- Crews responding to structure fire in East Central August 8, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — Crews from the Spokane Fire Department are responding to a structure fire in the East Central area. Crews are responding to the fire near North Pittsburg Street and East Riverside Avenue. 4 News Now is heading to the scene looking to gather more information. This is a developing story. COPYRIGHT 2022 BY […]
- Bridge deck work on I-90 and US 195 to begin this week August 8, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — If you are traveling on I-90 or US 195 in the next few weeks, you should start planning for upcoming delays. Crews from the Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) are rehabilitating bridge decks throughout the region, starting on Monday. They will patch potholes and remove and replace concrete in certain sections. […]
- Kendall Yards Night Market canceled due to heat concerns August 8, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — More cancelations are coming as temperatures stay high across the Inland Northwest. The Kendall Yards Night Market will be closed on Wednesday due to heat concerns. At the time of the market on Wednesday, it is expected that the streets will be 140 degrees as temperatures approach 100 degrees. The market has […]
- Multi-vehicle crash WB I-90 in near Barker Road in Greenacres cleared August 8, 2022SPOKANE VALLEY, Wash. — A multi-vehicle crash on WB I-90 near Barker Road in Greenacres that was blocking the left lane and right shoulder near Barker Road in Greenacres is now cleared. There were delays on the road for about an hour. COPYRIGHT 2022 BY KXLY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT BE PUBLISHED, BROADCAST, […]
- Spokane Public Schools introducing transportation plan before school year August 8, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — The 2022-23 school year is almost here, and Spokane Public Schools is preparing for what’s to come. SPS will be introducing a transportation plan before the start of the new school year. The busing proposal consists of four strategies in an effort to enhance bus operations for students in Spokane. During the […]
- Extra wildfire resources, thanks to HB 1168, have already paid off August 6, 2022At the Williams Lake Fire, 11 miles southeast of Cheney, firefighters continue to make progress on containment.
- ‘It’s not fun. It’s devastating’: Wheat farmer believes his combine started Lind fire August 5, 2022LIND, Wash. – A wheat farmer believes he is responsible for the fire that burned homes and structures in Lind on Thursday. The fire burned six homes and eight other buildings but is now fully contained. People who were evacuated can now return home. Grant Miller says his combine started the fire and within five […]
- Evacuations lifted for people living near Central Ferry fire August 5, 2022Evacuation notices were in place for a wildfire 50 miles southwest of Pullman
- Wind has settled during day 3 of the crews battling Williams Lake Fire August 4, 2022CHENEY, Wash. – There are less winds on day 3 of firefighters battling the Williams Lake Fire. The fire, which started Wednesday, has burned somewhere between 1.5 and 2.5 square miles in western Spokane County. Level 3 evacuations – meaning leave now – have been expanded for people living near the flames. Those living in […]
- 6 homes, 8 structures lost to wildfire in Lind August 4, 2022LIND, Wash. — Six homes and an additional eight structures have been lost to a wildfire burning in the town of Lind. All evacuation orders have been lifted and those living in the town can return to their homes. Containment is estimated to be around 100 percent. The wildfire has burned about 25 hundred acres […]
- Monkeypox Q&A: Here’s what you should know August 5, 2022How much should people worry about contracting monkeypox? How does it spread? Should everyone get the vaccine? Who is most at risk? Here's a Q&A.
- New telehealth service will expand COVID-19 treatment access August 2, 2022The Washington State Department of Health has launched a new telehealth service option, and it's free.
- Federal tourism aid funds gas stations, trash cans, jazz July 30, 2022Hundreds of tourism projects nationwide are collectively getting about $2.4 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding.
- Biden no longer shy in singling out Trump, the ‘former guy’ July 30, 2022For some Democrats, President Joe Biden’s willingness to engage directly with Donald Trump was overdue.
- In race for monkeypox vaccines, experts see repeat of COVID July 30, 2022Public health officials warn that moves by rich countries to buy large quantities of monkeypox vaccine could leave millions of people in Africa unprotected against a more dangerous version of the disease. Scientists say that, unlike the campaigns to stop COVID-19, mass vaccinations won’t be necessary to curb monkeypox outbreaks. They think targeted vaccinations, along […]
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