You'd best your raincoats ready.
Getting around in snow and slick roads isn't easy. Not many people want to drive in these conditions, and that's what one volunteer organization is seeing, too.
The company offered free shovels in return for a promise that you'll go help shovel snow for a neighbor.
After a slow start to winter, the Inland Northwest has gotten its fair share of snow.... and more is on the way!
A snowy Thursday evening around the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area will make for some tricky spots on your Friday morning commute.
Another round of snow is moving in this evening and into Thursday.
It can be brutally cold in the Inland Northwest during the winter. If you're someone who wishes you could enjoy the outdoors without freezing, the Davenport Grand has your answer!
If Cougs can survive the heartbreak that comes with a football season, then they can pretty much survive anything – like getting back to Pullman in time for spring semester, even though it does not feel anything like spring at the moment.
It is a white out on Snoqualmie Pass!
Spokane Public Schools will be open and on time Tuesday, according to a tweet from the district Monday night.
Crews completed the full city plow just in time for more snow to start to fall.
Dozens of school districts across the Inland Northwest have canceled or delayed classes for Monday, January 13 due to heavy snow and dangerous driving conditions.
What a weekend, right? Well, don't hold your breath – there will be more snowfall in some areas, around 1-2 inches per hour.
Stevens Pass is closed in both directions due to delays clearing out car crashes.
WHEW! That was a wild day of snow!
It was a rough night for Spokane drivers on Friday, as a massive snowstorm hit the Inland Northwest.
Heavy snow prompted early closures at YMCA locations in Spokane and Sandpoint on Friday.
Not everyone had the chance to prepare for this winter storm, many waited until the last minute to get the basics.
A portion of Stevens Street has reopened on the lower South Hill.
As snow continues to fall, the City of Spokane announced it will begin a full-city plow on Friday afternoon.
Get ready for the biggest snowstorm of the new year!
If you bought jewelry from this local jeweler around the holidays, there’s a good chance you’ll be coming into some money.
A major winter storm will move into the Spokane and Coeur d'Alene area Friday.
Friends say Carl Humphreys was one of two people killed in Tuesday's Silver Mountain Avalanche.