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Unidentified body found in Clearwater River
NEZ PERCE, Idaho — The Nez Perce County Sheriff's Office (NPCSO) needs help identifying a body found in the Clearwater River. According to the NPCSO, deputies were dispatched after a body was found in the river near Gibbs Eddy. The man found has medium-length brown hair and a red beard, is 6 foot and weighs about 250 pounds.
The #1 Chinese restaurant in Spokane, according to Tripadvisor—plus, see the runners-up
Stacker compiled a list of the highest-rated Chinese restaurants in Spokane from Tripadvisor.
Spokane police searching for suspect after shooting in Spokane's Logan Neighborhood
SPOKANE, Wash. - The Spokane Police Department (SPD) is seeking the publics help in finding a shooting suspect following an incident in Spokane's Logan Neighborhood yesterday. Just after 1 p.m. on May 27, the Spokane Police Department responded to multiple reports of a shooting near the 900 block of East North Foothills Drive. When officers arrived at the scene, they found a man with gunshot wounds who was immediately transported to the hospital with life-threatening injuries.
Two injured after Logan shooting; multiple people detained
May 28—A shooting in the Logan neighborhood Saturday afternoon resulted in a multiagency SWAT incident in Liberty Lake later that night. Investigators asked for the public's help late Sunday in locating 33-year-old Ryan B. Shaules, who they say is a suspect in the shooting. Spokane Police officers responded to...
The Bold & the Beautiful: The Best Burgers in Spokane, WA
Every city has its hidden treasures, but in Spokane, Washington, those treasures come hot off the grill and nestled between two buns. Behold, the humble hamburger, a symphony of flavors that can be as simple or as complex as its composer desires. In the scenic landscape of Spokane, these edible gems aren’t just a quick bite—they are an art form. So, tighten your bib, and prepare to sink your teeth into some of the finest burgers that stand as the culinary equivalent of Spokane’s majestic Mount Spokane, tall, impressive, and simply unforgettable!
Law enforcement surrounds Liberty Lake home where man barricaded himself
Law enforcement from several agencies across Spokane County have surrounded a home in Liberty Lake. Police on scene said a man has barricaded himself in the house.
Spokane police investigating deadly crash near Division and Second
SPOKANE, Wash. – One person is dead following a vehicle versus pedestrian crash near Division Street between Second Avenue and Sprague Avenue. Around 9:15 p.m. on May 26 the Spokane Police Department responded to reports of a vehicle versus pedestrian crash. When first responders arrived on-scene the pedestrian was transported to the hospital using life-saving measures but later died from their injuries.
Christian Youth Theater in Spokane presents 'Mary Poppins'
Christian Youth Theater in Spokane will perform "Mary Poppins" through June 4! Their first performance was on Friday. You can find a complete list of their performance dates on their website, cytspokane.org.
Garage burglaries in Spokane up more than 50 percent, how you can protect your property
SPOKANE, Wash. - Recent data shows that garage burglaries are up 50% this year to date, according to Cpl. Nick Briggs, with Summer around the corner, more break-ins may be ahead.
How do you pronounce Spokane and Gonzaga? Don’t ask Hollywood, they keep getting it wrong
Actors who aren’t from the Pacific Northwest tend to mispronounce names of local places. Even when movies are set in the region.
SPD on the Hunt for Armed and Dangerous Suspects in Robbery Standoff
On May 25th at 9:15am, Spokane Police responded to an armed robbery call at an apartment building in Downtown Spokane. Multiple units including SWAT, Hostage Negotiations, and the Explosives Disposal Unit (EDU) responded and evacuated residents while locking down nearby businesses/organizations. However, the suspects, John R Gardner and Mary C Spencer, had already fled before the police arrived. Gardner is a 28-year-old black male and Spencer is a 28-year-old Native American female. Both are considered armed and dangerous.
Memorial Day forecast!
Memorial Day is looking to be full of perfect weather across the Inland Northwest, with sunshine and dry conditions on the way!. By Sunday night, most thunderstorm and shower activity will have dispersed east and south of Spokane and northern Idaho, making for a much calmer work week in comparison to what Memorial Day weekend brought to the region.
“I’ve seen situations where cops need to protect themselves ... This wasn’t one of them.”
Rough arrest of unhoused man sparks demands of reform and questions of why de-escalation protocols weren’t followed. Police accountability advocates are calling for an investigation into excessive force and possible failure to follow de-escalation protocols following an altercation on Thursday afternoon. A man who witnesses described as non-combative and frail was seen being slammed to the pavement in Downtown Spokane and subsequently videotaped being headlocked by a Spokane police officer.
Family needs help recovering property stolen from graveyard
SPOKANE, Wash. — A family is seeking help finding items that were stolen from a loved one's crypt at the Fairmount Memorial Park Cemetery in Spokane last month. Spokane Police Department Sergeant Brian Eckersley is helping the family track down items stolen from Patrick Keogh's crypt on April 6.
Dan Kleckner returns to KHQ to raise money for golf classic for veterans
SPOKANE, Wash. — The Inland Northwest stepped up big Saturday morning for the Dan Kleckner Golf Classic for veterans. Our connect center far exceeding the goal with your donations reaching more than $25,000.
Spokane wants to regulate AirBnBs (again). No one can prove their local impact.
New policies for short-term rentals try to strike a balance and actually have teeth. Spokane has had laws governing short-term rentals — residences rented on websites like AirBnb and VRBO for less than 30 days at a time — since 2015. Back then, the city council was trying to placate hoteliers and owners of traditional boutique hotels while also being proactive in following the lead of larger cities who sought to regulate these rentals when it became clear they were hurting renters.
Pop-up Storms Heading into Memorial Weekend
Quick hit thunderstorms have been popping up around the region on Friday. Some of them are bringing short-lived heavy rain and hail along with lightning. The low-pressure system responsible for these storms is sitting right along the Washington-Oregon border. It's expected to shift to the southeast over the next couple of days.
Spokane Convention Center set to host Christian and Missionary Alliance Citywide Convention
SPOKANE, Wash. — Visit Spokane will host the Christian and Missionary Alliance Council on May 29 to June 2, promising millions in economic impact for Spokane. The event is one of ten citywide conventions this year. These citywide events are different from regular meetings, because it brings many people to the city. That means more people using hotels, restaurants and other venues across Spokane.
Memorial Day events with Fairmount Memorial Association
SPOKANE, Wash. --- Every Memorial Day weekend, Fairmount Memorial Association hosts events that honor veterans who died in service and those who are still here in our community.
I Saw You
J TEAM: It's me, Lil P. I know this is your dream come true. I make dreams come true if you know what I mean. Wink wink. PARADE SPOTTING: I saw you on the sidewalk in the home stretch of the Lilac/Armed Forces Torchlight parade. From my position in the formation of Fallen Heroes banners, even in your wheelchair you stood out in your impeccable black dress uniform, and though I didn't catch your name or rank, I recognized the distinctive Trident of a Navy SEAL on your chest. You might be a Vietnam-era veteran or more recent; perhaps the scars of battle have added years to your countenance. But you rendered a crisp salute and held it rock-steady as we, the faces and names of the fallen heroes of our era, walked slowly by, never wavering in your honor and respect for our patriotism and valor. Thank you for reminding our families and friends carrying our images that our sacrifice mattered and will not be forgotten. I salute you, sir, and the service you also willingly gave to carry the responsibility of freedom to the next generation.
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