Millwood, WA

Do You Know Who Washington’s Homeless Are? Guess Again

Our recent article on Spokane's "Camp Hope," Washington's largest homeless community, prompted many responses from readers. Most of which were along the lines of "people are homeless by choice." Or they're homeless because of drug addiction. Or they're "too lazy to get a job." These are common reactions that you've no doubt heard before. But are they true?
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Fences to go up around Camp Hope this week

SPOKANE, Wash. — Changes are on the horizon for people living in and near Camp Hope. The Department of Transportation-owned land has become a source of frustration and disagreement among the city, state and county. On Monday, we’re told that fencing will soon go up around the perimeter, and along with that, enforcements on when those campers can come and go.
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Washington gas prices are rising again: Here’s why

SPOKANE, Wash. — Washington is in the AAA top 10 this week for most expensive gas and largest weekly increase. Spokane County’s average gas price this week is $4.58 a gallon, and statewide that number is $4.92. It’s about a quarter difference in comparison to last week, and for most people, it’s adding up. “I’ve just watched it get higher...

Crash cleared from eastbound I-90

SPOKANE, Wash. — A multi-vehicle crash is now clear from eastbound I-90 in downtown Spokane. The crash occurred on eastbound I-90 near Division Street. All I-90 lanes and the Division Street exit are back open. There’s been another multi-vehicle crash on eastbound US 2 at Geiger Blvd. The left...

Sunny & hot with record highs expected today – Mark

Happy Tuesday! We’ll see record highs today with moderate air quality. Thursday there will be some showers, and we’re looking at a great weekend. A mild morning, but grab those sunglasses and get ready for a warm afternoon. We’re expecting a high of 88 degrees at around dinner time.
Spokane, Washington

SPD Needs Help Locating a Missing Person

Mr. Brown was located and will be ok, thank you for your assistance. SPD needs your help looking for a missing vulnerable adult. Spokane Police officers are looking for Thomas E. Brown (a 70 year old male) who walked away from his residence in the 3600 block of East 29th Ave. at about 10:00 PM tonight, Sunday September 25th.
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Warehouse fire burns twice overnight in Northeast Spokane

SPOKANE, Wash – Crews responded to a warehouse fire that has sparked up twice overnight near Northeast Spokane. Spokane Fire District 9 says they responded to a call around 10 p.m. on Sept. 25 and when they initially arrived, the fire was small and they were able to completely put it out. Then at 2:30 a.m. on Sept. 26 they responded to another call for the same location. When they arrived, the fire was much bigger.
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Spokane ushers in autumn this weekend with Fall Fest 2022!

SPOKANE, Wash. – Autumn is officially upon us, and the City of Spokane is celebrating this weekend with the WSECU Fall Fest 2022! The event will run Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 3-4 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Riverfront Park, with plenty to explore and enjoy. With a...

Can St. Mary's Basketball Upset Gonzaga This Year?

The college basketball season is almost back and on this episode of the Gonzaga Nation podcast Dan Dickau takes an in depth look at the 22-23 season for the St. Mary's mens basketball team.  Find out who he thinks will be key players and matchups to watch for with them this season. Dickau also ...

Teacher of the Month Tradition Continues

For more than 35 years, Eastern Washington University and its community partners have acknowledged outstanding area educators with the ‘Teacher of the Month’ award. With area schools back in session, the first award-winner of the new academic year was recently named — Brita Gulseth, an instructor for On Track Academy.