Spokane firefighters are responding a structure fire in Hillyard near Wabash and Freya. There are several crews on scene and witnesses have told KHQ smoke is getting thick. We have a crew heading to the scene. Stay tuned for updates.
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Spokane Police say the intersection of Sprague and Freya is back open following a collision between a City of Spokane dump truck and a car. The investigation into what happened continues.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Update: Washington State Patrol troopers say speed may have been a factor in the fatal crash on I-90 Monday night. Troopers say reader boards were activated telling drivers to slow down due to power line work happening on I-90. Troopers say the victim slammed into the back of a semi.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Spokane Police continue to investigate a crash Friday night that left one person dead. It happened near 12th and Freya around 9 p.m. Friday night. Police say a cyclist rode into the back of an SUV stopped at a stop sign. The biker was pronounced dead at the scene. Major Crimes detectives were called to help investigate the crash.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Pothole patrol. The snow from the rough winter we had is not sticking around, so why are the potholes? The city of Spokane says they are actually never done with filling potholes. It's a year round activity always. As of March 30th, the city has filled a total of 2,753 potholes. City crews work on a Monday through Thursday basis, prioritizing the most important streets. Freya is actually one street that will get long
SPOKANE, Wash. - A normal shift turns terrifying after a gas station was robbed at knife-point, and it was all caught on camera. This happened at the Chevron on Sprague and Freya. Brooke Haux was just doing her job Saturday morning, when a woman walked in and approached the register.
SPOKANE, Wash. - Everyone knows how bad Spokane's pothole problem is. We decided to go out for a drive today to bring you an update and progress report on some of the conditions on the roads. "Three weeks ago the roads were so bad you'd almost bottom out in your car," said Doug Pecha.
SPOKANE, Wash. - A water main break near Freya and Congress on the South Hill caused significant traffic issues Saturday morning. Emergency crews responded to the reported break just before 2 a.m. When fire crews arrived on scene, they asked for assistance from Spokane police for traffic control.