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KHQ (TV)
KHQ (TV)

1201 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 448-6000

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KREM (TV)
KREM (TV)

4103 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

(509) 448-2000

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Body found in Spokane River
01/26/2016 11:37am

The Spokane Fire Department is currently involved in a water recovery mission near the Monroe Street Bridge.

Post Falls man sentenced to life for killing wife and child
01/26/2016 10:36am

A man will spend the rest of his life in prison for strangling his wife and her daughter in Post Falls.

What makes Spokane super to you?
01/19/2016 1:21pm

Tell us what makes Spokane SUPER to you

Police search for 2 men tied to desert shooting in Idaho
01/26/2016 9:47am

Police have arrested one person and are looking for two more connected to a shooting in the Idaho desert.

New Spokane Cryotherapy business freezes away your pain
01/26/2016 8:50am

A new business in Spokane is helping people freeze away their pain, one session at a time.

KSPS (TV)
KSPS (TV)

3911 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

(504) 437-800

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KXLY (TV)
KXLY (TV)

500 W Boone
Spokane, WA   Directions

(509) 324-4000

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Kootenai County Sheriff's Office conducting emphasis patrol on Spokane River
07/23/2019 6:17pm

The Kootenai County Sheriffs Office has reportedly received many complaints about wake boats and noise problems on the Spokane River. Boats are allegedly driving too fast, making too much noise, and driving too close to wake zones.

Spokane Police searching for missing 13-year-old boy with autism
07/23/2019 5:56pm

Spokane Police are asking the public for help locating a missing 13-year-old boy who has autism. Hunter Simmons was last seen around 1:30 p.m. Tuesday near the 3400 block of E. Carlisle Ave. He was last seen wearing a red or grey shirt and black track pants. Due to his cognitive function, age and the amount of time he has been missing, police are asking for help locating him. Simmons was also reported missing on July 12, but was quickly found. Anyone with information is asked to call authorities at 509-456-2233.

Hay truck catches fire near I-90 and Granite Lake Road in Cheney
07/23/2019 5:51pm

A hay truck caught fire near I-90 and Granite Lake Road Tuesday afternoon. BREAKING: Hay truck caught fire in a field near I-90 and Granite Lake road. Flames are being contained. 4NewsNow pic.twitter.com/tjt0vR1G7T-- Kyle Simchuk KyleKXLY July 23, 2019 Flames are being contained, according to 4 News Now reporter Kyle Simchuck, who is on scene. This is a developing story. 4 News Now is working to confirm additional details.

Starbucks to expand delivery nationally in 2020
07/23/2019 5:05pm

SEATTLE AP - Starbucks says it will offer delivery in most of the U.S. by early next year.The Seattle coffee company launched delivery last fall in Miami with its partner, Uber Eats. It has since expanded to 10 additional U.S. cities, including Los Angeles, Chicago and New York.Starbucks says Uber Eats will remain its preferred provider as it rolls out delivery more widely.Customers in most areas where Starbucks and Uber Eats operate will be able to order drinks and other menu items. Uber Eats says it currently covers more than 70 of the U.S. population.Starbucks and Uber Eats will also work together to improve delivery packaging, in-store operations and delivery speed.

Admitted Freeman High School shooter to be tried as an adult
07/23/2019 4:28pm

Judge Michael Price decided Tuesday the admitted Freeman school shooter will be charged as an adult. Caleb Sharpe admitted to opening fire at Freeman High School in 2017. He was 15 at the time. One classmate, Sam Strahan, was killed and three others were injured. Sharpe is charged with first-degree murder, three counts of first-degree attempted murder and 51 counts of second-degree assault. RELATED: Looking back at Eastern Washingtons history of charging juvenile murderers as adultsPrice announced his decision in court Tuesday after a week of testimony and questioning as part of Sharpes declination hearing. Throughout the hearing, Price considered eight Kent Factors, which are standards for determining whether a juvenile suspect will be charged as an adult. RELATED: Admitted Freeman school shooter has low risk for future dangerousness, says defense expertSharpes attorney Bevan Maxey touched on two of the factors frequently throughout the week: sophistication and maturity, and prospect for rehabilitation v. protection. Maxey argued his client was immature at the time of the shooting due to brain damage suffered at birth. Caleb Sharpe was not a normal 15-year-old, Maxey said. Even less mature, beyond his control. Maxey also called a neuropsychologist and neuropsychiatrist to the stand. Both interviewed Sharpe after the shooting. Dr. Richard Adler went as far to say Sharpe has an extremely low risk for future dangerousness to the community. In court, Price said it was clear the one thing all testifying experts agreed on was the development of the juvenile brain. Price said Sharpes behavior was behavior an adult would never do, because adult brains are fully developed. We know better because were adults, Price told the courtroom. Adults know better, children, for the most part, do not. READ: What the admitted Freeman HS shooter told detectivesProsecutor Larry Haskell argued that Sharpe knew the extent of his actions. He called on Detective Scott Bonney, who interviewed Sharpe immediately after the shooting. Bonney told the court Sharpe said he had been planning the shooting for two years and said, I know I did something for once and Im not a failure. How can anyone walk down that hallway without thinking of tragedy Price asked the courtroom. Price said the decision was one of most difficult decisions hes ever been required to make. No one can explain why, Price said about the suspected shooter carrying out the attack. Sharpe did not reconsider what hed done after he shot Strahan. With Sharpe being tried as an adult, he could face life in prison if convicted. He will return to court on August 16 for his arraignment.

The Pacific Northwest Inlander
The Pacific Northwest Inlander

1227 W Summit Pkwy
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 325-0634

Website

Drag is: art, empowerment, character, always changing and never shying away from controversy
06/06/2019 3:30am

Pride Issue It only takes an hour for Jason Johnson, a soft-spoken 50-year-old man, to completely transform into Nova Kaine, a female torch singer who can lip sync the hell out of a Judy Garland song and is always equipped with a killer zinger.

Idaho prides itself on personal freedoms, but one child bride explains how her parents' freedom cost her dearly
03/28/2019 3:30am

Angel Dwyers family came to North Idaho for the beautiful log cabin home they were able to buy in the middle of nowhere, not too far from the pristine waters of Priest Lake.

In the battle over the Catholic Church's soul, Spokane's current and former bishops fight on different sides
03/07/2019 3:30am

The so-called Summer of Shame had set the stage for Novembers meeting of U.S. bishops.

The Spokesman-Review
The Spokesman-Review

999 W Riverside Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 459-5000

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