Here are four things to know as you start your Thursday morning.
Here are four things to know as you start your Wednesday morning.
Here are four things to know as you start your Tuesday morning.
Here are four things to know for your Monday morning.
Spokane police conducted a major drug bust at a downtown Spokane hotel late Thursday night and into Friday morning.
Here are four things to know as you start your Friday morning.
In town for Hoopfest 2015 and want to know what to do between games? Look no further. KXLY 4 News has put together a list of 8 things to do during the weekend when you're not competing on the court.
The University of Washington officially introduced its new space to Spokane on Wednesday afternoon.
The City of Spokane will host a three-day 4th of July Celebration on July 3rd, 4th and 5th.
The City of Spokane is continuing its mission to support project that green and beautify the city's neighborhoods.
Spokane Municipal Court Judge Mary Logan was honored with the 2015 Access to Justice Judicial Leadership Award by the Washington State Access to Justice Board on Saturday.
Three local businesses teamed up to ensure kids have lunches this summer.
Local novelist Bill Percy will stop by Auntie's Bookstore at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, June 23rd for a reading and signing of his new psychological thriller, Climbing the Coliseum.
Due to the hot, dry conditions, the Spokane City Fire Marshal will prohibit the use of specified outdoor recreational fires (in ground campfires, fire bowls and fire pits) throughout the City of Spokane effective June 17.
Amid the chaos surrounding her race and credibility, Rachel Dolezal has resigned her position as president of Spokane's NAACP.
Empire Health Foundation will host a Grand Opening ceremony for its new Philanthropy Center at 1020 W. Riverside on Monday June 15th from 4:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Spokane's famous smoke stacks will glow teal during the night of Monday June 15th as a show of support for Scleroderma Awareness Month.