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1201 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201 Directions
Senate Democrats have elected Sen. Andy Billig of Spokane to be their new leader.
The spokesman for the Yakima Police Department was placed on administrative leave last month as the agency investigates his role in an alleged road rage incident. Citing public records, the Herald-Republic reports that a...
A fire official says seven horses were killed when a barn in south King County went up in flames.
The spokesman for the Yakima Police Department was placed on administrative leave last month as the agency investigates his role in an alleged road rage incident.
A University of Utah track athlete who was killed by a sex offender parolee she had briefly dated has been buried in her hometown of Pullman, Washington.
4103 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223 Directions
The Spokane Fire Department is currently involved in a water recovery mission near the Monroe Street Bridge.
A man will spend the rest of his life in prison for strangling his wife and her daughter in Post Falls.
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Police have arrested one person and are looking for two more connected to a shooting in the Idaho desert.
A new business in Spokane is helping people freeze away their pain, one session at a time.
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Early Sunday morning, Spokane County Sheriffs Deputies responded to an occupied residential burglary in progress. The suspect fled on foot as the Deputies arrived at the location. Around 5:00 a.m., the resident of a home in the 2200 block of N. Government Way reported hearing footsteps and loud banging outside her home. The victim stated she had locked herself in the bedroom and she continued to provide updated information on the noises. Several Deputies responded to the location and approached the residence. Deputies noticed a male, with a bandana over his face, trying to exit the home with several items in his hands. When confronted by authorities, the suspect, later identified as 42-year-old Bryan T. Ferguson, fled on foot north into the trees. Once they lost sight of him, a perimeter was quickly established with the help of Spokane Police, Airway Heights Police and Kalispel Tribal Police Officers and Washington State Patrol Troopers. Deputy Hilton and his partner K9 Bane arrived at the scene and began to track and locate Ferguson. K9 was able track him into a small ditch and made contact with Ferguson as he tried to conceal himself in the tall weeds and brush. Ferguson, a convicted felon, was later transported and booked into the Spokane County Jail where his identity was discovered along with two felony warrants for Burglary.Ferguson was charged with new charges of second degree Residential Burglary, second degree Malicious Mischief and second degree Vehicle prowling, stemming from this incident. Get your weather forecast from people that actually live in your community. We update with short, easy-to-use video forecasts you can watch on your phone every day. Download the iOS or Android app here.
ST. LOUIS KTVI -- A dog who gave everything she had to a litter of puppies has been repaid with the ultimate gift.This story begins three years ago on a hot summer day in southern Missouri. A dog named Star was found in a plywood box with a litter of puppies. They had no food or water, according to Shannon Flegle, DVM and owner of Murphy Animal Hospital in High Ridge.Star had given birth to 13 puppies and nine survived, according to KTVI. She was severely dehydrated and undernourished, but her puppies were thriving.By the time Star arrived at Murphy Animal Hospital, Flegle said, Star was in advanced kidney failure and having seizures. However, after several weeks of medical care, she bounced back. She was adopted by Flegle and her husband Jeff.Star was doing well until one day this summer she began vomiting and would not eat, Flegle said. Tests showed Stars kidneys were failing.Flegle said she gave Star intravenous fluids, supplements, and tried acupuncture. When those options did not work, she began to consider more extreme options like dialysis and a kidney transplant, both of which are rare for dogs.Flegle found a surgeon at the University of Wisconsin-Madison UW who would consider Stars case but only if they had a familial match for the kidney.Fortunately for Star, many of her puppies were still in the St. Louis area, and Flegle still kept in contact with a few of the families who adopted Stars puppies.One of the puppies was adopted by the Murray family. They named her Elsa.It just really seemed like she picked us at the time, said Jenny Murray.The Murray family was part of the group of people who had adopted Stars puppies and kept in contact. However, Murray was not prepared for the call she got this summer.She said, I have a crazy question for you, said Murray.Through tears, Flegle explained to Murray about Stars health problems and the need for a kidney transplant. Flegle asked Murray to reach out to the puppies families to see if anyone would be willing to get their dog tested.I could tell this was a mom, this was her baby, you know, said Murray. She was going to do what she needed to do to save her baby.Murray had a human family member who received a kidney from a living donor, and she felt like this was a great way to help out another family. However, she could not make this decision alone.Murray consulted with her husband, Patrick, and children: Isaac, 10, Audrey, 7, and Claire, 5. They discussed the risks and benefits and decided to help.Murray said to her kids, This is Elsas chance to save her mom, and theyre like, Oh, so shes a heroOn Oct. 10, surgeons at UW performed the rare transplant surgery on the mother and daughter.And 36 hours later, her blood work was normal, said Flegle.Both dogs are back home in the St. Louis area recovering. Similar to humans, the one kidney in each dog will grow to compensate for the missing one. Both are expected to live normal lives.
As part of an ongoing commitment to fighting hunger in the local community, Gonzaga University will host its fourth-annual peanut butter and jelly sandwich drive to benefit numerous local non-profit organizations serving the Spokane area. The Universitys dining team will oversee the event, welcoming volunteers from both on and off campus who will help prepare sandwiches. The event will be held on campus on November 13 from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.The peanut butter and jelly sandwich drive is sponsored by Sodexo, Gonzagas campus dining partner, which will donate all ingredients and supplies. The company is a long-time supporter of hunger-fighting efforts, both through local events and through larger initiatives. Get your weather forecast from people that actually live in your community. We update with short, easy-to-use video forecasts you can watch on your phone every day. Download the iOS or Android app here.
The Spokane Regional Clean Air Agency forecasted the air quality for Monday and Tuesday to reach the unhealthy for sensitive groups level.The agency says strong night-time inversions combined with calm winds and poor ventilation trapped fine particulates near the surface. Get your weather forecast from people that actually live in your community. We update with short, easy-to-use video forecasts you can watch on your phone every day. Download the iOS or Android app here.
Clearwater county homeowners called 911 when they woke to a fire alarm inside their house at 185 Old Ahsahka Grade Rd. Sunday night.58-year-old Pamela Stamper and 71-year-old Gerrard Stamper had gotten out of the house by the time Clearwater County Sheriffs Office and the Orofino Fire Department arrived, but the fire had spread.The sheriffs office says the flames began in the chimney and spread to the attic. The home is now a total loss. Get your weather forecast from people that actually live in your community. We update with short, easy-to-use video forecasts you can watch on your phone every day. Download the iOS or Android app here.
The Pacific Northwest Inlander
1227 W Summit Pkwy
Spokane, WA 99201 Directions
The free press is under attack bullied, body-slammed and, in extreme instances, chopped up with a bone saw.
A rolling hum swells against the walls of the Griffin Publishing printing plant in Spokane Valley as machinery feeds the final ad inserts into the Sept. 13 edition of the Inlander.
If Isaiah Muse were a superhero, he would be the Flash.
Chauncy Welliver is walking his fat ass up these stairs again.
Once upon time, newspapers saw it as part of their mission not only to deliver the important news of the day, but also to entertain readers with stories with riveting, fully developed novels told in short installments.
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