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1 In largest spike since August, Spokane County sees 123 new COVID-19 cases
2 For second day in a row Spokane County reports more than 100 new COVID-19 cases
3 Spokane County's coronavirus death toll jumps by 6 on Tuesday
4 Free PPE distribution continues at Spokane County Fairgrounds
5 With Labor Day spike, COVID-19 activity in Spokane County is on the rise again
6 Massive 830 pound pumpkin takes prize at Spokane County Fair
7 Spokane County awards $4.4 million in federal COVID-19 aid funding for food
8 Spokane County commissioner candidates David Green, Mary Kuney differ on budget issues
9 Two suspects arrested in connection to shooting at Spokane house party
10 'People's lives are being changed': Spokane ER nurse describes working at a hospital during the coronavirus pandemic
11 Spokane County rounds out week of growing COVID-19 numbers with another 70 new cases
12 Face coverings are making a 'difference' in COVID-19 activity in Spokane County
13 More than 100 COVID-19 cases confirmed in Spokane County over the weekend
14 Woman accused of stealing fatal Spokane Valley crash victim's wallet
15 Spokane County reports 62 new COVID-19 cases, 2 more deaths
16 MultiCare to host multiple flu clinics across Spokane County
17 Spokane County sees another jump in COVID-19 numbers with 73 reported Thursday
18 Drive-in movies at Spokane County fairgrounds begin on Friday
19 Drive-in theater comes to Spokane County Fair and Expo Center
20 Is our mail delivery delayed? Testing USPS in Spokane County
21 Spokane County deaths due to COVID-19 have nearly doubled in August
22 Spokane County sees spike of 81 new COVID-19 cases on Thursday
23 Spokane Co. Fair may be virtual but the food isn't. County hosts drive-thru instead
24 Spokane County home prices set another high mark in August
25 Spokane County sees 36 new COVID-19 cases, 2 virus-related deaths Tuesday
26 Spokane County's unemployment rate dropped to 9.3% in August
27 Spokane County Interstate Fair Drive Thru closes for second day in a row, extends schedule
28 Spokane County awards $2.6 million in COVID-19 aid funds to area school districts
29 Despite pushback, Spokane County Commissioners approve guiding principles for criminal justice system
30 Spokane County treasurer to outline property tax relief plan
31 Spokane County holding second PPE giveaway for small businesses, non-profits
32 Malden, Pine City officially apply for individual FEMA assistance
33 On the trail of cougars in Spokane County
34 300 acres burning in southern Spokane County
35 55 new cases of coronavirus reported in Spokane County Friday
36 Spokane County, Greater Spokane Inc. to host mask giveaway for small businesses
37 Some trials will be held at Spokane County fairgrounds under plan backed by commission
38 Spokane County Interstate Fair Drive Thru closes Saturday due to poor air quality
39 Spokane County sees 8 new coronavirus-related deaths reported Friday
40 Health District: Community spread of COVID-19 decreasing in Spokane County
41 Suspect surrenders after hours-long standoff with Spokane County Sheriff's office in Spokane Valley Friday
42 HUB center makes changes, opens facility to Spokane Valley school districts for STEM, P.E.
43 It's been 100 days since Spokane County entered Phase 2
44 Spokane Regional Health District recommends working from home Monday due to hazardous air quality
45 Spokane County warns of incorrect USPS postcard for Washington voters
46 Lawsuit says Spokane County juvenile detention staff broke handcuffed teen's leg
47 As college students drive up COVID-19 case counts in Pullman, Spokane County leaders wonder if we're next
48 KHQ INVESTIGATES: Graphic texts lead to investigation of North Spokane spa
49 Spokane's economy during the COVID-19 pandemic: Data tool shows wins and losses
50 Around Town
51 Initial jobless claims continue to decline across state, Spokane County
52 SRHD Supports In-person Instruction for Early Learners | SRHD
53 Spokane County extends deadline on 2020 Census. Here's why every form counts
54 Spokane's Leading Local News: Weather, Traffic, Sports and more | Spokane, Washington | KREM.com
55 Local law enforcement uses social media to keep tabs on criminals — and protesters | Local News | Spokane | The Pacific Northwest Inlander | News, Politics, Music, Calendar, Events in Spokane, Coeur d'Alene and the Inland Northwest
56 Spokane County warns of new phone scams
57 State, county initial jobless claims increased last week
58 Spokane County on track for largest voter turnout in history
59 Vandals cause $300000 worth of damage at Spokane Valley development site
60 VERIFY: No, Spokane police aren't enforcing school zone speed limits if the school is empty
61 Scammers are once again impersonating Spokane law enforcement to try and get your money
62 Spokane County reports another 45 new cases of coronavirus Thursday
63 50 new cases and 3 new deaths reported in Spokane County on Wednesday
64 United States surpasses 200,000 deaths due to COVID-19; how Washington compares
65 Spokane County Fire District 8 in Yakima County to help with the Evans Canyon fire
66 Voters' Guide: What you should know for the 2020 General Elections in eastern Washington, North Idaho
67 Spokane County Treasurer addresses school closure and property taxes, extends deadline
68 Spokane officer who killed suspect has been in law enforcement for 15 years
69 Off-duty sheriff's detective stops robbery at Spokane T-Mobile store
70 Spokane County certifies Aug. 4 primary
71 GU law student represents case in court to remove racist deed
72 Central Valley, Deer Park, Coeur d'Alene school districts report COVID-19 cases
73 Former Pasco officer recharged with murder in connection with 1986 Spokane killing
74 Local foodbanks funding cut in time of increased need
75 YWCA Women of Achievement award honoree Bonnie Bush devoted career to juvenile justice system reforms
76 Fire rages through Malden, leaving much of the small farming town in ruins
77 Tom's Turkey Drive 2020
78 Spokane Co. Sheriff: Protester's arrest not political, says deputies had badges visible
79 Coeur d'Alene Press
80 Medical Lake crime update: August 2020
81 COVID-19 case reported at the Stevens County Jail
82 Battling super-spreaders
83 Live updates: Wildfires burning in eastern Washington, North Idaho
84 Man killed by Spokane police on Friday identified
85 Ex-Pasco officer charged again with murder in 1986 Spokane killing
86 Two cases of coronavirus reported at Tekoa High School
87 Breath of fresh air: Spokane residents get outside as the air quality clears
88 Things to do in Spokane: Sept. 25-Oct. 2
89 Is Tenet worth a trip to Idaho just to remember what it's like to go to the movies?
90 With Spokane school buildings closed, community organizations create learning hubs to help working parents
91 Missing Spokane toddler found safe, police say
92 From jerseys to badges: Dozens of ex-college, pro athletes find careers in Spokane law enforcement
93 Elections officials say they have confidence in Washington's mail voting system
94 Family Fun: Open a new chapter in talking about race and diversity
95 Boundary County Sheriff's Office warning people to 'be bear aware' after grizzly attacks chicken coop
96 Kootenai County Sheriff's Office requesting help finding girl who ran away in February
97 Spokane candidates for state House, Marcus Riccelli and Laura Carder, differ on responding to COVID-19
98 Thief steals more than $10000 in property after breaking into North Spokane business twice in 2 months
99 COVID-19 cases are declining across the state but risk of outbreaks remains high
100 Spokane man hydroplanes into Idaho restaurant, speed and bald tires determined as cause