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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


Mobile Recreation aims to keep local youth active over summer
06/16/2019 9:21pm

On Monday, Spokane Parks and Recreation begins Mobile Recreation: a program inviting local youth to get out and play in a variety of free activities in parks throughout the city.They aim to offer safe, local, free programs that allow kids to go outside and be active with their peers throughout the summer months. The events feature both active and passive recreation opportunities, all following a weekly theme.There is no check-in or check-out participants can come by any time during Mobile Recreation hours.Mobile Recreation operates June 17 through August 22, Mondays through Thursdays from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.Park Locations:Mondays: Grant Park1015 S. Arthur St.Tuesdays: Friendship Park631 E. Greta Ave.Wednesdays: A.M. Cannon Park1511 N. Elm St.Thursdays: Cannon Hill Park1831 W. 19th Ave. 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.

'I'm speechless right now': Spokane man overcomes addiction to spend Father's Day with kids
06/16/2019 9:14pm

For many, the third Sunday in June brings memories of spending time with dad, doing what they love most. But for a certain group of men in Spokane, Fathers Day hasnt always been the most joyous occasion -- until today.Just ask Jos Eriza. For the first time in two years, Jos is celebrating Fathers Day alongside his children.It feels, its -- Im speechless right now, he said.This time last year, Jos spent Fathers Day alone. His kids were in foster care after his drug addiction tore them away from him. I thought I had it under control because I was able to go to work and do what I needed to do, Jos said. There was a moment where I wanted to just throw my hands up and say I give up.Thats when his pastor turned him onto SpoFI.I was hesitant about it because I didnt really know, I thought I had everything under control, he remembers.Morning and night, two times a week for 12 weeks, Jose formed a brotherhood with the dozens of dads in the program as he worked to prove to his kids -- and a judge -- he could handle fatherhood without turning to drugs.He gives us the credit but he did the work, said SpoFI president and founder Ron Hauenstein.Now clean and sober for 18 months, Jos has his kids back. And he doesnt plan on losing them again.I think I have changed and grown, not just only as me who I am, but as a father for my kids, he said. It was something, that I was worth it. That I can be able to show my kids that I dont give up my fighting. 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.

Vets Garage calls on community for support
06/17/2019 12:42am

There was a time, not long ago, that the future of Vets Garage was uncertain. Last year, the nonprofit was renting a shop near downtown Spokane, searching for a new place to settle. The group found a place to rent in Hillyard, but with the change came some challenges. Dave Bond is a Marine Corp veteran who teaches and relies on Vets Garage. He said he enjoys working with other veterans on special projects. We kind of knew each other. We understand each others quirks, Bond said. Theres a lot more discipline and people are here to seriously learn, Bond said. The nonprofit offers classes in integrated health, like creative writing and Tai Chi. There are woodworking courses and other chances to learn how to use the computer numeric controlled router machine CNC.Theyre not just learning new trades at Vets Garage, theyre learning how to live after surviving war. Director Rich Baker said Vets Garage is a safe space to figure out how to move forward. Part of what Vets Garage is about is kind of reintegrating the veterans into civilian life, to try and make sure they have something to do while processing through PTSD and also to kind of give them a trade, Baker said. Even though the nonprofits space looks different than it did a year ago, the goal remains the same.Theres something out there for them who cares about knowing what they go through, Baker said.But to do that work, they have to first pay the rent.Vets Garage didnt have that bill at their last rental, but they do now. Thats why theyve started a paid membership program. Thats open to both veterans and civilians. Vets pay $30 per month to use the space and everyone else pays $40.But, many of their past clients dont know theyve moved or have a hard time getting to Hillyard. Thats why Baker said they need support now, more than ever.This is a program for us as veterans. The vets need to step up because if they dont, the doors are going to close, Baker said.Nonprofit leaders are doing all they can to make sure that doesnt happen. They encourage anyone who wants to get involve to join their membership program, donate time, money or supplies.Vets Garage is now located at 3915 E Francis Avenue, Suite C10. Call 509-919-3176 for more information or visit www.vetsgaragespokane.com. 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.

Man arrested at Drag Queen Story Hour protest
06/16/2019 5:17pm

One man was arrested on Saturday during a protest against the South Hill Librarys Drag Queen Story Hour.According to police,he was arrested for obstruction and was the only arrest for the event.KXLY4 tried to get more information on who was arrested and why, but Spokane Police told our station to check back on Monday.RELATED: HUNDREDS TURN OUT TO SUPPORT, PROTEST DRAG QUEEN STORY HOUR AT THE SOUTH HILL PUBLIC LIBRARYThe protest, that was held simultaneously with the story hour, came after staunch disagreement with the librarys decision to host drag queens for a childrens event.This is a developing story, and will be updated when more information becomes available. 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.

New scam targets the parents of missing children
06/15/2019 9:45pm

A new scam is targeting some of the most vulnerable people: the parents of missing children, KMGH in Denver reported.Rick and Booja Jain say their 15-year -old son Ritesh went missing Sunday. They searched for hours and the next day received a disturbing text message.This is to let your know that Ritesh was kidnapped by myself and my men. You are warned not to tell anyone or the cops about this or he dies, the message read.The alleged kidnappers demanded $4,000.The family called police and learned this was nothing more than a scam.They said, This is nothing big, people got your number off the way you were advertising and thats probably whats happening, they are trying to get money from you. I can assure you they dont have your child, Rick Jain said.Like many parents of missing children, the Jains posted on Facebook and other social media sites looking for help finding their son. Police believe thats exactly how these scammers are finding their victims.You dont take advantage of people while they are down, thats exactly what they are doing. Were desperate, we are willing to do anything to get our son back we have been day and night looking for him, he said.Ritesh was found and is home with his family. But his father is shocked how low-life thieves will go to take advantage of people.If he would have sent me a picture or he would have sent me what clothes he was wearing or anything I wouldnt have paid them and he did not.

The Pacific Northwest Inlander
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
The Spokesman-Review

999 W Riverside Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 459-5000


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