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Stevens County Sheriff looking for missing 24-year-old man in Deep Lake
MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. — Steven’s County Sheriff's Office is asking for the public’s help locating a missing 24-year-old man. Jason Anderson was last seen in the area of Deep Lake where his family has a cabin. His car was located in the area, but Anderson has not...
Spokane apartment the scene of two SWAT standoffs in 6 months
SPOKANE, Wash.— An apartment on the South Hill was the scene of two SWAT standoffs in the last six months, according to a news release from Spokane police. Police responded to the 2800 block of East 30th Avenue on Sunday based on a report that two men were displaying and pointing a sawed-off shotgun. Before police could arrive, the two men ran, the release said. A K9 team was able to track the two to an apartment in the 3100 block of South Mt. Vernon...
Spokane police find probable cause of 2nd-degree assault by Sheriff’s Office Sergeant
SPOKANE, Wash.- An investigation by the Spokane Police Department has found probable cause of 2nd-degree assault by Spokane County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Clay Hilton, who allegedly beat a man for parking illegally last August. Hilton was placed on administrative leave on Sept. 29, 2023 after Spokane County Sheriff John...
Spokane man's drunken forklift rampage in store causes thousands in damages
Spokane, WA (CBS2) — A Spokane man has been arrested for stealing a forklift and driving it into the glass doors of a store. According to the Spokane Valley Police Department 54-year-old Matthew D. Fischer stole the forklift that had been parked in the garden area of the store. Fischer then elevated the arms of the forklift to chest height and drove it into the sliding glass doors causing an estimated $5,000-$7,000 in damages.
Prepare for spring at Spokane's 46th annual home & yard show
SPOKANE, Wash. - If you are looking to get your home and yard ready for spring, the 46th annual Home & Yard Show could have what you are looking for. It's February 22-25, at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center. There will be over 250 exhibits showing the latest in-home improvements, decorating, and landscaping.
Kidder Mathews Sells Airway Heights Apartment Complex for $3.6M
Kidder Mathews represented the seller in the sale of The Autumn Leaf Furnished Apartments in Airway Heights, Washington. Max Frame of the Simon and Anderson team, a multifamily investment team at Kidder Mathews, facilitated the transaction of the property located at 12911 West 13th Avenue for $3.59 million. The closing follows an active year for the team, which included 39 completed transactions.
Jelly Roll announces Spokane Arena concert
SPOKANE, Wash. — Jelly Roll will be visiting the Spokane area for the third year in a row. In August, the country music star will make a stop at Spokane Arena as part of his newly announced Beautifully Broken tour. He will be joined by Warren Zeiders & Alexandra Kay.
Spokane Fire Department offers update on violent car crash
SPOKANE, Wash.- The Spokane Fire Department is offering new information on a Feb. 19 car crash at the intersection of East Sprague and Myrtle which resulted in an overturned car and two hospitalizations. According to the department, an Audi SUV speeding eastbound through the intersection was at fault for the...
Spokane City Council’s annual retreat to take place on Friday
SPOKANE, Wash.- The Spokane City Council will gather for an annual retreat on Feb. 23 to discuss administrative issues. The event, at which City Council President Betsy Wilkerson and Mayor Lisa Brown will both offer remarks, will take place at the Spokane Pavilion. It will be open to the public,...
In Custody: Three 18-Year-Olds Detained in WA Jail for Suspected Involvement in Shooting, Chase
Three 18-year-olds are currently held in Spokane County jail on $500,000 bonds for their suspected involvement in a high-speed chase and deadly shooting near the University District on February 16th.
Volunteers of America's Mardi Bras fundraiser gathers essential items for local women in need
Any woman can imagine the horror of starting their menstrual cycle only to realize they’re completely without any hygiene products. This is the harsh reality often experienced by many unhoused women, and which Volunteers of America Eastern Washington seeks to address via its annual Mardi Bras fundraiser. “I don’t...
Spokane and Coeur d'Alene forecast
Clouds and Mild today. Patchy fog for Friday then Partly cloudy and mild. Saturday will be partly cloudy and mild. Showers, rain or snow for Sunday and Windy into Monday. Possible light snow for Tuesday and cool.
Trailer sustains damage after fire in Airway Heights
AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. — A trailer sustains damage after a fire broke out Wednesday night. Just after 8 p.m. on Feb. 21, Spokane County Fire District 10 (SCFD10) revived a call for a trailer with smoke sowing in Airway Heights near West 13th Avenue, according to the SCFD10 chief.
Spokane Valley Resident Arrested for Illegal Occupation and Damage of Vacant Home
Spokane Valley Deputies arrested Jason A. Swan, a suspect accused of burglarizing a vacant home. Swan claimed the house, located on E. Main in Spokane Valley, was his. The property was being overseen by the family of the deceased homeowner. Swan was found on-site, claiming he had been living there for a few days with the permission of a friend.
Local Residents Alert: 'Flushable' Wipes Cause Costly Plumbing Issues and Sewer Blockages
Wipes, even those labeled as 'flushable', do not break down like toilet paper. This can cause blockages in sewer pipes, pump stations, and treatment plants. It can also lead to expensive plumbing problems. Public Works suggests not flushing these wipes. They don't dissolve and can block sewers.
Eastern Washington University Dominates Big Sky All-Academic Honors in Fall Sports
FARMINGTON, Utah — Eastern Washington University set the standard in the Big Sky with 82 student-athletes earning Big Sky All-Academic Awards. The total is the most of all conference and football affiliated institutions. Student-athlete qualify for the award if the meet the following minimum requirements: 1) Participated in at least half of the team's competitions; 2) Achieved a 3.2 cumulative grade point average (on a 4.0 scale) at the conclusion of the most recently completed term; 3) Completed at least one academic term at his/her current Big Sky institution. Cross Country student-athletes must have participated in at least half of...
No one injured after house fire in north Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. — No one was injured after a house caught fire in north Spokane Wednesday evening. According to Spokane County Fire District 9 (SCFD9), a call came in around 6:50 on Feb. 21, saying a fire was coming from their dryer. When fire crews arrived, smoke was coming from the home.
Woman shot herself during attempted robbery and police chase, according to court docs
SPOKANE, Wash. - Four teen suspects and a woman planned to rob a man before the woman shot herself during a police chase in northeast Spokane last week, according to new court documents.
⛅The showers are coming to an end, but the clouds and fog will stick around for Thursday - Kris
The showers will come to an end by Thursday, but the damp, cloudy, foggy weather will continue for another mostly gray day. Despite the gloom, temperatures will be running above average.
Free car club available for Kia and Hyundai owners in Spokane
SPOKANE, WA -- A recent increase in car thefts has prompted the Spokane Police Department to…