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1 Spokane's Lincoln statue vandalism is getting international attention after similar incidents on Thanksgiving
2 Spokane firefighters rescue hiker with fractured leg | News | khq.com
3 Spokane, North Idaho surge in COVID-19 infections continues
4 Spokane medical provider charged with theft of more than $5 million of Medicaid funds
5 Spokane's Small Business Saturday kicks off amid pandemic
6 Spokane Valley City Council passes emergency moratorium on some residential development over code loophole
7 The show must go on: 'Spokane is starved for more hip hop and pop artists'
8 Hospitals in Spokane County will soon be 'challenged' due to COVID-19 spikes
9 What kind of holiday COVID spike could Spokane face post-Thanksgiving?
10 Abraham Lincoln statue in downtown Spokane vandalized with red paint
11 Biden made some Spokane precincts bluer, Trump made some redder – and some flipped
12 Inspired by the nearby Spokane River, the new Glover Middle School project is taking singular shape
13 513 new COVID-19 cases reported in Spokane; virus blamed for child's death
14 City of Spokane turns 139 today!
15 Happy 139th Birthday Spokane! | News | khq.com
16 Want $100 in gift cards to local businesses? Search for wallets in the Spokane area
17 How to get into the holiday spirit in the Spokane area
18 Criminal justice reform effort with broad support in Spokane County faces major budget cuts
19 Driver shot and killed by police after chase Sunday night in Spokane Valley
20 Stop by these Spokane spots on Small Business Saturday
21 When enforcement falls short of expectations, Spokane City Council repeats laws
22 Your pictures of Saturday night's sunset in the Inland Northwest
23 'People are hurting': Spokane leaders react to new COVID-19 restrictions in Washington
24 Are people in Spokane, North Idaho staying home for Thanksgiving? Here's what one survey says
25 Spokane businesses make up one-third of those fined for recent COVID-19 violations across Washington
26 Spokane is named a top foodie destination; also worthy of thanks – fried chicken, Thai food and pho
27 Cheney teen first child to die of COVID-19 complications in Spokane
28 Numerica dropping wallets in Spokane area with $100 worth of gift cards to local businesses
29 Spokane contact tracers using new strategy as COVID-19 case volumes rise
30 Here's why COVID-19 testing wait times have increased in Spokane County
31 Spokane City Council to decide on rezoning 10 acres along Palouse Highway for apartments
32 Spokane will see sunsets before 4 p.m. starting in December
33 Spokane man helps facilitate $60000 in donations to support local restaurants during pandemic
34 Hutton Settlement holds annual tree sale to benefit children's home kids
35 Spokane County's criminal justice system got mixed reviews in a new report. Here's how it fared
36 Things to do in Spokane: Nov. 27-Dec. 4
37 Spokane Public Schools, like most districts, struggles to measure achievement during pandemic
38 Home surveillance video shows drive-by shooting in Spokane Valley
39 Who is on the Spokane Board of Health and how did they get there?
40 Toilet paper shelves bare at Spokane-area stores amid new COVID-19 rules
41 Sheriff's Office identifies Spokane Valley deputy who shot, killed reckless driver on Sunday
42 Spokane County certifies election despite pushback and unverified voter fraud claims
43 100 years ago in Spokane: An earthquake tossed a Sacred Heart patient out of his bed but didn't cause much damage
44 100 years ago in Spokane: Lewis and Clark football players questioned in court about age
45 Spokane religious academy advertised musical three nights this week despite governor's orders
46 Property taxes increasing in city of Spokane
47 'The only thing I can control is myself': Homeless Spokane family overcomes unique challenges during pandemic
48 Author Jess Walter's book set in Spokane named one of best in 2020
49 Plans paused for Spokane-area young adult homeless shelter as cities can't – or won't – allow it in their borders
50 High winds in Spokane, another storm system this weekend
51 'Like hitting three home runs in a row,' Spokane County park planner takes the big picture to conservation, recreation
52 Thanksgiving to-go: Meal distributions continue in a distanced way in Spokane this year
53 FBI offers $5K reward after 'politically motivated' vandalism in Spokane Valley
54 Spokane Police urging people to take extra steps to protect packages from thieves
55 Lines still formed at some Spokane stores for Black Friday, but the pandemic appeared to slim crowds
56 Comparing Spokane County's summer COVID-19 spike to fall spike
57 Not welcome here: City Council wants end to militia gatherings in Spokane
58 Spokane hospitals say they are prepared for a surge of new COVID-19 patients
59 Spokane Valley Fire roundup: Illegal backyard fires reported; officials urge residents to research before burning
60 50 teenagers hold 'homecoming rally' inside Spokane church on Saturday
61 100 years ago in Spokane: New, baffling clues in the Chicken House Murder
62 The Dirt: A $22 million residential, retail development could be coming to downtown Spokane
63 'I'm just grateful to be alive': Spokane and a pacemaker are in Miss World America Washington's heart
64 Spokane County's votes don't match up with results across Washington
65 Spokane County sees another 137 new COVID-19 cases on Tuesday
66 Top-ranked South Carolina holds off No. 21 Gonzaga
67 Spokane County's unemployment rate dropped to 6% in October
68 Spokane County opens hospitality relief grant application period
69 Getting There: Daily passenger rail service ends in Spokane; can it come back?
70 How new COVID-19 restrictions are impacting Spokane restaurants
71 Responding to criticism from Woodward, Spokane health district explains COVID-19 procedures
72 Dust storm rolls into Spokane area with gusts up to 46 mph
73 Spokane moving forward on possible adoption of community water fluoridation
74 Two puppies dead, five others recovering after being abandoned in Spokane
75 What is the Spokane Regional Health District, and where does it get its power? Your questions answered on Lutz situation
76 Spokane International Airport sees slow Thanksgiving Eve
77 FBI and Spokane police to investigate Zoom-bombing of Gonzaga Black Student Union meeting
78 Getting There: Inslee has asked people to celebrate at home, but Spokane traffic is higher now than it was before the pandemic
79 'I still travel, don't wear a mask when I'm out': Salem nurse placed on leave over TikTok video
80 Recap: Spokane health board fires Dr. Lutz, appoints interim health officer
81 Four Spokane businesses fined by Washington Labor and Industries for mask, operating violations
82 Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward stands by statement, airs grievances with Lutz
83 Spokane County and the Panhandle both confirmed record COVID-19 cases Friday
84 Spokane homeless shelter becomes quarantine site after COVID-19 outbreak
85 How Spokane Voted: Washington Governor | Election Headquarters
86 Spokane's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and more | Spokane, Washington | KREM.com
87 4 dead from COVID, 414 infected in Spokane County since Wednesday
88 Her brother was stabbed to death in downtown Spokane. Police still don't know who killed him
89 Spokane County reports 187 new COVID-19 cases Friday, setting new single day record
90 Allegiant Air announces new routes to Spokane Airport, including $49 one way flights
91 1 in 40 people living in Spokane Co. have tested positive for COVID-19 during pandemic
92 How Spokane Voted: President of the United States
93 A timeline of the firing of Dr. Bob Lutz and Spokane's spike in coronavirus cases
94 Spokane police warn of possible scams over concealed pistol licenses
95 'We worked so hard': Spokane Valley family takes advantage of new rental assistance program
96 City of Spokane announces alternative holiday activities amid coronavirus surge
97 Field signs with Community Colleges of Spokane | Local
98 13% of total COVID-19 cases in Spokane County reported in the past week
99 Salvation Army of Spokane feeds 650 people on Thanksgiving
100 Interim Spokane health officer: 'The past is in the rearview mirror'