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President Barack Obama and the first family sing "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" at the lighting of the national Christmas tree Thursday night.
Homes near last year's Carlton Complex fire are experiencing a new kind of attack from Mother N, as families in Okanogan County are cleaning up damage after a storm triggered flash flooding along…
Post Falls Police announced an unexpected retirement on Wednesday. Koda, the department's first K-9 is leaving the job at the end of the summer due to health issues. Allie Norton reports.
Dozens turn out in Phoenix for an anti-Islam rally in front of a mosque.
Former New York Governor George Pataki announces he is a candidate for president of the United States during a rally in New Hampshire.
A dog is man's best friend, but Spokane resident Jamie McAtee might have you thinking she's a dog's best friend, since she's made it her mission to rescue unwanted and unadoptable dogs and give them…
World War I discharge papers hidden in a desk for 79 years have a new home after the woman who got the desk as a child was able to find the descendants of WWI veteran Carl Bergen. KXLY4's John…
Derek Deis takes us behind the scenes of the Chattaroy Cheese Company in this installment of Made in the Northwest.
Robyn Nance introduces us to two brothers in this week's Wednesday's Child.
The Extreme Team pulled it off, finishing two Post Falls baseball fields to cap off a whirlwind week of renovating three ball fields in two cities in two states in just six days. KXLY4's Mark…
Since it confirmed there was a single confirmed case of Measles in the Spokane area the health district has been inundated with calls. KXLY4's Allie Norton reports.
At least two homes are still uninhabitable after the Spangle Creek flooded homes back in February, and the Department of Ecology is working to help prevent it from happening again next spring. KXLY4…
Local economists say the Inland Northwest came in to 2015 with a head of steam and we're on track for a good year economically. KXLY4's John Hendricks reports.
KXLY4 Chief Meteorologist Kris Crocker has your Evening Forecast for May 29.
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