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Saturday was the last day of business for the Spokane Public Market. It announced it was closing the first week of March due to financial trouble.
DALLAS Twelfth-ranked Whitworth survived a 36-point night by Zach Lambert of Trinity University and advanced to the NCAA Division III men's basketball second round with a 75-73 victory over the Tigers on Friday night in the University of Texas at Dallas Activity Center.
Spokane Police detectives have arrested a 4th person in connection to a reported kidnapping in Spokane and the location of a body in Stevens County.
Authorities in northern Idaho say DNA on a cigarette butt and a ski mask found along the escape route linked an Orofino man to an armed robbery at an Orofino motel.
There is a fight brewing in Spokane between the legitimate owners of local bed and breakfasts and people who rent out a part of their homes to short-stay guests.
The Legislature has passed a measure that would allow a person under a restraining order for domestic violence to be ordered to surrender all firearms.
Colorado, where recreational marijuana is legal, is now trying to combat stoned driving in the state.
Many districts across Washington have tossed out tater tots and hot dogs for healthier meal options, but a lot of them don't have the right equipment in place to make meals from scratch.
"You're coming here to see some cool animal sciences stuff, and hey, you learn some physics, you learn some chemistry, you learn all sorts of stuff like that," said Mobius' Director of Education, Don Riefler.
PRESS RELEASE FROM THE SPOKANE POLICE DEPT: Spokane Police Detectives have located a body in a rural area near Long Lake.
Spokane County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a marijuana dispensary break-in that may have led to a student going to the hospital.
Crime Stoppers needs your help finding Anthony Fuentes. He's a convicted criminal and there are 3 warrants out for his arrest.
Flooding over Jackson Road south of Spokane Thursday took out an eight-foot culvert and part of the roadway above it.
Detectives investigated the case after a caller reported a man might have been following a six-year-old child on Monday.
March sure did come in like a lion. We had a major snow storm come through the Spokane area on March 2nd, only to have all of that snow rapidly melt off in the past few days.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. A second person has been charged with first-degree arson in connection with a fire at a home in northeast Spokane on Dec. 1. Jamie M. Burdeau, 24, is being held in the Spokane County Jail on $15,000 bond in the fire in the 2500 block of North Columbus Street.