadors Group, the Spokane-based travel company that arranges the well-known People-to-People tours, is going out of business.
- State takes steps to reduce wolf conflicts this summer Updated: Jul-11-15 4:49 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The season when wolves come into conflict with livestock in Eastern Washington has arrived, but the state Department of Fish and Wildlife is ready.
- Slain man's parents seek $4.8 million from Washington city Updated: Jul-10-15 2:07 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The parents of a man shot dead after throwing rocks at police officers in Washington state have filed a claim seeking nearly $4.8 million from the city of Pasco.
- Haze from Canadian wildfires spreads across many US states Updated: Jul-10-15 12:35 am
SPOKANE, Washington - Large wildfires raging across Canada have contributed to a smoky haze lingering above the Western U.S., blazes fueled by the familiar hot, dry conditions that have turned much of the region into a tinderbox.
- State Supreme Court rejects serial killer Yates' petition Updated: Jul-09-15 2:04 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The Washington Supreme Court on Thursday again rejected an effort by serial killer Robert Yates to overturn his convictions and death sentence.
- Suspect arrested in fatal hit-and-run near Kingston Updated: Jul-08-15 6:14 am
PORT ORCHARD, Washington - A Spokane man has been arrested on suspicion of killing a pedestrian in a hit-and-run crash in the Indianola community south of Kingston.
- WSU names provost as interim president Updated: Jul-07-15 6:23 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Provost Daniel J. Bernardo was named interim president of Washington State University on Tuesday during a special meeting of the Pullman-based school's board of regents.
- Deputies: Inmate assigned to work crew steals county truck Updated: Jul-07-15 5:58 pm
SPOKANE VALLEY, Washington - The Spokane County sheriff's office says deputies in Spokane Valley are searching for a work-crew inmate who stole a county truck Tuesday morning.
- Bullfrogs threatening native Northwest species Updated: Jul-07-15 5:19 pm
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - State biologists are trying to handle an aggressive northward expansion of American bullfrogs that are multiplying rapidly and posing a threat to fellow amphibians.