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The Spokane City Council has approved a proposal for pilot project to install speed reader cameras that would ticket those going over the limit in a school zone. KXLY 4's Allie Norton shows us how the cameras work.
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School starts for the Mead School District a week from Tuesday, and some families are just now receiving word on which school their children will be attending. Caiti Currey reports.
St. Maries has a problem as big as Babe the Blue Ox on its hands as it gets ready for its annual Paul Bunyan Days after an oil spill in the St. Joe River might close off a popular park for the annual…
Paris apartment fire kills 8, including 2 children.
Same-sex couple challenges Kentucky county clerk on her refusal to issue marriage licenses despite Supreme Court order.
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…
The fire fight on the front lines of Washington's wildfires is made up of an eclectic group, including groups from California, Australia and New Zealand and, closer to home, members of the Washington…
Derek Deis takes viwers inside Swiss Tech.
Every week, our Wednesday's Child segment features a child or children in foster care who need an adoptive home, but this time its something a bit different: What you can do to help those children…
The KXLY 4 Extreme Team was back in action Wednesday to help lend a hand to Jace Malek and his family. KXLY4's Mark Peterson reports.
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.
Lower temperatures and higher humidity are helping firefighters gain the upper hand against wildfires burning across eastern and north central Washington. KXLY4's Grace Ditzler 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 September 1.
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