KHQ Video - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com

Right Now:

56°
  • (Feels like 56°)
  • Clear

Today:

  • 79° |
  • 52°

7-Day Forecast

  • KHQ Community ResourcesMore>>

  • SCRAPS Pet of the week

    SCRAPS Pet of the week

    Latest pet of the week at Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS)>>
    Latest pet of the week at Spokane County Regional Animal Protection Service (SCRAPS).>>
  • Success by 6

    Success by 6

    United Way Success By 6® is the nation's largest network of early childhood coalitions, focused on improving school readiness through community change.>>
    Success By 6® is focused on improving school-readiness through community change.>>
  • Local Community ConnectionMore>>

  • For Women Only

    For Women Only

    A collection of news, health information, fashion tips and more all in one place and for women of all ages.>>
    A collection of news, health information, fashion tips and more - all in one place and for women of all ages.>>
  • Saluting the Brave

    Saluting the Brave

    News, features and pictures of the men and women who bravely serve our country.>>
    An online community for local military personnel and their families.>>
  • Success by 6

    Success by 6

    United Way Success By 6® is the nation's largest network of early childhood coalitions, focused on improving school readiness through community change.>>
    Success By 6® is focused on improving school-readiness through community change.>>
HD DOPPLER 6i
/
  • News Right NowMore Local NewsMore>>

  • Attention shoppers: woman's warning after drive-by purse snatching

    Attention shoppers: woman's warning after drive-by purse snatching

    Saturday, May 27 2017 1:34 AM EDT2017-05-27 05:34:50 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane woman says she was the latest victim in what seems to be a new trend for thieves: drive-by purse snatching.   Alice Galeotti says she left her purse in her shopping cart while she was loading up her car. She got distracted and that's when the thieves decided to strike. "It's very disheartening that you can't even shop in broad daylight and not have your entire life disrupted by thieves," said Galeotti. She was 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A Spokane woman says she was the latest victim in what seems to be a new trend for thieves: drive-by purse snatching.   Alice Galeotti says she left her purse in her shopping cart while she was loading up her car. She got distracted and that's when the thieves decided to strike. "It's very disheartening that you can't even shop in broad daylight and not have your entire life disrupted by thieves," said Galeotti. She was 

    >>
  • Sun is out and so are package thieves

    Sun is out and so are package thieves

    Friday, May 26 2017 11:48 PM EDT2017-05-27 03:48:45 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A North Spokane man is warning online shoppers to be careful as the weather warms up.  His doorbell camera caught footage of a man stealing his packages right off of his doorstep- in broad daylight.  What can you do to prevent this from happening to you? First, if you know you're getting a package, make sure it's sent to your house at a time you know you're going to be home. If you're not going to be home, you can 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - A North Spokane man is warning online shoppers to be careful as the weather warms up.  His doorbell camera caught footage of a man stealing his packages right off of his doorstep- in broad daylight.  What can you do to prevent this from happening to you? First, if you know you're getting a package, make sure it's sent to your house at a time you know you're going to be home. If you're not going to be home, you can 

    >>
  • Post Falls Officer pulls over little girl in power wheels Jeep

    Post Falls Officer pulls over little girl in power wheels Jeep

    Friday, May 26 2017 10:03 PM EDT2017-05-27 02:03:49 GMT

    POST FALLS, Idaho - Hometown Heroes. Every week, we highlight someone who works in public safety for all the good work they do. Tonight is a bit of a change from the typical Hometown Hero. It's the story of a little girl who suddenly became public enemy number one. Pat Eismann was patrolling the area in Post Falls when he noticed something a bit out of the ordinary. "I saw a little girl driving a power wheels jeep down the street," Officer Eismann said....

    >>

    POST FALLS, Idaho - Hometown Heroes. Every week, we highlight someone who works in public safety for all the good work they do. Tonight is a bit of a change from the typical Hometown Hero. It's the story of a little girl who suddenly became public enemy number one. Pat Eismann was patrolling the area in Post Falls when he noticed something a bit out of the ordinary. "I saw a little girl driving a power wheels jeep down the street," Officer Eismann said....

    >>
  • Tent territory: campgrounds fill up for Memorial Day weekend

    Tent territory: campgrounds fill up for Memorial Day weekend

    Friday, May 26 2017 10:00 PM EDT2017-05-27 02:00:22 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - In the wake of Memorial Day weekend, families have the grills out and are outside playing board games, enjoying the great weather. "You know we're hanging out playing board games," said Mark Sommers. Mark and his family are spending their weekend at the Riverside State Park and plan to be outside most of their three day vacation. "We went down to the river and walked across the bridge that was great, we'll 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - In the wake of Memorial Day weekend, families have the grills out and are outside playing board games, enjoying the great weather. "You know we're hanging out playing board games," said Mark Sommers. Mark and his family are spending their weekend at the Riverside State Park and plan to be outside most of their three day vacation. "We went down to the river and walked across the bridge that was great, we'll 

    >>
  • Parents concerned after man follows children home from school

    Parents concerned after man follows children home from school

    Friday, May 26 2017 9:51 PM EDT2017-05-27 01:51:25 GMT

    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's any parent's worst fear. Thursday, a man tried following several children home from school. The man with a skateboard walked out of this ally-way as kids were on their way home from school. He asked them if they liked batman, and then reportedly followed them for several blocks. Kids playing outside Finch Elementary School, and Aaron Clark's kids are part of the group that was followed. "I watched them 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - It's any parent's worst fear. Thursday, a man tried following several children home from school. The man with a skateboard walked out of this ally-way as kids were on their way home from school. He asked them if they liked batman, and then reportedly followed them for several blocks. Kids playing outside Finch Elementary School, and Aaron Clark's kids are part of the group that was followed. "I watched them 

    >>
  • Son of accused deputy murderer speaks out

    Son of accused deputy murderer speaks out

    Friday, May 26 2017 9:28 PM EDT2017-05-27 01:28:46 GMT

    MISSOULA, Mont. - It was an emotional plea in the form of a letter sent to a Montana newspaper that first caught our attention. “I’m sorry that this happened,” Al Barrus said. Barrus, open about the guilt and the pain he feels over the loss of a deputy’s life, at the hands of his father and half brother. “His death was unnecessary,” Al said. Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore was shot to death on a stretch of road off of Interstate 90

    >>

    MISSOULA, Mont. - It was an emotional plea in the form of a letter sent to a Montana newspaper that first caught our attention. “I’m sorry that this happened,” Al Barrus said. Barrus, open about the guilt and the pain he feels over the loss of a deputy’s life, at the hands of his father and half brother. “His death was unnecessary,” Al said. Broadwater County Deputy Mason Moore was shot to death on a stretch of road off of Interstate 90

    >>
  • Spokane man sentenced to 23 years in prison for producing child porn

    Spokane man sentenced to 23 years in prison for producing child porn

    Friday, May 26 2017 8:01 PM EDT2017-05-27 00:01:06 GMT
    Spokane man sentenced to 23 years in prison for producing child pornSpokane man sentenced to 23 years in prison for producing child porn

    SPOKANE, Wash. - According to the United States Attorney's Office, a judge has sentenced 42-year-old Jeffrey David Wint to 23 years and 4 months in federal prison for production of child pornography.  His time behind bars will be followed with a life term of court supervision. Wint will also be required to register as a sex offender.  According to information shared during the court proceedings, Wint gave his young victim numerous gifts 

    >>

    SPOKANE, Wash. - According to the United States Attorney's Office, a judge has sentenced 42-year-old Jeffrey David Wint to 23 years and 4 months in federal prison for production of child pornography.  His time behind bars will be followed with a life term of court supervision. Wint will also be required to register as a sex offender.  According to information shared during the court proceedings, Wint gave his young victim numerous gifts 

    >>
  • Airway Heights water crisis: City says water still unsafe; What you need to know

    Airway Heights water crisis: City says water still unsafe; What you need to know

    Friday, May 26 2017 7:28 PM EDT2017-05-26 23:28:43 GMT

    AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - The City of Airway Heights says as of Friday afternoon, the water is still unsafe to drink. The City of Airway Heights says as of Friday afternoon, the water is still unsafe to drink. Officials received the test results from the Anatek laboratory in Moscow, Idaho and says out of 17 samples taken throughout the system, 11 of them came back as either "Non-detect" or below EPA levels. 

    >>

    AIRWAY HEIGHTS, Wash. - The City of Airway Heights says as of Friday afternoon, the water is still unsafe to drink. The City of Airway Heights says as of Friday afternoon, the water is still unsafe to drink. Officials received the test results from the Anatek laboratory in Moscow, Idaho and says out of 17 samples taken throughout the system, 11 of them came back as either "Non-detect" or below EPA levels. 

    >>