Spokane Public Schools cracking down on vaccine law

More than 900 students at Spokane Public Schools could be pulled from class on Monday. The district is cracking down on the state law which requires students to either have proof of vaccinations or fill out a exemption waver.

Missing teen found safe

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office says it has located a missing autistic teen, and the boy is now back with his family. 

Sunny Easter brings people outdoors

Temperatures in the 50s and clear skies had people in the Inland Northwest ditching Easter brunch and taking on the great outdoors. Camp Sekani Jamboree on Upriver Drive was packed with people on Sunday afternoon.

Suspicious fires damage 3 vacant Spokane houses

A three alarm fire had crews from 16 Spokane Fire engines fighting blazes at three homes on the South Hill Sunday morning. It was reported as smoke showing in the area just after 6 a.m., but when crews arrived on scene they found three vacant homes on fire near Fifth Avenue near Chandler.