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Another group of 12th Kids are getting fired up for Super Bowl XLVIII this weekend. The students at St. Charles Catholic School in north Spokane held a pep rally Thursday afternoon to get fired up for the big game. KXLY4's Ian Cull reports.
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As the Fourth of July weekend heats up, a lot of people are going to head to pools, lakes and rivers to cool down. But water is nothing to mess with, that message is underscored by a drowning on…
A breach in a log boom the US Army Corps of Engineers uses to temporarily store drift debris resulted in a number of logs and smaller debris entering Lake Pend Oreille Tuesday night. KXLY4's Grace…
Gunmen in Dhaka, Bangladesh, stormed a cafe Friday in the city's diplomatic zone.
It was a three-way handshake that left some shaking their heads. A trio of world leaders couldn't figure out which hand to put where.
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…
A Spokane WWII veteran is fighting to receive a Purple Heart from an injury he suffered during service in the Pacific 70 years ago. KXLY4's Jeff Humphrey reports.
Derek Deis tours S2 Media in this Made in the Northwest
Nearly everyone has the ability to help foster children simply by donating one item that makes their move from home to home a little bit easier.
It looks like all of Reardan came out Thursday afternoon to check out the Mark Peterson and the Extreme Team's handiwork on the high school baseball field. Mark Peterson and Grace Ditzler give us a…
As the Washington Poison Control Center says the number of people exposed to liquid nicotine is decreasing in all age groups, young children are still getting poisoned. KXLY4's Drew Reeves reports.
All fireworks are prohibited this year on the Colville Indian Reservation. You can't buy them, you can't sell them and you definitely can't set them off. KXLY4's Alyssa Donovan 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…
2015 was a record year for car sales, with 17 million cars and trucks sold nationwide. But, 70 percent of customers report feeling buyers' remorse when they left the lot. So, here are 4 things you…
KXLY4 Chief Meteorologist Kris Crocker has your Evening Forecast for July 1.
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