- The Latest: Seattle educators vote to strike if no agreement Updated: Sep-03-15 10:59 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The latest on teacher strikes in Washington state (all times local):
- Family of unarmed man shot by police in Washington sues Updated: Sep-03-15 4:50 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The wife and children of a Mexican man shot to death by police in Pasco, Washington, after he threw rocks have filed a federal lawsuit against the city and the three officers involved.
- Soccer players suspended for a game after blackface incident Updated: Sep-03-15 1:27 am
SPOKANE, Washington - Five members of the women's soccer team at a private Christian university in Washington state were suspended for one match Wednesday after a social media post surfaced showing them dressed in blackface and afro wigs.
- College soccer players suspended after blackface incident Updated: Sep-02-15 10:08 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A private Christian university in Spokane says it has suspended five members of the women's soccer team after a social media post surfaced showing them dressed in blackface and afro wigs.
- Spokane accountant indicted by federal grand jury Updated: Sep-01-15 10:29 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A Spokane accountant has been indicted by a federal grand jury on eight counts of tax fraud and evasion.
- Stolen Wi-Fi leads to wanted Idaho man's arrest Updated: Sep-01-15 5:31 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A Post Falls man's quest for free Internet instead sent the police to his door.
- Last of 3 candidates visiting WSU Updated: Aug-31-15 2:11 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The last of three candidates to become founding dean of the new Washington State University College of Medicine is visiting the Spokane campus.
- Teacher contracts still being negotiated across Washington Updated: Aug-30-15 11:05 am
SEATTLE - As parents do their back-to-school shopping, some teachers across the state are still negotiating their contracts.
- Emergency closure of Idaho public lands starting Sunday Updated: Aug-29-15 10:23 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A large section of public land in the Idaho Panhandle will be closed starting Sunday because of extreme wildfire danger.
- Evidence hearing begins for man suspected of killing officer Updated: Aug-27-15 2:44 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A hearing will determine whether there is enough evidence for a trial against a felon suspected of fatally shooting an officer.
- Supreme Court upholds deal on tribal gas stations Updated: Aug-27-15 2:25 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The state Supreme Court on Thursday unanimously upheld a lower court ruling in a long-running lawsuit by non-tribal gas station owners challenging gas tax compacts negotiated in the past decade between the state and Indian tribes.
- State no longer seeking volunteers to fight fires Updated: Aug-27-15 1:40 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - The state of Washington is no longer looking for volunteers to battle the wildfires that have burned more than 1,100 square miles of land.
- Rand Paul makes Northwest campaign stops Updated: Aug-26-15 3:03 pm
SEATTLE - Republican presidential candidate Rand Paul, making the first of several Pacific Northwest campaign stops in Seattle, spoke about constitutional issues and dysfunction in the nation's capital.
- University of Idaho, WSU get grant to map wildfire threats Updated: Aug-26-15 5:38 am
- Rand Paul's visit to Washington begins in Seattle Updated: Aug-25-15 10:05 pm
SEATTLE - Rand Paul brings his Western campaign tour to Washington on Wednesday.
- Judge awards $5M to man abused by priest Updated: Aug-25-15 4:52 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A federal judge has awarded an Oregon man $5 million in damages stemming from sexual abuse by a Catholic priest in Yakima more than 30 years ago.
- City close to hiring police ombudsman Updated: Aug-25-15 11:08 am
SPOKANE, Washington - The three finalists to become Spokane's police ombudsman will be in town this week for community interviews.
- Record wildfire in Washington gets international, local help Updated: Aug-24-15 10:19 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - As Washington state's wildfires burned into the record books Monday, calls for help were answered from far and near.
- State to auction 38 lots near Priest Lake Updated: Aug-24-15 3:00 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Idaho is putting up 38 Priest Lake lots for auction amid a push to remove the state from the business of leasing the land to cabin owners.
- Poor air quality causes EWU to cancel practice Updated: Aug-24-15 1:36 pm
CHENEY, Washington - Unhealthy air conditions prompted Eastern Washington University to cancel football practice on Monday morning.
- Smoke starting to lift over Washington fires Updated: Aug-23-15 9:28 pm
TWISP, Washington - The latest on wildfires in Washington state, including those that killed three firefighters (all times local):
- Jail spots sheets hanging from cell, foiling escape attempt Updated: Aug-21-15 5:27 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Staffers at a jail in eastern Washington state foiled an escape attempt by spotting a long trail of knotted bed sheets hanging from the window of a cell housing a suspect in a murder-for-hire plot.
- Guilty plea entered in scholarships-for-sex case Updated: Aug-21-15 2:40 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - A former financial aid director has pleaded guilty to charges related to offering students college foundation money in exchange for sex.
- Man pulled from Spokane River near Upper Falls Updated: Aug-21-15 5:43 am
SPOKANE, Washington - A man was pulled to safety from the Spokane River at the base of the Upper Falls.
- Spokane running garbage trucks on natural gas Updated: Aug-19-15 12:19 pm
SPOKANE, Washington - Spokane has a new fleet of natural-gas-powered garbage trucks.