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A plane crash ends the dreams of a father-son team attempting an around-the-world trip.
For John Oakley and his family, teaching is a family business. He's taught in Spokane Public Schools for 35 years, the last 12 years as a PE teacher at Sacajawea Middle School. Then last month he…
Many took to social media to share how they are honoring fallen Sgt. Greg Moore. KXLY4's Drew Reeves has a look at those posts.
A school bus driver in Arizona was placed on administrative leave after a bus ride got out of control last week has voluntarily resigned.
Hillary Clinton is calling for comprehensive immigration reform.
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…
Blinded by a suicide bomber while serving in Iraq, Maj. Scott Smiley has inspired everyone around him with his story of hope unseen. On Friday, he said an emotional farewell as he retired from the…
Derek Deis takes us inside Exactric Global Systems in this installment of Made in the Northwest.
Robyn Nace introduces us to Josiah, this week's Wesdnesday's Child.
It took hundreds of volunteers to renovate Spokane's Daybreak Youth Services' 30,000 square foot rehab center for girls this week, the Extreme Team's biggest project to date. KXLY4's Caiti Currey…
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.
Five months after the Carlton Complex Fire ripped through Okanogan County, man families remain homeless, but down in Pateros the community is rallying to make sure that everyone gets to celebrate…
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's Mark Peterson has your morning weather forecast for Wednesday, May 6.
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