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Tuesday's primary election results mark a historic first for Idaho: With women winning both parties' primaries for lieutenant governor, and no other candidates running,... [Read More]
The Washington Interscholastic Activities Association has announced the 2017-18 Winter Team Academic State Champions. [Read More]
A trial is scheduled for one of several bounty hunters who damaged a Spokane motel room while violently apprehending two people in September 2016. [Read More]
Earlier this week, betweeen his pre-tournament ESPN spots and radio interviews, "Dickie V" took time to chat with The Spokesman-Review. He recalls his favorite moments... [Read More]
"Welcome to Selection Sunday 2038 on PBS. I'm your host, Greg Gumbel and, yes, I am 91 years old, but I'm going to keep doing... [Read More]
House Speaker Scott Bedke warned that addressing the state's reading test will likely be the final legislative battle of the session before lawmakers can go... [Read More]
How well do you know Gonzaga's pod in the NCAA Tournament West Regional? Take our 15-question pod quiz to find out. [Read More]
Like everyone else in their generation, today's students grew up in the shadow of the mass shootings. Wednesday, teens across Spokane are protesting that it's... [Read More]
A $9.4 million project to improve safety and congestion at Bigelow Gulch and Forker roads is underway after almost 20 years of planning. [Read More]
June Daugherty has been at the helm of the Washington State women's basketball program since 2007, but the longtime coach won't oversee the Cougars for... [Read More]
The House has voted 57-12 in favor of SB 1313, the "stand your ground" bill. Rep. Judy Boyle, R-Midvale, the bill's House sponsor, said, "This... [Read More]
None of the proposals put forth this session to change the way Idaho handles reapportionment – redrawing of legislative and congressional district lines after the... [Read More]
The House today suspended its rules and took up HB 675, and passed it unanimously. That's the bill that just emerged from the Rev &... [Read More]
Don Herak, a concrete tycoon and longtime Gonzaga University trustee who became one of the school's most prolific donors, died Friday. He was 94. [Read More]
The group's latest album, "Orange is the New Barack," brings them to the Martin Woldson Theater at the Fox on Thursday. [Read More]
President Donald Trump's pick Tuesday to head the CIA, Gina Haspel, was the center of a legal dispute in Spokane as part of the civil... [Read More]
The House has voted 50-18 in favor of SB 1280, Coeur d'Alene Sen. Mary Souza's bill to move Idaho school board elections from May to... [Read More]
A GRIP ON SPORTS • The NCAA basketball tournament begins today, with Radford and Long Island University-Brooklyn having the honors. And the honor of losing... [Read More]
A small group of women in Spokane are doing what they can to make their corner of the world more understanding, inclusive and welcoming even... [Read More]
In a move that could allow the storied Bunker Hill Mine in Kellogg to reopen, the federal government has settled a longstanding Superfund lawsuit against... [Read More]