SPOKANE, Wash. - Murder suspect Tony Callihan apparently went to his stepfather's house after he killed Michelle Koenen last week. According to court documents released Wednesday morning he told his stepfather last Friday he had "just killed a girl." He said he met her at a "meth party", shoved
UPDATE: The man killed has been identified as 31-year-old Michael Huntley according to the Grant County Coroners Office.
MOSES LAKE, Wash. - The Grant County sheriff's office says a worker was killed Tuesday evening in an industrial accident at the Genie Industries plant near
SPOKANE, Wash. – When Santa can't do it all, sometimes parents need a little help.
Parents like Amanda Richey. She and her husband have three young kids, and have relied on Toys for Tots in years past, but this year Amanda became a nursing assistant. With a good job, she
TWEET FROM KHQ'S KATIE STEINER: WSP said pedestrian did everything right. Walks to work every morning. Had minor injuries. Cuts and bruises to the face.
TWEET FROM KHQ'S KATIE STEINER: WSP says driver ticketed for failing to yield to a pedestrian, diving with suspended license, and no
BLAKE JENSEN: Commute could be a little messy in some spots today...mostly in the lower elevated areas around Spokane that snow has been mixing with rain and not really accumulating but areas where it IS sticking like Airway Heights could get a little sloppy.
Overall though temperatures just
SPOKANE, Wash. - Many federal programs that help students pay for a college education are facing cuts. Student loan debt is now at $965 billion dollars nationwide, which is more than auto loan or credit card debt. In fact, the average student owes more than $20,000 dollars after college.
SPOKANE, Wash – Looking through reports of what may or may not change on your tax return come January 1, 2013, you feel like you need your doctorate in accounting to figure out all the potential changes that may be coming to your family.
Mel and Jana Craven of Spokane are one of
SPOKANE, Wash. - With several inches of snow forecasted for tonight and tomorrow, City of Spokane Street Department crews are preparing.
Night crews will stay late, and Wednesday morning crews will come in early to improve street conditions for the commute, says Street Director Mark
MEAD, Wash – A 6th grade girl reported two men in a Suburban tried to lure her into their SUV while she waited alone for a bus stop in a residential neighborhood around 8:30 a.m.
The girl is a student at Midway Elementary, and says she was approached at Lidgerwood & Bridle Trail
PULLMAN, Wash. - Cougar cheese and Ferdinand's ice cream are celebrated as Washington State University's culinary specialties. Now add T-bone steak to the list.
And rib eye and sirloin, for that matter.
WSU has launched its own beef brand for sale to the public. Harvested from cattle