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1201 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 448-6000



4103 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

(509) 448-2000


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.


3911 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

(504) 437-800



500 W Boone
Spokane, WA   Directions

(509) 324-4000


Proposed program would let Spokane students ride the bus for free this summer
05/20/2019 10:45am

A free summer bus service for Spokane students could soon be in the works. On Monday night, the Spokane City Council will hear a proposal for the Summer Youth Card Pilot Program. If passed, the service would allow District 81 students to ride the STA bus system for free and access all free city services during the summer. The goal is to drive demand for, and break down barriers to, accessing City services. Joint marketing will help drive awareness. Access to public transportation services will help make access to City events and services more convenient and drive use, the proposal reads. The Summer Youth Card would be available for students from June 13-September 15 and would be provided to students at Spokane Public Libraries. The Spokane City Council will hear the proposal at Mondays meeting, beginning at 6:00 p.m. Catch up on the days news and look ahead to tomorrow by signing up for the Daily Local email newsletter from KXLY4. Headlines, events, and staff picks every weeknight at 8 p.m. Sign up HERE to get your news on the D.L.

Meet Bud, the Navy's only golden retriever working dog
05/20/2019 10:15am

NAVAL STATION NORFOLK, Va WTKR via CNN Wire -- When you see military K-9s in action, its usually a German shepherd or something similar. But in the U.S. Navy, theres a new breed in town.Bud the golden retriever began working at Naval Station Norfolk in January and is one of the newest military working dogs on base. He may be one of the most popular dog breeds in the country, but hes truly one of a kind.Hes the only golden retriever in the Navy, said MA1 Dustin Tyler, who trained Bud. He is young and hes a different dog, but hes one of the best dogs we have in our kennel.Bud, who is two years old, was scouted last year. MA1 Tyler said the Navy looks at things like temperament and drive, and took a chance on Bud. He turned out to be a great pick, he said.Spending months working on detection, the safety of the base and the people on it falls on Buds cold nose. He spends of a lot of time looking through cars headed through the base gates. Hes looking for things that are not allowed on base, said Officer Brian Gardill , Buds handler.If Bud finds something, hell give Gardill a signal and from that point, Ill act accordingly, Gardill said.

A cloudy and cool Monday ahead-- but it'll be dry!
05/20/2019 9:22am

Today will be a dry day-- unless you live on the Palouse. There, you could see some rain showers later this afternoon.For the rest of the Inland Northwest, Monday will be cloudy and mid-60s with a high of 66 degrees. As the week continues well see a gradual warm up, and should return to the mid- to high-70s for your Memorial Day weekend. Catch up on the days news and look ahead to tomorrow by signing up for the Daily Local email newsletter from KXLY4. Headlines, events, and staff picks every weeknight at 8 p.m. Sign up HERE to get your news on the D.L.

Road work beginning on Maple, Ash this week
05/20/2019 9:21am

The weather is dry and warm again which means its that time of year. Thats right, get ready for road construction...everywhere.On Monday, crews will be starting on a new grind and overlay project on Maple and Ash Street.Work on Maple Street will be happening between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. throughout the course of the project. All work on Ash Street will be happening between 7 a.m. and 9 p.m.Both roads will remain open, but multiple lanes will be closed during the stated times from Rowan to Francis Avenue.Make sure you plan accordingly if you take those roads during your daily routine.More information on other road closures and work can be found on the citys website. Catch up on the days news and look ahead to tomorrow by signing up for the Daily Local email newsletter from KXLY4. Headlines, events, and staff picks every weeknight at 8 p.m. Sign up HERE to get your news on the D.L.

Report: 11 killed in bar shooting in Brazil
05/20/2019 9:21am

Media reports say six women and five men were killed by a gang of gunmen at a bar in Brazils northern Para state Sunday, The Associated Press said.State officials told the wire service that it was a massacre, but gave no further details.According to the G1 news website, police said that seven gunmen were involved and they arrived at the bar on a motorcycle and in three cars, the AP said. One person was also wounded.The federal government sent National Guard troops to the city to reinforce security in March, the AP said.The country had a record 64,000 homicides in 2017, 70 percent of which were committed with firearms, official statistics said.Most of the violence is gang-related, the AP reported. One of new President Jair Bolsonaros campaign promises was to loosen the countrys strict gun laws. Upstanding citizens should be able to defend themselves with legally bought guns, he said. He has made two presidential decress that make good on that promise, but federal prosecutors are trying to get the courts to block the move.G1 reported that all of the victims had been shot in the head, the Guardian said.Of course we have some lines of investigation, which are confidential, but all of them will be analysed very carefully, very strictly, the secretary of public security in Par, Ualame Machado, said.

The Pacific Northwest Inlander

1227 W Summit Pkwy
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 325-0634


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.

A WSU researcher lived with grizzly bears in Alaska. She came away convinced humans and grizzlies can coexist
01/17/2019 3:30am

A small seaplane drops her off and flies back toward civilization, leaving Joy Erlenbach there among the bears and the wild.

A guide to utilizing your leftover cannabis
01/17/2019 3:00am

The most common and easiest option for those looking to use up leftover cannabis say, stems or leftover shake, parts of flower that have broken off buds is to make some infused tea.

The Spokesman-Review

999 W Riverside Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 459-5000


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