SPOKANE, Wash. - One day before former Spokane Police officer Karl Thompson's sentencing, Spokane County prosecutor Steve Tucker sat down with KHQ to talk about the controversial case.
"It took way too long," Tucker said. Thompson confronted Otto Zehm in the North
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane police responded to a call for help after a highly intoxicated man started kicking in the door of a home in the 4000 block of East Carlisle Wednesday night.
He made his way inside where he then assaulted the homeowner and wife. That burglar was eventually forced out
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - Many say that music is the language of love. Non have proven that more than Larry and Sharon Strobel.
The couple began their life-long journey together more than 51 years ago, on a school band trip.
Larry, who is six years older than Sharon, is a French Horn
PULLMAN, Wash. – Washington State University President Elson S. Floyd accepted the invitation of Washington Governor-elect Jay Inslee on Wednesday, to serve as one of three advisory team co-chairs to assist Inslee with his transition into office.
Floyd will serve with co-chairs Brad
KHQ.COM - We are under a weak ridge of high pressure, meaning we won't see any actual rainfall today. But it will still feel dreary. Highs should once again be in the upper 30s/low 40s. Starting Friday night into the weekend we get another active weather pattern, bringing rain
SPOKANE, Wash – Sgt. Matthew Stiltz, 26, of Spokane was passionate about serving in the military. He enlisted as soon as he turned 18, and his family says he probably would have made a career out of it.
But before he was a Sergeant, Matthew Stiltz was a student at Shadle Park High
SPOKANE, Wash. – It's been a very tough few years for Washington State Parks; they've been limping along with reductions in budgets and staffing, but now, it's the end of the line. Without more state funding, they'll be forced to close.
"I've done this 18 years
SPOKANE, Wash. - Snow is something you have to deal with living in the Northwest. Most of us stock up on de-icer and get snow tires to prepare. Workers at the Spokane International Airport have to do a lot more to make sure planes take off safely and on time.
"We pride ourselves on being
**Press Release From Spokane County Sheriff's Office**
SPOKANE COUNTY, Wash. - Some individuals are going around Eastern Washington and North Idaho claiming to be collecting scrap metal for The Salvation Army. This is a scam.
The Salvation Army does not go door to door asking for
SPOKANE, Wash. - For 99 years, Stanek's Nursery on the South Hill has been a 27th Avenue mainstay.
But now, the owners are closing up shop, and they say it's all because of their parking lot.
The nursery will shut down on January 15th because of a disagreement with the city of Spokane.