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1201 W Sprague Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

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Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

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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.



3911 S Regal St
Spokane, WA 99223   Directions

(504) 437-800



500 W Boone
Spokane, WA   Directions

(509) 324-4000

Police surround home near Division and Sinto
12/19/2018 1:49am

Spokane Police surrounded a home near Division and Sinto late Tuesday night.An officer tells KXLY4s Kyle Simchuck that one person has sustained non-life-threatening injuries, but did not specify how that person was injured.At 11:30 p.m., officers had the house surrounded and were using a loudspeaker to order someone to come out of the house.This is a developing story. We will update it as soon as we have more information. 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.

Facebook, Google to pay Washington state $400,000 in fees from campaign finance cases
12/19/2018 12:23am

Washington Attorney General Bob Ferguson released a statement Tuesday afternoon announcing that tech-giants Facebook and Google are slated to pay Washington state over $400,000 in fines after the companies failed to keep track of who was paying for campaign advertisements on their platforms.The fines follow from lawsuits that Ferguson originally filed this summer. The charges to the companies stem from the 1972 Fair Campaign Practices Act, which states that all political advertisers are required to keep track of who is purchasing advertising and make sure that information is accessible to the public. Facebook and Google did not do either of those things, according to the lawsuits.Whether you are a small-town newspaper or a large corporation, Washingtons political advertising disclosure laws apply to everyone, Ferguson said in the statement.According to official documents, Washington state candidates and various political committees recorded that they paid $1.5 million and $5.1 million dollars to Google and Facebook for advertising, respectively. Ferguson says that the funds received from the cases will go to Washingtons Public Disclosure Transparency account, which is a part of the state treasury. Washington State Legislature outlines that the subsequent lawsuit funds must be used for implementation of chapter 304, which is dedicated to reporting campaign finance. 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.

Stranger surprises family after vandal destroyed Christmas decoration
12/18/2018 10:20pm

A Spokane familys Christmas spirit was restored after a strangers gift appeared in their yard. Sunday night, a vandal was caught on camera slicing into an inflatable Santa and reindeer decoration at the Caraways home in the Garland neighborhood. They shared the story with KXLY 4 News to raise awareness about the crime and encourage people to report the criminal to prevent this from happening to someone else. By Tuesday, a total stranger, only identified in a card as Santas Helpers, dropped off a new inflatable decoration and chocolate. url:,authorname:Ariana Lake,authorurl:,html:&ltblockquote classtwitter-tweet&gt&ltp langen dirltr&gtThere are still good people in the world. Sunday--a vandal destroyed a &lta href familys Christmas display. Today--after seeing the news coverage on it--someone left this new decoration and card in that familys yard &lta href &lta href &lta href Ariana Lake arianaKXLY &lta href 19, 2018&lt/a&gt&lt/blockquote&gtn&ltscript async src charsetutf-8&gt&lt/script&gtn,width:550,height:null,type:rich,cacheage:3153600000,providername:Twitter,providerurl:,version:1.0 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.

Local couple calls SFD's small gesture, a 'Christmas Miracle'
12/18/2018 9:01pm

A small gesture is making a big impact on a local family this holiday season. An elderly Spokane couple want to shine a light on firefighters who gave them a Christmas miracle theyll never forget.It was a McReynolds Family Christmas tradition, turned holiday nightmare.Randle McReynolds was putting up Christmas lights with his wife, Sara, when he unfortunately fell onto the concrete driveway.Randle left with emergency crews in an ambulance. What happened after he left, is what his family is calling, a selfless act from local firefighters.I was putting up Christmas lights on the eave behind me, Randle said.My job was to observe and say - good job, good job, Sara said.And Id got done halfway through to come down on that little step stool, Randle said.Hit the next step and lost his balance and pirouetted around, Sara said.It threw me off balance. And I ended up about eight feet out into the driveway face down, Randle said.I couldnt stop him, it was too fast, Sara said.Randle broke his shoulder and bruised his ribs.The Perry Street Fire Station showed up before the ambulance, and they made sure I was warm, Randle said.AMR took him to the hospital, while firefighters stayed with Sara.And Im thinking - what more could you do You got him stabilized, you got him on his way to the hospital, Sara said.Their offer was something she never expected.They said - can we finish putting your lights up for you. Thats when I almost lost it, Sara said.For the firefighters who helped put up the lights - they said its just part of their daily duty.The reason we came on to the fire department is to help people, and its just very satisfying to be able to do that everyday, said firefighter Jesse Ayotte, Spokane Fire Department.But for the McReynolds family, it was much more than that. In their eyes, its a Christmas miracle. That was way beyond the call of duty, Sara said.Randles shoulder and ribs are slowly healing. Doctors said, hell just have to put up with leaving his arm in a sling for a while, then he should be good as new. 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

The Pacific Northwest Inlander

1227 W Summit Pkwy
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 325-0634

How one man's quest to spread Christmas cheer led to a miserable four-year war with his neighborhood
11/29/2018 6:00am

When Jeremy Morris smiles or otherwise bares his teeth you can see his braces: red on top, green on bottom, his pearly whites dressed in Christmas colors.

Season's Sights and Sounds: Holiday Guide 2018
11/21/2018 3:30am

Whether you enjoy it or not, get ready, because for the next four weeks, holiday movies, music, commercials and TV specials are going to be everywhere.

Though homeless himself, James Welch does whatever he can to help others in need
11/21/2018 3:30am

On the first Saturday night in November, Creighton James Welch call him James or Craty pulls his blue rolling cooler filled with supplies behind him as he shuffles into the Spokane Transit Authority Plaza.

The Real Fight Against Fake News: Project Censored's top 10 underreported stories
11/08/2018 3:30am

The free press is under attack bullied, body-slammed and, in extreme instances, chopped up with a bone saw.

The Weekly Miracle: How the Inlander gets done
10/18/2018 2:00am

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.

The Spokesman-Review

The Spokesman-Review

999 W Riverside Ave
Spokane, WA 99201   Directions

(509) 459-5000

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