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Spokane Valley is located in eastern Washington, just east of Spokane. The area was originally inhabited by the Salish Indians. In the early 1780s fur traders made their way through the area of present day Spokane Valley, and began calling the Native Americans "Spokanes," meaning "Children of the Sun." The two groups lived peacefully together until a Native American chief, Chief Garry, protested the loss of land and joined the Indian Rebellion of 1857. The turmoil did not end well for the Spokanes, who were forced to leave their homes and move to a reservation northeast of the Spokane River.

Population: 80927
Local Newspapers: The Spokesman Review
Local Sports Teams: Gonzaga Bulldogs Spokane Indians (Single A Baseball) Spokane Chiefs (WHL)
Local Colleges: Gonzaga University

Zip Codes associated with spokane valley, washington: 99016 99027 99037 99206 99212 99216
Towns/Cities near spokane valley, washington : Millwood Green Acres Liberty Lake Trentwood Otis Orchard Opportunity Veradale

Spokane Valley News
Gonzaga fan gets tattoo for a good cause

The tattoo will be a Gonzaga bulldog on his right forearm. The tattoo benefits Giving Back-Packs, which hands out full backpacks to the homeless who have little or nothing.

8 people arrested, 20 felony charges filed in nuisance home raid

Eight people in Spokane Valley were arrested in connection with what the Spokane County Sheriff's Office calls a nuisance home, including the homeowner. A search warrant was obtained by Spokane Valley Investigative Unit Detectives for a home in the 10800 block of E. Main.

Level 3 sex offender moves within Spokane area

Sullivan has served his sentence for previous crimes and is not wanted by law enforcement at this time. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office releases information on sex offenders when they believe the information will enhance public safety and protection.

Groups oppose Senate candidate's planned rally, citing safety concerns

A planned rally for Joey Gibson, a Republican currently looking to unseat Sen. Maria Cantwell , is garnering controversy from several community groups that don't want his rally held on public property like CenterPlace, which is owned by the City of Spokane Valley. Those groups, like Spokane Democratic Socialists of Spokane and FUSE Washington, cite the fact that prior rallies held by Gibson have attracted white nationalists and ended in violence.

Resident receives 2nd degree burns in apartment fire

On Wednesday at around 9 a.m., Spokane Valley Fire Department units responded to a reported commercial structure fire at 9408 E. Montgomery Avenue. The caller reported dark smoke coming from a neighboring apartment.

Spokane County Sheriff's Office to host free active shooter survival training

The Spokane County Sheriff's Office, along with the Spokane Valley Police Department, will host active shooter survival training on Tuesday, April 10 at the West Valley High School Auditorium.

Legislature sued over how it changed police deadly force law

Sen. Jamie Pedersen, left, D-Seattle, speaks during debate on the Senate floor, Thursday, March 8, 2018, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on the final day of the regular session of the Legislature. Lawmakers in the Senate were discussing a compromise measure designed to make it easier to prosecute police who commit reckless or negligent shootings in Washington state.

Editorial: Spokane's bona fide censorship of 'Live PD' - Sun, 11 Mar 2018 PST

The Spokane City Council last week approved rules that will make it almost impossible for television crews embedded with law enforcement to broadcast what they film. Along the way, they ran roughshod over the First Amendment.

Spin Control: How I-940 could become law with changes already on the books - Sun, 11 Mar 2018 PST

Sen. Mike Padden, R-Spokane Valley, listens to debate on the Senate floor, Thursday, March 8, 2018, at the Capitol in Olympia, Wash., on the final day of the regular session of the Legislature. Lawmakers in the Senate were discussing a compromise measure designed to make it easier to prosecute police who commit reckless or negligent shootings in Washington state.

Driver arrested after high speed crash in Spokane Valley

At least one person taken to the hospital with minor injuries following a high speed crash in Spokane Valley Friday evening. Sheriff's Deputies tell KHQ that they tried to stop a car at Trent and Progress for fake tabs.

Spokane family's home burglarized during family emergency

Last week, Nancy Gomez, along with her husband and 4 kids, had to make a sudden trip to California for a family emergency. They packed up their SUV the night before and took off early the next morning.

Spokane family's home burglarized during family emergency

SPOKANE, Wash. - A family who's only been in Spokane for six months just became the latest victims of a crime.

Spokane Valley Summer Theatre heading 'Into the Woods' - Fri, 09 Mar 2018 PST

Spokane Valley Summer Theatre in 2018 will stage one full-length musical, present an evening of Broadway music and work with youngsters on three different shows. The company, now in its third season, will go "Into the Woods" in late July.

Once a top seller of Nike shoes, Steve Warwick prepares to close his...

"Are you interested in a new line of shoes?" Miller asked. At the time, Warwick's Sport Shack carried only guns, fishing tackle and Wilson Sporting Goods equipment.

New modular housing planned for Spokane

An old house stood for decades before being demolished for a pay-to-park lot. When neighbors protested, developers changed tack and now envision housing of the future made from a wood product as strong as stone.

Spokane Valley secures funding for $19 million project

The City of Spokane Valley received welcome news this week that more than $9 million in federal Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recovery Discretionary Grants funding has been awarded to the Barker/BNSF grade separation project. "This is great news," said Spokane Valley Mayor Rod Higgins.

Fire roundup: Gas leak shuts down businesses, traffic on East...

The Spokane Valley Fire Department this week battled a natural gas leak that shut down several businesses and blocked off a section of Broadway Avenue between Wilbur and Pines roads for several hours. The Spokane Valley Fire Department on Feb. 28 responded to a natural gas leak on the 12200 block of East Broadway Avenue around 4:15 p.m. Firefighters made contact with operators of a boring machine that had punctured a gas line in the eastbound lanes of Broadway Avenue.

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