Author: Tori Brunetti

Pools Ready For Swimmers, But Mother Nature Is Not

Spokane County's aquatic centers opened at 10:30 Friday morning ready to welcome in kids anxious to start their summer with a splash, but Mother Nature has not been cooperating with getting the summer started off right.

Spokane Teachers Relieved To Be Returning Next Fall

All 238 teachers that received layoff notices found out officially Thursday morning they will have jobs next school year and the school board decided not to increase class sizes at the elementary and middle schools.

Short Supply Leaves Cancer Patients Without Life-Saving Drugs

It's an emotional roller coaster that cancer patients have been on for nearly a year: First they are hit with the terrifying news they have cancer but then good news, it can be treated, followed by more bad news that the drug they need is not available.

Stevens County Dog Pack Strikes Again

The pack of wild dogs terrorizing animals in southern Stevens County is getting more aggressive, having killed a 350-pound llama Tuesday night on Casberg Borroughs Road in Deer Park.

Spokane Shoppers Reluctant To Spend Money

Another sign the economy might be taking longer to recover than we hoped: The Federal Reserve said people are not adding to their credit debt. That's a key indicator people are reluctant to spend money right now.

Spokane Housing Market Ripe For Buyers

Some experts call it the sure sign of a double-dip recession: Nationwide housing prices have hit an all time low since the housing bubble burst in 2006. Locally the numbers are not much better.

Division Street To Get $3 Million Makeover

The City of Spokane plans to spend the next several years - and $3M - to make Division Street pretty. Monday night the city council voted unanimously to move forward with the Division Gateway Project, which will stretch from Division at Interstate 90 to Brown and Ruby.

Bridgeport Students Fighting For President Obama

A small high school in Central Washington is getting national attention as Bridgeport High School is one of three finalists in a competition to get President Obama to deliver the commencement speech at their school.