Top stories to know Monday morning

Top stories to know Monday morning
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Happy Monday!

Here are the top stories you need to know as you head into the start of your week.

Natural gas found flowing from Spokane Valley building that caught fire

The cause of a fire at a Spokane Valley building is still under investigation, though firefighters did find natural gas flowing from the building. Fifty firefighters responded to help get the flames under control.

Cold temperatures on the way

Monday brings the warmest temperatures all week, so enjoy it while you can. Temperatures will dip into the low 20s overnight later this week. Despite chillier weather, it will be sunny.

Immunization deadline approaching

Parents of Spokane Public School students have until the end of the week to vaccinate their children. If they don’t, those children will be asked to stay home from school.

Police investigate reports of shooting in South Perry District

Police are investigating reports that some young people shot at someone inside a car near Grant Park late Sunday night. Police are still searching for suspects and do not know if anyone was injured.