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Inland Northwest Honor Flight trip taking place Oct. 3

SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. — 99 veterans from the Inland Northwest will be traveling to Washington, D.C. to see their service memorials on Monday, Oct. 3. Inland Northwest Honor Flight (INWHF) will be taking two World War II (WII), seven Korean War and 90 Vietnam War veterans to see their memorials in Washington, DC. Isaac Comfort Dog will also travel as a guardian with the veterans.
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Camp Hope clearing date pushed back to mid-November

SPOKANE, Wash. — The deadline to clear Camp Hope has been pushed back. Officials with the City of Spokane confirmed the deadline to clear Camp Hope was changed to mid-November after Mayor Nadine Woodward asked Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich for more time beyond his initial promise to clear the camp by mid-October. The Sheriff’s Office says November 10 is a timeline...
Radio Ink

A Promotion to MD For A Morgan Murphy Media FM

He began his career in sports radio in 2005 in Spokane, and grew up in Venezuela. Now, he’s the new Music Director for Morgan Murphy Media’s “Big 99.9 Coyote Country.”. Earning the promotion at KXLY-FM in Spokane is Sean Widmer. Widmer will continue to serve as the...

Child knocked unconscious during football game at Horizon Middle School

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — A child was hit, knocked out, and taken to the hospital during a football game at Horizon Middle School. The Spokane Valley Fire Department says one player on the field was knocked unconscious during a kickoff. Those on the field around the player began performing CPR and applied an AED (automatic external defibrillator), though no shocks...

Non-Profit, WSDOT To Put Fences Around I-90 Homeless Camp As Spokane Sheriff Prepares to Clear Camp

(Spokane, WA) -- A non-profit is working with the Washington State Department of Transportation to put up a fence around the homeless camp near I-90. The D-O-T told reporters their goal is to start setting up the fence later this week, and until then the non-profit Jewels Helping Hands is working with people in the camp to clean up the border to clear the necessary space. This comes after Spokane County Sheriff Ozzie Knezovich said he plans on clearing the encampment by October 14th. When the fence goes up, a curfew from eight p.m. to eight a.m. will be put in effect for those in the camp.
KHQ Right Now

Local business jumps in on T.V. dinner trend

SPOKANE, Wash. - In 1925 T.V. dinners became an overwhelming success among Americans. As of recent, due to a Tiktok trend, Artesian T.V. dinners are making a big comeback. A tiktoker posted a video of their homemade T.V. dinner that got over 500 thousand likes. But you don't have to...

New Spokane County service reminds defendants about court dates

(The Center Square) – The Spokane County District Court has entered into an agreement with Pioneer Human Services to provide individuals with a phone call to remind them about upcoming court dates. The new program is intended to reduce failure to appear rates at first appearance dockets involving out-of-custody...

SCSO looking for victim who reported being held at gunpoint

SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — The Spokane County Sheriff’s Office is asking for your help finding a victim who was held at gunpoint in a road rage incident. A deputy was traveling south on Argonne Road near Trent Avenue when a man flagged down the deputy. The man, driving a red car, told the deputy that another man, later identified as 32-year-old Nathan H. Arguello, pointed a gun at him.
Bonner County Daily Bee

Chambers, Arnold united in marriage

Katie Chambers of Sandpoint, Idaho, and Ian Arnold of Spokane, Washington, were united in marriage at 6 p.m. on July 23, 2022 at Hickey Farms in Sandpoint. Katie is the daughter of Chris and Kathy Chambers of Sandpoint. She is the granddaughter of David and Judy Rose of Valrico, Florida, and of the late Bill and Marilyn Chambers of Sandpoint.

Coats 4 Kids kicks off on Wednesday

SPOKANE, Wash. — Colder temperatures are coming to the Inland Northwest, and kids are in need of warm clothes. Coats 4 Kids is celebrating its 38th year. Hosted by Chief Meteorologist Kris Crocker, 4 News Now collects coats to ensure every child in the Inland Northwest is warm during the winter months. 4 News Now has collected, cleaned and distributed...