Snow gear flying off of Spokane shelves

With a chance of snow in the seven day forecast, hopefully many stores are able to restock all of their winter gear. At the General Store on Saturday, many customers were being turned away because they can't keep sleds on the shelf!

Welcome Baby New Year

The new year means a fresh start, or new beginning, which was the case with one Spokane family who welcomed the Lilac City's first baby of 2016.

Fricke's family talks about her mental health advocacy

The family of 21-year-old Tina Fricke, the woman shot by deputies along Highway 195 Monday, is speaking out now, her mom saying Tina has made huge strides in her mental health battle, not just fighting for herself but many others.

Downtown bars ready for New Year's Eve

First Night Spokane isn't the only hot spot in town this New Year's Eve, as bars across downtown are busy preparing for crowds of revelers ready to celebrate 2016.

The Top 10 Stories of 2015

2015 was a year filled with deadly wildfires and raging windstorms, surprising revelations and tragedies in Moscow and Coeur d'Alene. Here's a look back at the year that was with the top 10 most-read stories on KXLY.com.

A look back at 2015

On the eve of a new year, it's a good time to reflect on the year that was. We do that, too, and looking back on 2015, we're reminded of the major stories that dominated headlines, stories of disgrace, of crisis and of Mother Nature's power over our region.

Providence Sacred Heart working to improve access to mental health care

The friends of Tina Fricke, the 21-year-old woman shot by a Spokane County Sheriff's deputy while she was wielding a weapon and pointing it at drivers along Highway 195, say she has been struggling with mental health issues for years, but the problem is resources available to those needing help are scarce.

Condon sworn in for second term

David Condon renewed his oath of office Wednesday, the first mayor elected to a second term in 41 years, admitting he's made mistakes but also pledging to worker harder to make Spokane the best city in the Pacific Northwest.

City begins Browne's Addition plow

They were warned: Several cars were towed Tuesday morning in Browne's Addition as city crews worked to plow north/south streets in the neighborhood.