Air quality deteriorated rapidly in much of eastern Washington on Saturday, as smoke from wildfires drifted into communities.
The Spokane school district has released the findings of an investigation into an early May incident at a middle school when Black twin sisters were asked to clean cotton along with other students in a social studies class exploring the industrial revolution and the impact of the cotton gin.
A man from Stevens County has been arrested for allegedly stealing a school bus and driving it through multiple counties before stealing a front-end loader and crashing it into a home.
The record-shattering heat wave in the Pacific Northwest prompted fishing and conservation groups to ask a federal court Friday to order more spill from dams on the lower Snake and Columbia rivers next spring.
Wildlife biologists have captured a female grizzly bear in Washington state for the first time in 40 years, fitting it with a radio collar so they can track its movements, officials said Thursday.
Officials in Washington’s Spokane County say the death toll from the past week’s heat wave has reached 17, about 10 more than previously reported.
Spokane Mayor Nadine Woodward talks with Brandi Kruse about the governor's visit to Spokane today.
The medical school at Washington State University has received full accreditation, the final step in an academic journey that took nearly six years.
Firefighters in Spokane are crediting three passersby with rescuing a woman from a burning car after a rollover crash.
A Spokane woman was stabbed 26 times, including once through the heart, in a brutal attack last week that left her dead and her young daughter in critical condition, according to court documents.
Serial killer Joseph Edward Duncan III died in U.S. prison, having admitted to slaughtering seven people — including five children — in Idaho, Washington state, Montana and California.
The university said graduates will be allowed to invite at least three, possibly four, guests depending on the number of participating graduates.
A jury has ordered Alaska Airlines to pay $3.2 million to the family of a 75-year-old disabled woman who died four months after falling down a Portland International Airport escalator.
Police in Spokane, Washington, have arrested a man in connection with the defacing of a synagogue with swastikas earlier this month.
Home surveillance camera shows a semi sliding on an icy road and stopping just short of a home in Spokane.
The Spokane Police Department is looking for the person who painted swastikas on the Temple Beth Shalom building and a Holocaust memorial.
Washington State University is currently preparing for a mostly in-person fall 2021 semester.
The last of four domestic terrorists who robbed banks and planted bombs in the Spokane region in 1996 has been resentenced to 55 years in federal prison.
On the anniversary of the first confirmed COVID-19 case in the United States, Washington state health officials said Thursday they are plowing ahead with plans to open four mass vaccination sites next week, despite logistical concerns that include questions about vaccine supply.
A woman died early Wednesday morning when a tree fell on her car during a windstorm that slammed the Northwest.