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How local summer camps are changing operations to keep kids safe
While some summer camps have chosen to stay closed for the 2020 season, there are a few that will be opening up with restrictions.[read more]

Catholic Charities’ temporary family homeless shelter moves to provide more space
Families seeking shelter now have a better chance of finding it. Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington moved its temporary family shelter to help more people under the new social distancing guidelines.[read more]

WA virus order expiring, counties get more flexibility
OLYMPIA, Wash. (AP) — Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday announced he would not extend the state’s COVID-19 stay-at-home order beyond Sunday and would allow counties more flexibility to apply to advance through the current four-phase reopening plan using updated benchmarks that some larger coun...[read more]

Spokane County reports largest single day rise in COVID-19 cases as more testing is conducted
Spokane County saw its largest single day rise in COVID-19 cases on Friday. [read more]

Gleason Fest canceled due to pandemic
Gleason Fest, the annual music festival and Team Gleason fundraiser, has been canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. [read more]

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KXLY.com is your source for news, weather, sports, and entertainment headlines for Spokane, Coeur d'Alene, and the Inland Northwest.

Spokane Valley couple awaiting long-lost letter from son killed overseas
A Spokane Valley couple who lost their son in Iraq is anxiously checking their mailbox. [read more]

Shining Star Senior Night: The Mt. Spokane Girls’ Track and Field team
The head track coach at Mt. Spokane couldn’t pick just one athlete to nominate for our Shining Star night. Instead, she nominated all 10 seniors! [read more]

How local summer camps are changing operations to keep kids safe
While some summer camps have chosen to stay closed for the 2020 season, there are a few that will be opening up with restrictions.[read more]

Catholic Charities’ temporary family homeless shelter moves to provide more space
Families seeking shelter now have a better chance of finding it. Catholic Charities of Eastern Washington moved its temporary family shelter to help more people under the new social distancing guidelines.[read more]

Union Roasters opens second location in Coeur d’Alene, now offering beer and wine
Union Roasters has officially opened its second location in Coeur d’Alene. [read more]

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Minnesota protest updates: 'Prudent' to have Army units ready to deploy to Minnesota
Protests following the death of George Floyd while in police custody continued across the U.S. Saturday[read more]

NASA and SpaceX try again for historic launch, weather still uncertain
It will be the first time since 2011 the U.S. sends American astronauts from American soil.[read more]

NASA and SpaceX try again for historic launch, weather still uncertain
It will be the first time since 2011 the U.S. sends American astronauts from American soil.[read more]

Schools nationwide brace for cuts from new financial crisis
More than 13,000 public school districts face the possibility of sharp budget cuts as state tax revenues decline because of the COVID-19 pandemic[read more]

Schools nationwide brace for cuts from new financial crisis
More than 13,000 public school districts face the possibility of sharp budget cuts as state tax revenues decline because of the COVID-19 pandemic[read more]

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