Higher-Than-Normal April Temperatures Melted Much Of Mountain SnowpackTemperatures were 20 percent above normal during April
State Considers 75 MPH Speed Limits On Part Of I-90If the speed limit is increased, it would become effective once new signs are posted.
Psychiatric Fugitive Stopped At Parents' HomeAuthorities say a murder suspect who escaped from a psychiatric hospital Wednesday stopped at his parents' Spokane-area home on Thursday.
Spokane Police Seeking Suspects In BB Gun SpreePolice in Spokane are asking for the public's help to solve a spree of shootings involving a rapid fire BB gun.
Environmental Groups Want More Water In Spokane RiverOfficials for the Ecology Department just received the petition Tuesday and are reviewing it
Gonzaga To Host 60 UW Medical Students This FallThe deal allows the University of Washington School of Medicine to expand its medical education program in Spokane
Spokane Police Officer Laid Off After Rape Charge FiledA Spokane police sergeant charged with the rape of another officer at a party has been laid off without pay while his criminal case proceeds.
Tens Of Thousands Shivering Without Power In SpokaneA major windstorm last Tuesday damaged the electrical grid in Spokane, the state's second-largest city
Teacher Contracts Still Being Negotiated Across WashingtonAs parents do their back-to-school shopping, some teachers across the state are still negotiating their contracts.
Washington Takes Steps To Reduce Wolf Conflicts This SummerThe season when wolves come into conflict with livestock in Eastern Washington has arrived, but the state Department of Fish and Wildlife is ready.
Witness: Man Killed By Police Told Officers 'Shoot Me'Authorities investigating the Feb. 10 death of Antonio Zambrano-Montes in Pasco on Wednesday released audio files of interviews with witnesses, as well as video. A prosecutor is deciding whether the three officers who shot Zambrano-Montes should face criminal charges, a process likely to take months.
NAACP Leader To Speak Monday; Parents Say She Lied On RaceSpokane NAACP leader Rachel Dolezal says she will speak about the furor over racial identity sparked after her parents said she has falsely portrayed herself as black for years, but she is actually white.

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