Watermelon Hill fire 80-percent contained

The Watermelon Hill fire is now at 80-percent containment, the last Level 3 evacuation was lifted Monday afternoon, and now as firefighters continue to tame the fire, residents are starting to clean up in the fire's wake.

Cooler temps help fire crews

You might think the rain that fell across the Inland Northwest Tuesday morning would make quick work of fires raging throughout the state, however while the moisture is a relief, there's still plenty of work to do.

Fireworks sales kick off in Airway Heights

Fireworks are banned in the city and county of Spokane with few exceptions. One of the exceptions is Airway Heights, which allows fireworks but with some tight restrictions.

Fairchild remembers Czar 52 crew

Fairchild Air Force Base held a special retreat ceremony Tuesday to remember the four airmen lost in the B-52 crash at the airbase 20 years ago.

Fallen soldier returns home

Justin Clouse, the soldier who was killed in action in Afghanistan last week, has finally returned home to the Inland Northwest.

FBI aggressively pursing people lasing planes

The FBI is investigating another incident of someone using a laser to target airplanes in our area after Spokane Police responded to a home near the intersection of Lacey St. and East Nebraska Ave. after neighbors saw laser beams shooting skyward.

Into the 'Wild Blue Yonder' with the Thunderbirds

One of the highlights of this weekend's SkyFest is the performance by the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, and KXLY's Robyn Nance got the ride of a lifetime Friday morning with Thunderbird #8, Washington native – and WSU grad – Major Michael Fisher.

Fairchild ready for SkyFest 2014

SkyFest returns to Fairchild Air Force Base this weekend after several years away, and features a variety of aircraft from across the country including the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds.