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WSDOT: Camp Hope down to 433 people, state looking for housing

SPOKANE, Wash. — As the Washington State Department of Transportation looks to find housing for people at Camp Hope, they released statistics on the camp for the winter. WSDOT says as of November 25, there are 433 people living at Camp Hope. There were 467 people living there according to a census on November 4, meaning the camp population has...
SPOKANE, WA
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EWU basketball game postponed due to hazardous road conditions

SPOKANE, Wash. — The Eastern Washington Eagles’ basketball game against Northwest University has been postponed due to hazardous road conditions and the Snoqualmie Pass being closed. The game was scheduled for Wednesday at 6 p.m. There is no rescheduled date for the game at this time. The Eagles’ next game against South Dakota State will continue as scheduled on Saturday...
CHENEY, WA

PHOTOS: Extreme Team’s Making Spirits Bright lights at Cowley Park

Mark Peterson and the Extreme Team weren’t at Cowley Park today, but they’ve made some great progress! The Christmas lights aren’t on quite yet, but they will be Thursday night. Volunteers from Avista, Horizon Credit Union, Ace Hardware, and the National Utility Contractors Association helped hang up lights all over the park on Monday and Tuesday. Stay tuned for the...

Spokane County crews continuing to plow snow

SPOKANE, Wash. — Crews from Spokane County are still plowing snow to help keep your drive safe. Road crews from Spokane County have been working 12-hour shifts, plowing and creating better traction on roads. As the storm continues to move into the area, road crews are focusing on clearing emergency routes and the main roads. Spokane County says to work...
SPOKANE COUNTY, WA

LIST: Spokane County libraries closed

SPOKANE, Wash. – All Spokane County Library District facilities are closed for Wednesday, Nov. 30 because of extreme weather. The closure is in place for the following locations: Airway Height Library Argonne Library and Administrative Offices Cheney Library Deer Park Library Fairfield Library Medical Lake Library Moran Prairie Library North Spokane Library Otis Orchards Library Spokane Valley Library The BookEnd...
SPOKANE COUNTY, WA

Snow plows working to keep Spokane roads safe

SPOKANE, Wash.–Spokane Public Works is working to keep your drive safe. Today, Spokane Public Works is plowing emergency routes and major arterials, to clear roadways for your daily commute. However, SPW is asking those who can afford to work from home to stay home. For those on the road today, Spokane Public works says to carry emergency gear– that includes...
SPOKANE, WA

WSDOT Plow hit by car early Wednesday morning

SPOKANE, Wash.– Washington State Department of Transportation East says a car hit one of its snowplows early this morning. WSDOT says the driver was moving too fast, running into the side of the plow. The plow was not damaged and no one was injured. WSDOT is asking drivers to slow down and give crews space while they clear the roads....
WASHINGTON STATE

Extreme Team: Christmas lights at Cowley Park nearly finished

SPOKANE, Wash. — Holiday lights will soon be returning to Cowley Park, a yearly tradition carried out by Mark Peterson and the Extreme Team. The team’s been hard at work, getting as much done as possible before Wednesday’s winter storm. Once it’s all said and done though, the snow will make for an amazing backdrop when we flip the switch...
SPOKANE, WA

Shortage in amoxicillin raising concerns for families with sick children

SPOKANE, Wash. — ‘Tis the season for strep throat, bronchitis and bacterial infections, and a shortage of a widely-used antibiotic is now causing a major headache. Administrators with Spokane Schools say the absentee rate right now is double what it normally is. The country’s short supply of amoxicillin is not helping the situation. Families across the country are struggling to...
SPOKANE, WA