The theory is that there's strength in numbers — especially when facing an enormous task such as addressing climate change. That's why some government officials are joining together to reduce the impacts of global warming.
The family of a pilot who died after his plane crashed in Spokane alleges that the attendant at Felts Field who pumped the wrong kind of fuel into the aircraft should never have been working at that job.
SPOKANE — The region's firefighters are better organized to handle the threat of devastating wildfires after last year's record-breaking blazes, but still need federal help in recruiting volunteers and managing forestland, local officials told Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers on Friday.
As the South Sound gears up for its annual July 4 boomfest, emergency responders, law enforcement agencies and animal shelters are preparing for inevitable consequences: brush fires, angry neighbors, stray dogs and spooked horses.
SPOKANE — A man who coerced a 16-year-old runaway into prostitution and sent her threatening letters from jail instructing her on how much she should earn each day was recently sentenced to more than 12 years in prison for human trafficking.