PHOTOS: Inside the new Flett Middle School

SPOKANE, Wash. -- A new middle school is officially open in Spokane. Along with Denny Yasuhara Middle School, Pauline Pascal Flett Middle School are two of the three middle schools coming to Spokane Public Schools. A new courtyard, classrooms,…

Hiawatha Trail open for the summer season

KELLOGG, Idaho – The Inland Northwest’s most scenic mountain bike trail is now open.  The Route of the Hiawatha has been described as “The Crown Jewel of Rail-to-Trail Conservation in the Country.” It’s a 15-mile, all downhill ride that begins…

Roundabout on Grove and Geiger to open Monday

SPOKANE, Wash. -- If you drive near I-90 in southwest Spokane, you'll be able to use a new roundabout that's fully opening to traffic this week. Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) said the roundabout at the Geiger Blvd. and…

Keller Ferry sails again with repairs complete

KELLER, Wash. -- Because repairs are now complete, the Keller Ferry is back and ready to start sailing again, helping those traveling and possibly escaping fires. The Washington State Department of Transportation said the ferry resumed normal sailings at 11…

Waffle House serves up storm info as Dorian nears

"If Waffle House is open, keep driving, said Pat Warner, director of public relations and external affairs for Waffle House.It's the unofficial emergency index officials look to during hurricane season."If Waffle House is on limited menu there's probably limited resources,…

Shadle Aquatic Center closed Thursday

The Shadle Aquatic Center in north Spokane will be closed Thursday 'due to unforeseen circumstances,' according to the city's Parks and Recreation Department. 

Spokane USPS expands weekend retail service for holidays

The U.S. Postal Service wants the season to be merry and bright for its customers this year. To help with the hustle of the holidays, three post offices in Spokane will open on the two weekends before Christmas for full retail service.

North Monroe Street set to reopen today

The construction project that has led to clogged north/south streets in Spokane all summer long is just about over and traffic will once again flow on north Monroe. 

City offers to settle lawsuit over open-meeting law

The Seattle city attorney has offered to pay about $4,000 in city funds to settle a lawsuit that alleged city officials broke the state's open-meetings law when they repealed a head tax on businesses before a public meeting and vote.