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Spokane, Washington is located in Spokane County. Zip codes in Spokane, WA include 99215, 99213, and 99252. The median home price in Spokane is $149,000 which is roughly $113/per square foot. More Spokane information.

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1 hr ago | The Spokesman-Review

Front and Center: Suzy Gage, Echo Boutique - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 PST

When the Spokane Valley furniture store where Suzy Gage worked succumbed to the recession, Gage didn't dust off her rA©sumA©. "I didn't want to keep working for someone else," she recalled.

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6 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

Porch Fest helps West Central, Kendall Yards neighbors meet - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 PST

Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. These days it's not unusual for neighbors to be strangers, but they mixed and mingled in the Kendall Yards and West Central neighborhoods Saturday during the inaugural Porch Fest event.

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10 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane

300 acre wildfire burning near Quincy

QUINCY, Wash. Washington State Patrol said a 300 acre wildfire started Saturday around 1:30 pm in the area of Highway 28 and Crescent Bar Road about 6.5 miles west of Quincy.

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14 hrs ago | KREM-TV Spokane

Broncos Power Past Idaho

Despite 362 yards on 27-of-41 passing by Matt Linehan and 153 all-purpose yards by Richard Montgomery, the Idaho Vandals couldn't overcome Western Michigan in a non-conference football game at the Kibbie Dome Saturday night. "Disappointed," said coach Paul Petrino when asked about his thoughts on the game.

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18 hrs ago | The Spokesman-Review

Book Notes: Spokane writers buoyed by ship discovery - Sun, 14 Sep 2014 PST

Perhaps you read last week about the discovery of one of two British ships that disappeared in the 1840s while searching for the fabled Northwest Passage. It was a significant find for at least two Spokane writers - one of whom is a relative of the expedition's leader, Rear Adm.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

KHQ-TV Spokane

Renovated Ferris High School ready to open doors

After three years of construction, Spokane Public Schools held an open house to show off the new building. The new school is a far cry from what Ferris used to look like.

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HeraldNet

Spokane police turn off cameras in homes if asked

Spokane's police chief says officers testing out the use of body cameras will stop recording in private residences if asked by the occupant. The decision by Chief Frank Straub is part of an 'evolving process' of dealing with the issues raised by the program, The Spokesman-Review reported.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Zeus, world's tallest dog, dies at age 5

The Kalamazoo Gazette reported Thursday that the 165-pound dog died of old age last week. Zeus, considered the world's largest dog by Guinness World Records, was 5 years old.

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KREM-TV Spokane

WA engineer studies Napa quake damage

A Bellevue engineer is studying the damage left behind after the recent Napa earthquake in an effort to learn more about how to protect buildings in Seattle. As soon as he heard the news about the quake, Mark Pierepiekarz, president of MRP Engineering, headed to California to see it for himself.

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The Spokesman-Review

Spokane Valley Fire Department debating levy increase - Sat, 13 Sep 2014 PST

Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Spokane Valley Fire Department's board of commissioners is debating whether to ask voters for a 3-cent or 6-cent increase in the department's special maintenance and operations levy that is due to go before voters for renewal in 2015.

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KREM-TV Spokane

King County sheriff's deputies drop choke

The King County sheriff's office has stopped training deputies to use a neck restraint that cuts off blood flow to the brain. Sgt. DB Gates told media outlets the training has been stopped and 16 deputies who had the training are no longer authorized to use the neck hold.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

KREM-TV Spokane

Spokane Police search for missing elderly woman

Spokane Police asked for the public's help in finding a missing elderly woman who went missing Friday morning. Police said 81-year-old Esther Falt was last seen Friday morning near N. Calispel Street.

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KXLY-TV Spokane

Greatest Show On Earth returns to Spokane this weekend

They call it the Greatest Show on Earth for a reason. The Ringling Bros. And Barnum & Bailey Circus has been touring the country for 144 years, entertaining millions and showcasing talent from around the world, and the show comes to Spokane this weekend.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Spokane Valley deputies arrest suspected restaurant burglar

The Spokane Valley Investigative Unit announced Friday it had arrested the suspect in a restaurant burglary that occurred in July. Detectives arrested 47-year-old Timothy Binford on seven felony charges.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Bing Crosby memorabilia displayed at his Spokane childhood home

SPOKANE, Wash. The famous Bing Crosby memorabilia collection found a permanent home near the Gonzaga Campus.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Severe case of respiratory illness in Spokane County

SPOKANE, Wash. With several severe respiratory illnesses in Washington state under investigation for enterovirus D68 , Spokane Regional Health District officials confirm they are working with local providers to investigate a severe respiratory illness in one area child.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Day of Action raises thousands for Spokane's charities

More than 400 volunteers from local businesses participated in Spokane's Day of Action fundraiser Thursday. Volunteers said the event allowed them to honor victims of the September 11th attacks by giving back to the Spokane community.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Remembering 9/11: Spokane firefighter waves flag on the side of I-90

On the anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, a Spokane firefighter hoisted his own flag in memory of the attack victims. Spokane firefighter Alex Mickschl said he has spent every September 11th for the past twelve years waiving a flag above I-90.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Study says a medical school feasible in Spokane

Washington State University is well-positioned to develop an accredited medical school in the near future with a relatively modest investment from the state, according to a study commissioned by the university that was released Thursday. The study found there is a "significant and growing statewide need" for more doctors, especially outside the Seattle metropolitan area.

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KREM-TV Spokane

Circus puts on a show for Spokane's blind community

The Ringling Bros Barnum and Bailey Circus hosted a tour for the blind in Spokane Thursday. Families said the event brought all the magic of the circus for the visually impaired.

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