- South Hill, Bonners Ferry Shopko locations among stores set to close
- One person killed in crash on Highway 395 south of Loon Lake
- Eight alpacas killed by cougar near Riverside State Park
- Mead woman dies in two-car crash on Highway 2
- UPDATE: Jury finds Torrey Gambill, accused of raping woman he met on Tinder, not guilty on all charges
- Thief delivers devastating blow to Spokane dad trying to make it through school
- Tents removed, arrests made as "Camp Hope" gets shut down
- Former Red Robin restaurant company CEO dies by suicide
- Richland PD exchanges pleasantries with man that comments on own wanted Facebook post, later turns self in
- Report shows dozens of Jesuit Priests accused of child sex abuse lived and worked in Spokane
SPOKANE, Wash. - A local woman says she's heartbroken after she misplaced a priceless, irreplaceable necklace. "It's like I lost him twice," said Amanda Palmen. The necklace contained her fiance's ashes. He died back in April. "My fiance passed away in a car accident unexpectedly," she said.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Last week, we introduced you to an elderly volunteer for the Wishing Star Foundation. After a colon cancer diagnosis, she spent her days making 850 blankets for families the Wishing Star crew works with. With the cancer spreading to other organs, she had a wish of her own. "There isn't anything more they can do," Patricia Basler said. "I'm not ready to go yet."
SPOKANE, Wash. - A woman who has devoted the final years of her life to making blankets for the families the Wishing Star Foundation helps, now has a final wish of her own. Patricia Basler's daughter Gina reached out to Wishing Star's Executive Director Dan Curley. The Wishing Star so graciously helps makes the dreams and wishes of people from ages three to 21 come true, but Patricia's age far exceeds their guidelines.
SPOKANE, Wash. - A woman who recently found herself locked out of her truck said things only got more stressful for her after she was let back in. She said all she needed was a formal receipt from the company in order to be reimbursed for the expense from her insurance. When she got nowhere on her ow, she said, "Help Me Hayley." "I locked my keys and my phone in the truck," said Holly Hergesheimer.
SPOKANE, Wash. - All a Spokane Valley family wants is their late loved one's jewelry. They said it's vanished after it was removed at the hospital where she passed. Marlee Weinstock Watkins was just 41-years-old when she died. Her father said her health deteriorated fast after a blood clot was discovered on her liver.
RATHDRUM, Idaho - A family said their main priority right now is keeping their sick baby comfortable. They were recently told by doctor's their 19month-old daughter isn't expected to live much longer. They said one of the only things that eases her pain is a specialty chair that insurance won't cover. That's when friends said, "Help Me Hayley."
SPOKANE, Wash. - A local woman feels trapped in her own home. Thieves recently stole the car charger she needs for her oxygen tank. The victim said while it's relatively worthless to the crooks who stole it, it's a lifeline for her. "Please know you made my life really really difficult," victim Laura Camacho said. "It would really be nice if you would return it, no questions asked. Bring it back, or just throw it in my yard." That's what the victim
SPOKANE, Wash. - One week ago, we introduced you to Gilbert Ackaret. He was recently hit by a car, leaving his beloved tricycle destroyed. Once we told you about Gilbert's heartbreak, our community stepped up big. "It upset me," Gilbert said about the crash. "It very upset me." Because a tricycle is Gilbert's life line to lead the independent lifestyle he loves. "I help people, I clean," he said. "I sell apples." He needs his tricycle to work.
SPOKANE, Wash. - A local man is heartbroken after his beloved tricycle was destroyed in a crash. He told KHQ the driver who hit him admitted he did not have insurance. "He didn't see me coming and it went bang," Gilbert Ackaret said. "He hit my ankle and my ribs. I went to the hospital." And as soon as he was released, he was told all that was salvageable from his tricycle were two wheels. "It upset me," he said. "Very upset. Sad." Because