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1 Spokane County has second-highest COVID-19 case count in Washington
2 Spokane, East Region still not ready for move to Phase 2 of reopening
3 New jobless claims in state, Spokane County declined last week
4 Here's a list of Spokane County businesses who received small business grants
5 Loren Culp campaign drops lawsuit against Secretary of State, county auditors
6 Third wave of COVID-19 cases has led to more deaths in Spokane County
7 Indoor dining resumes in Washington: What you should know in Spokane
8 Spokane County offering free tree disposal at all three transfer stations
9 Spokane County Commissioners approve $1 million grant for rent, utility and food assistance
10 Spokane County median home price jumped 15.4% last year; strong demand likely to continue in 2021
11 Spokane County reports 11 COVID-19 deaths, deadliest COVID-related day
12 Spokane County Prosecutor: Deputies justified in March 2020 shooting of domestic violence suspect
13 Spokane woman, 42, and 59-year-old Post Falls man killed during windstorm
14 Comcast experiencing outages in Spokane area after historic windstorm
15 Medical volunteers needed in Spokane County in case of COVID-19 surge
16 526 additional COVID-19 cases, 9 more deaths reported Tuesday | Coronavirus
17 City Providing Free Disposal of Tree Debris from Storm
18 With five COVID-19 deaths on New Year's Eve, Spokane County averaged more than one per day in 2020
19 Spokane County Commissioners spend last of federal COVID-19 aid on health district and correction officer, law enforcement salaries
20 Amber Alert canceled for 2-year-old from Spokane County
21 Spokane County COVID spread on downtrend as statewide vaccine rollout slow
22 Warrant issued for murder suspect in New Year's Eve shooting in Spokane Valley
23 Number of positive COVID-19 cases in Spokane County continues downward trend, with 116 cases Sunday
24 $1M grant for rent, utilities and food assistance approved by Spokane County Commissioners
25 Here's where eastern Washington stands with moving to Phase 2 under the new reopening plan
26 Building destroyed by petroleum-fueled fire near Spokane International Airport
27 First Responder Vaccination Clinic
28 Another 257 Spokane County residents test positive for COVID-19
29 Woman killed, 100K without power in aftermath of brutal windstorm
30 Family of man who died in Spokane County Jail suing county for wrongful death, negligence
31 See The Latest Adoptable Pets In The Spokane Area
32 Police searching for man who allegedly assaulted grocery store employee over mask rule
33 10 more deaths from COVID-19 in Spokane County, total now at 327
34 Spokane police identify 6 officers involved in fatal shooting of murder suspect
35 Spokane County to hold two free PPE events for non-profits, businesses this month
36 Man who allegedly threatened volunteers inside Spokane County Democrats' office indicted on federal charge
37 COVID-19 vaccinations begin for healthcare workers in Spokane, North Idaho
38 Fair Play: $10 million expansion envisioned at Fair & Expo Center
39 The alleged arsonist who attacked the Spokane County Democrats offices was a veteran, but so was the man he tried to take hostage
40 Another 192 Spokane County residents test positive for COVID-19 on Saturday
41 'Tireless advocate for kids': Woman killed by fallen tree in Spokane was Shriners Hospital pediatrician
42 Mayor Appoints O'Sullivan to Municipal Court
43 Low home inventory doesn't dissuade new Realtors
44 Eastern Washington will stay in Phase 1 of new COVID-19 restrictions; 633 new cases Friday
45 News Releases for Friday, January 15, 2021
46 Six more deaths since Sunday, 285 new COVID-19 cases Tuesday in Spokane County
47 Register your small business for free PPE gear from Spokane County
48 How COVID-19 will impact the 2021 Point-in-Time Count
49 Spokane County Sheriff: Politicians are afraid to stand up to agitators
50 Spokane County United way secures $41000 to support local bar and restaurant workers
51 Culp campaign says they are suing nine county auditors, including Spokane County
52 Spokane County sees 295 new COVID cases and two additional deaths on Tuesday
53 Spokane County's unemployment rate rose to 6.7% in November
54 Woodward appoints O'Sullivan as new city judge
55 Spokane County Library District launching book clubs
56 New jobless claims in state, Spokane County decreased last week
57 Nathaniel Brant: If this guy says he'll build you a Pole Barn
58 Woman who died in Wednesday's windstorm identified | News |
59 New residents are just one factor in rise in Spokane home values
60 Porch Pirate Arrest
61 Family of man who killed himself in jail sues Spokane County
62 Data shows 3 Spokane area hospital ICUs were near capacity around Christmas
63 New Spokane ordinance aims to deter armed militias from patrolling streets
64 Partners Establish Young Adult Shelter Plan, Funding
65 SPD Arrests Suspect for Two Robberies in Downtown Spokane
66 Exclusive: Health Dist. Administrator Amelia Clark finally answers questions about Lutz firing
67 At indoor press conference, sheriff and health care leaders call for volunteers to bolster COVID-weary medical system
68 Things to do in Spokane: Jan. 15-22
69 State health department will text you if you test positive for COVID-19
70 Joe Gray: Wanted 'armed and dangerous' murder suspect accused of shooting and killing man on New Year's Eve
71 Convicted felon arrested three times in a seven week period
72 Newman Lake Fire and Rescue plans groundbreaking on new storage building, training tower
73 How Inland Northwest Republican groups responded to U.S. Capitol riot
74 Graham sworn in
75 SPD Cold Case on National TV Program
76 'We are essential': Spokane-area small gym owners form coalition to reopen
77 Council, GSI support Spokane Public Schools levy, GOP in opposition
78 35,000 still without power in Inland Northwest
79 Possible power outages as gusty winds head to Inland Northwest
80 Art Means Business pairs Spokane musicians with filmmakers to create music videos with a local focus
81 In new law, Spokane City Council mirrors state restrictions on militias
82 Kootenai County home prices increase 15.1% in December
83 The new Care to Nourish program is feeding families and bringing business to local restaurants
84 Josh Kerns to chair Board of County Commissioners
85 'It's heartbreaking': Spokane tennis club forced to lay off entire staff
86 Q&A: Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward shares her thoughts on Washington's reopening plan
87 Neighbors come together to aid in storm cleanup at North Spokane home
88 Spokane Businesses Eligible To Pick Up Free PPE Tuesday
89 Ferry County agrees to pay $165,000 to woman in sidewalk chalk First Amendment case
90 Spokane Public Schools say levy is critical for quality education, but some question timing
91 SIIR Team Investigating Officer Involved Shooting
92 Community Invited To Join Judge Candidate Forum
93 'We're ready to compete': Eastern Washington, Idaho still plan on playing Big Sky spring football season after Montana, Montana State and Portland State opt out
94 Fatal Vehicle Vs Pedestrian Collision
95 Woman Watches Suspect Ransack Home Through Ring Camera
96 What's the holdup? How vaccination delays are affecting state, local distribution
97 Man suspected of felonies three times since November told deputy nothing 'weird' was going on in latest incident
98 Gardening; Classes great cure for Cabin Fever; sign up underway
99 Kootenai Health halts all elective surgeries until January 10; Spokane cases reported Wednesday lowest in a month
100 Investigation finds loaded handgun next to where suspect was shot by SPD officers