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- ‘I’m glad to see Spokane come together’: Community celebrates Juneteenth June 20, 2021SPOKANE, Wash. — Today is the 156th anniversary of Juneteenth, when thousands of slaves were granted freedom in Texas. The Emancipation Proclamation was signed in 1863 by President Lincoln, but it took until June 19, 1865 for all slaves to be freed. This year is also the first year it’s a nationally recognized holiday. Events […]
- Seven injured in north Spokane apartment fire June 19, 2021SPOKANE, Wash. — Spokane Firefighters are responding to a fire that broke out at GoGo Apartments on 7006 N. Colton St. on Saturday afternoon where several were injured. Multiple people were trapped in the building, and some jumped out from windows to escape the fire. Spokane Police are asking people to stay away from […]
- Coroner rules stuntman’s death as an accident June 19, 2021MOSES LAKE, Wash. — The Grant County Sheriff’s Office said on Saturday morning that stuntman Alex Harvill’s death was ruled as accidental. Grant County Coroner Craig Morrison ruled that the cause of his death was blunt force trauma to the torso. Harvill was a 28-year-old stuntman from Grant County, who died of his injuries on […]
- ‘She passed completely alone’: FEMA helps grieving families with COVID-19 funeral expenses June 19, 2021COVID-19 forced families to say goodbye at a time when we needed each other most, but to offset funeral costs, FEMA is offering to help with the bill.
- SSA Upscale Sale produces $125,000 in sales June 19, 2021SPOKANE, Wash. — The Spokane Symphony Associates’ 2021 Upscale Sale made $125,000 over the last several weeks. Hundreds of individuals donated items and the SSA members volunteered thousands of hours preparing the donations to be sold. The Upscale Sale and Christmas Tree Elegance raised $450,000 for the Spokane Symphony in 2019, but both events were […]