Extreme Team

Extreme Team to help beloved Eagles Ice-A-Rena

Three generations of the Hershey family enjoyed some ice time at Eagles Ice-A-Rena Wednesday morning.  Dr. John Hershey and his son Jason were teaching 5-year-old Manase how to skate.  It was an experience the Hersheys understand is unique to a place like Eagles.

Extreme Team to help cancer patients

The Extreme Team is taking on its newest project. Starting Wednesday, Mark Peterson and the crew will clear out a lot at 614 S. Hatch on the Lower South Hill to make room for a new home. It's not the house that will be special, but who will be staying there.

Extreme Team helps clear out stumps left over from windstorm

For many homeowners who experienced damage from the windstorm the sound of chainsaws brought grief to their wallets as they tried to remove downed trees from their property. On Thursday the KXLY Extreme Team brought some welcome relief to those who still had stumps left behind.

KXLY4, ZZU team up to provide Christmas for adoptive family

A Spokane couple has welcomed into their home three young girls, adopted after a traumatic first few years of their lives. Now, KXLY4 and 92.9 ZZU are coming together to bring them a Merry Christmas - and, the last piece of their family's puzzle.

Extreme Team helping bring family back together

Christmas is always better when shared with brothers, sisters, moms and dads. The KXLY Extreme Team knows that, which is why they took on a special project to bring one family home for the holidays.

KXLY's Extreme Team renovating home of Spokane's Singing Nuns

For 100 years, it has loomed on the bluff overlooking east Spokane. But, many in Spokane have no idea what's inside the historic Mt. St. Michael. Now, as inhabitants celebrate the building's centennial year, KXLY's Extreme Team is stepping in to make life easier inside what's known as "The Mount."

Extreme Team field days Marine vet's home

Jesse Bruce served our country in the Marines from 2001 to 2005 as a combat engineer. He's a Purple Heart recipient, an experience he'd rather not talk about. Tuesday, KXLY's Extreme Team showed its appreciation for Bruce by doing some work on his house.