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Located on the Spokane River in Eastern Washington, 110 miles south of the Canadian border, this trading post was the first long-term European settlement in Washington and the center of the fur trade between the Rockies and the Cascades for 16 years. In the late 1800s, gold and silver were discovered in the Inland Northwest. The Spokane area is considered to be one of the most productive mining districts in North America.

Population: 202319
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, washington: 99201 99202 99203 99204 99205 99206 99207 99208 99212 99216 99217 99218 99223 99224
Towns/Cities near spokane, washington : Town and Country Fairwood Millwood Liberty Lake Cheney Millwood

Spokane News
Treasurer Rob Chase says he's interested in open Spokane County...

Spokane County Treasurer Rob Chase will seek appointment to the county commission seat Shelly O'Quinn plans to vacate this summer. Chase, 63, was first elected in 2010, narrowly defeating incumbent Democrat Skip Chilberg for the post after running as a write-in candidate.

Anti-Semitic graffiti scrawled on the Community Building in downtown Spokane - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 PST

Graffiti praising Adolf Hitler was written on the back door of the Community Building in downtown Spokane on Friday, April 28, 2017. Anti-Semitic graffiti praising Adolf Hitler was found written on the back door of the Community Building in downtown Spokane early Friday morning.

Spokane man accused of sexually assaulting women faces serious penalties

The Spokane man suspected of sexually assaulting women downtown and along the Centennial Trail could now be facing serious penalties. A pair of deputy prosecutors, who work for different branches of our local government, are now tag-teaming Smith in court.

Spokane cardiologist using new absorbable stents to treat patients...

Dr. Ellie Mueller, an interventional cardiologist, is now using bioreabsorbable stents to re-open blocked arteries in some patients. The stents - essentially tiny polymer tubes, inserted into blocked arteries to increase blood flow near the heart - are gradually absorbed into the body over a three-year period.

100 years ago in Spokane: Civil War veteran backs draft for World War I - Fri, 28 Apr 2017 PST

"The young men of today owe as much of a duty to their flag to enlist as did the young men of the 1860s." Those were the words of J.E. Stewart, the post department commander of the Grand Army of the Republic, which was the Civil War Union veterans' organization.

Spokane buyers desperate for a home

So a dog walks into a library. No, it's not a joke. That really happened today in Spokane on the South Hill.

Naked man arrested in women's bathroom on Spokane Community College campus - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 PST

Police arrested a man Wednesday after a women reported finding him naked in a stall in a women's bathroom on the Spokane Community College campus. The man, identified as 27-year-old Brandon N. Birdsill, had previously been arrested for an identical crime on the SCC campus in 2014 and had been banned from returning to campus.

100 years ago in Spokane: Bank certificates recovered, linked to...

Police believed the book's owner, Jame Grindle, was drugged and the certificates stolen. The proprietor of the Inland Pool Hall climbed up to fasten a detached chain to the overhead flush tank of a lavatory.

Meth, often mixed with opioids, leads spike in Spokane County drug...

Spokane police haven't busted a methamphetamine lab in at least three years, almost the same amount of time Breaking Bad and its meth-cooking protagonist have been off the air. But methamphetamine is contributing to more drug overdose deaths than any other drug in Spokane County, and that number rose significantly in 2016.

Dorothy Powers: Reopened Davenport taught Spokane to dream again - Thu, 27 Apr 2017 PST

The object of that dream - a gloriously refurbished Davenport Hotel - now turns the tables on us and bequeaths us the gift of a civic lifetime. A new spirit for Spokane - a fresh civic morale - has been generated by the Davenport and handed to us as a legacy.

Changes coming to Spokane's Carlyle Care House

Employees at The Carlyle in downtown Spokane say they're concerned about the plans to transform the facility from a treatment center into a halfway house. Pioneer Human Services, who have run the Carlyle Care House for the last six years, told residents and staff Wednesday that in October they plan on turning the assisted living facility into a halfway house.

Accidental drug overdoses on the rise in Spokane

According to the Spokane County Medical Examiner's Annual Report, there were 125 deaths from accidental drug overdoses last year. "Gone are the days where it was something that you'd just see on the street corner of a bad city," said Rick Freier, a veteran of the Spokane County Fire Department.

Spokane man who escaped Yakima jail captured

The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office and Yakima County Corrections Center announced that escaped inmate, 31-year-old Steven D. Roche, of Spokane was taken into custody early Wednesday morning. Roche had been on the run after escaping the jail earlier this month with another man, Chad Tipton.

Three 'parklets' coming to Spokane this summer - Wed, 26 Apr 2017 PST

Miles Bergsma, a manager at Wollnick's General Store, arranges the seating on a "parklet" installed in front of the business on West Main Avenue in downtown Spokane in August 2015. The Spokane City Council recently approved another extension of a pilot program for the parking-spot-sized public seating areas.

Spokane County voters overwhelmingly approve sales tax for 911 services - Tue, 25 Apr 2017 PST

David Affeldt, 911 communications supervisor, stands at his station while operators take calls May 24, 2013 in Spokane. Spokane County residents voted to renew a one-tenth of 1 percent sales tax that's used to fund upgrades to emergency communication technology used by firefighters and law enforcement.

Spokane family knows first hand high demand for behavioral health services

Providence Health Care will soon break ground on a new behavioral health hospital, and for one Spokane woman, the additional resources can't come soon enough. Angela Maioriello says she's grateful our community has the psychiatric services at Sacred Heart, but says she had a difficult time accessing the inpatient treatment for her family member last week.

Problematic drug house in Spokane boarded up

Spokane Police evicted the last people "flopping" at the home on Central Avenue, just west of Standard Street near Garry Middle School Tuesday morning. The woman who owns the home doesn't live there, but her drug-addicted son does, and that has led to years of problems.

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