KHQ.COM - Whatever your plans are for the Holiday weekend, you are in for some NICE weather! There is a series of very weak systems that will move through the area through the holiday weekend...the only real issue that I see attached to these systems is a slight drop in temperature for
SPOKANE, Wash. - Former Spokane police officer Karl Thompson was in court Friday where a judge heard arguments for and against a new trial.
Thompson's defense attorney says he did not get a fair trial when he was convicted for using excessive force in the death of Otto Zehm in 2006.
**Official DNR Press Release**
YAKIMA, Wash. - The Wenas fire has grown to 1600 acres. Fire activity moderated overnight into Saturday morning. Evacuations have been lifted and N. Wenas Road and Longmire Ln are open for traffic. The fire is 50% contained with active fire on the NE
SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. – Tina Jones, 35, was released from jail Friday in her first court appearance in Spokane County Superior Court. She was arrested early Thursday on five drug-related charges after a yearlong investigation.
It began when a school resource officer reported to
ROSALIA, Wash – It's a $200 million dollar project right in the middle of the Palouse: a wind farm being installed by First Wind just south of Rosalia off Highway 195. When it's all finished, it will be home to 58 turbines, and will provide enough energy to power 30,000 homes.
**Press Release From Avista**
SPOKANE, Wash. - Avista began its annual fall drawdown of Lake Coeur d'Alene on Friday. The lake will be gradually lowered approximately a foot from full pool by the end of September, and an additional 1½ feet per month thereafter until
SPOKANE, Wash. - Rachel Mace has designed more than 20 articles of clothing in the past year, but they are not made out of fabric.
All of Mace's outfits are made out of trash. She uses garbage bags, pop can tabs, Saran Wrap, and aluminum foil. What makes Mace even more unique is what she is
KHQ.COM - Spokane firefighters responded to a gas line break at 29th & Latawah on Spokane's South Hill Friday afternoon. Crews on scene tell us it was started by construction workers who were digging around sidewalks.
We're told the gas line was six inches long with
SPOKANE, Wash. (AP) - John C. Sanderson was riding his motorcycle up to his mother's funeral in Newport. He never made it. A truck pulled out in front of him on US 2, attempting to make a U-turn, and the two vehicles collided. Sanderson was killed. The
UPDATE: The suspect has been identified as 30-year-old Nathaniel Pierce.
MEDICAL LAKE, Wash. - Around 8am Friday morning a Lincoln County Sheriff's deputy tried to stop a vehicle that was speeding through a school zone in Reardan, WA. The car wouldn't stop and ran a couple