Police Chief Frank Straub

Straub files $4 million claim against the City of Spokane

Spokane's Chief of Police, Frank Straub has filed a $4 million claim against the City of Spokane for what he calls a wrongful termination.

417 animals find new homes across Washington

Animal shelters across Washington found new homes for 417 homeless cats and dogs last Saturday.

River City Modelers Fall Model Train Show set for October 11

Model train and railroad enthusiasts will gather at the Spokane Fair & Expo Center to enjoy their hobby through the fall train show which is sponsored by the River City Modelers.

Combat Vets Motorcycle Association fundraising ride in Moses Lake, Spokane

Two local chapters of the Combat Veterans Motorcycle Association will host fundraising motorcycle rides on Saturday. The rides are being hosted by the Spokane (11-3) and Moses Lake (11-2) Chapters.

Tickets now available for Spokane Humane Society's Furr Ball

The Spokane Humane Society’s 16th Annual Furr Ball dinner, dance and auction will be held Saturday, November 21, 2015 from 6 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the new Davenport Grand Hotel.

Student poster contest hopes to promote recycling

Kindergarten through 8th graders in Spokane County will have the chance to help put a spotlight on recycling during 2015 Spokane County Recycles Poster Contest.

Spokane Humane Society seeks donations for annual Booktober event

The Spokane Humane Society will host its annual Booktober Fest book sale on October 3rd and 4th.

Local tiny house project hopes to bring movement into the classroom

A Kickstarter campaign started by a group of local innovators hopes to help change the way Americans approach the housing market. Their project, The Collaborative Tiny House Project, aims to make…

Friends of Pavillion Park present the Spokane Symphony on September 5

Friends of Pavillion Park will present the Lud Cramer Memorial concert on Saturday September 5th at 6 p.m.

IHOP Restaurants and No Kid Hungry celebrate Share a Smile Day

Continuing their “Summer of Smiles” celebration, IHOP restaurants announced today that it has joined forces with No Kid Hungry to bring an end to childhood hunger.

Free Swim Week returns to Spokane area pools during the month of August

August heat is well under way and the Spokane Parks Foundation will help area residents cool off by funding free swim days at area pools from August 17 through 22.


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