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Robyn Nance sits down with Shannon Boniface to discuss "Do You Care?". It's a free event held on April 23rd at the Knitting Factory. The goal of the event is to inform the public about the needs of foster youth in our community.
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Dutch Bros. Spokane is celebrating ten years in the Inland Northwest. They started from humble beginnings and now have eight coffee shops and two more on the way. In that time, they have given to…
Businesses in Coeur d'Alene are upset with a group of men vandalizing the area. They've been caught on camera ripping up plants and even trying to pull a tree out of the ground. KXLY 4's Brittany…
One-time rivals Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders came together Wednesday to woo a group of voters that have been slow to flock to the former secretary of state: Millennials.
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 abrupt closing of ITT Technical Institute campuses nationwide has many students transferring their credits to other schools, but what happens to the students whose credits don't transfer? KXLY4's…
KXLY4's Derek Deis takes us behind the scenes of Barrister Winery in this week's Made in the Northwest.
This week's Wednesday's Child says he is mostly quiet, shy, and outdoorsy. KXLY 4's Robyn Nance reports.
It's been a long week for Mark Peterson and the KXLY 4 Extreme Team as they worked to build a new home for Spokane Boxing in the Jefferson Building. Now Mark and Rick Welliver walk through all the…
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.
Level one evacuations notices were sent out for residents near Grand Coulee and Elmer City this evening as wildfires popped up on both sides of the Columbia River.
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…
KXLY 4's Alyssa Donovan has your evening forecast for Tuesday, September 27.
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