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The Laurel Fire Department is gearing up for their annual fireworks show Saturday. [Read More]
You've probably heard fireworks go off already, as many get ready to celebrate America's Independence Day. However, for veterans dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder,... [Read More]
On Tuesday, Governor Jay Inslee's "No Mask, No Service" mandate takes effect and less than 24 hours after the proclamation, an anti-mask protest happened in... [Read More]
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Northern Quest Resort & Casino announced Friday that it has postponed the 2020 Outdoor Summer Concert season, rescheduling all shows for the summer of 2021. [Read More]
Can't wait until next year for the premiere of "Hamilton" in Spokane? Lucky for you, Disney Plus has fast-tracked the premiere of the filmed Broadway... [Read More]
The Spokane Police Department took to social media Friday morning to delve a bit deeper into the investigation of a 23-year-old woman's death earlier this... [Read More]
The Whitman County Sheriff's Office says a Corrections Officer is recovering at home after being assaulted by an inmate and later sent to the emergency... [Read More]
The Spokane Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS) has tips on how to keep your pet calm on the Fourth of July. [Read More]
Big Horn County health officials have confirmed a fourth death in the county due to COVID-19. [Read More]
This week's featured pet is a dachshund mix named Oscar. [Read More]
A large rock slide is blocking Highway 95 in Central Idaho south of Riggins. [Read More]
Fourth of July is tomorrow and if you're looking for something to do, or have last minute groceries to pick up, here's what's open and... [Read More]
St. John's United announced Thursday evening that one of its employees has tested positive for COVID-19. [Read More]
A new 3D printer at Kalispell Regional Medical Center is producing tools used to test people who may have covid-19. [Read More]
The Spokane Regional Health District has confirmed 59 new COVID-19 cases in Spokane County during a week that has seen nearly 350 confirmed cases thus... [Read More]
BLACK EAGLE- The Black Eagle Community Center is still hosting their Fourth of July parade Saturday, but they have announced some changes to the route. [Read More]
Update, July 3, 5:36 p.m.:... [Read More]
Here are the extended versions of the Mad Minute stories from Thursday, July 2nd. [Read More]
A police chief in suburban Denver fired officers who smiled in photos as they reenacted a chokehold that their colleagues used on Elijah McClain, a... [Read More]
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