SPANGLE, Wash. - The Washington State Patrol says Vehicular Assault charges are pending on a 24-year-old Spokane woman following a one-car rollover crash just north of Spangle Saturday evening.
Washington State Troopers say Leah Gurske was traveling northbound on Highway 195 when she left
Grant County Press Release:
MATTAWA, Wash. - The body of an adult male found this morning along the Columbia River is believed to be that of a man who disappeared after jumping into the river this past Sunday. Around 11:00 a.m. today, family of the missing man found a man's body along
SPOKANE, Wash. - If you were in downtown Spokane Friday night you probably noticed a lot of police activity around 10:30PM. Troopers from The Washington State Patrol, along with the assistance of Spokane Police and Spokane County Sheriff's Air One were searching for multiple suspects following
Spokane Valley Fire Department Press Release: SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. - At 4:30 AM this morning crews from the Spokane valley Fire Department responded to reported fire at the Meadow Wood apartments at 2121 N Houk. Due to the amount of smoke, type of building (apartment,) and time of the
BLAKE JENSEN: There is one area of low pressure we're watching but all the models showing that low will not drop below the Canadian border. It will keep our temperatures in check, right around normal, through the weekend. On that note...Labor Day weekend is looking great! Mostly sunny skies
PULLMAN, Wash. - It's still a construction site now, but the Martin Stadium renovation will be done in two weeks, right on schedule for opening day. KHQ got an inside look at this premiere renovation. It has three floors, with suites, a club floor, and a new press box.
SPOKANE, Wash. - An eyewitness who saw a hit and run at the intersection of E. Sprague Ave. and N. Pines Road last week, which involved former U.S. Ambassador Ryan Crocker, described the driver as "highly out of control and highly dangerous."
Friday, KHQ acquired the 911 tapes, which helped
HAYDEN, Idaho. - A north Idaho man is claiming his rights were violated after he was tased inside a Kootenai county courtroom, and it was all caught on tape.
Robert Peterson says he had every right to film inside of the courtroom even after repeated attempts by court officials to ask him to stop.
UPDATE: An autopsy was conducted today and the Medical Examiner's Office advised the incident is still under investigation but at this time the incident appears to be an accidental death.
SPOKANE, Wash. - On 08-24-12 around 11:20 am Spokane Police responded to a residence in
SPOKANE, Wash – Imagine fighting crime with your cell phone. With today's technology, it's perhaps no surprise "there's an app for that."
"Crime Push" is a free app for your Apple or Android device that makes it easy to send texts, photos and video directly to police