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  1. Business agreement prevents charges against Spokane Valley shop

    Business agreement prevents charges against Spokane Valley shop

    The Spokane County Sheriff's Office said the case is not a criminal matter because customers willingly entered into a business agreement with the owner.

  2. SPD arrests two people for pair of coffee stand robberies

    SPD arrests two people for pair of coffee stand robberies

    Authorities said they spotted the individuals after an officer noticed an older-model Subaru driving in the area.

  3. Spokane Valley SWAT situation ends, no suspect found

    Spokane Valley SWAT situation ends, no suspect found

    SWAT team members had been talking to the suspect with a loud speaker.

  4. Albertsons discloses new data breach in Idaho and Wash.

    Albertsons discloses new data breach in Idaho and Wash.

    The companies disclosed a data breach in August, and they say the two incidents are separate

  5. MUST SEE: Mike Leach on technology's role in the end of mankind

    MUST SEE: Mike Leach on technology's role in the end of mankind

    Washington State head coach Mike Leach talked about his resistance to technology, the negative impact it has had on personal interaction, and its role in the eventual extinction of mankind.

  6. Fire investigators spot pattern in Spokane Valley arson cases

    Fire investigators spot pattern in Spokane Valley arson cases

    Workers with Spokane Fire District 8 said they had never seen as many fires develop in such a short period of time.

  7. Where the jobs are: The new blue collar

    Where the jobs are: The new blue collar

    By 2017, an estimated 2.5 million new middle-skill jobs will be added to the workforce, accounting for nearly 40 percent of all job growth, according to a USA TODAY analysis of local data from Economic Modeling Specialists International.

  8. Admitted voyeur accused of filming young STA riders

    Admitted voyeur accused of filming young STA riders

    According to court documents, Kyle Tucker's cell phone featured videos of young girls between six and eight-years-old riding an STA bus. Documents said Tucker's shots were filmed up the girl's skirts.

  9. Spokane Co. authorities looking for 8 fugitives

    Spokane Co. authorities looking for 8 fugitives

  10. Spokane woman donates truck to hit-and-run victim

    Spokane woman donates truck to hit-and-run victim

    After KREM 2 News featured a story about the crash, a viewer named Marilyn Hill said she had to help.

  11. Couple brings back Spokane's youth sports program

    Couple brings back Spokane's youth sports program

    Now in its sixth year, almost 4,000 children in 39 elementary schools participate in the program.

  12. CDC: Ebola confirmed in Dallas patient

    CDC: Ebola confirmed in Dallas patient

    The World Health Organization said it has confirmed more than 3,000 Ebola-related deaths in West Africa during the current outbreak, which has spread to five countries: Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, Senegal and Sierra Leone.

  13. Police searching for South Hill Baskin Robbins robbery suspect

    Police searching for South Hill Baskin Robbins robbery suspect

    Authorities said a man between the age of 18 and 24 went into the Baskin Robbins on Mt. Vernon Street and displayed what appeared to be a handgun.

  14. 5 things you didn't know about KREM's Briana Bermensolo

    5 things you didn't know about KREM's Briana Bermensolo

  15. Sunrise Elem. student injured while walking off bus

    Sunrise Elem. student injured while walking off bus

    The boy injured his arm according to CVSD staff.

  16. Seattle woman busted in carpool lane with giant bear

    Seattle woman busted in carpool lane with giant bear

    Police pulled over a woman for speeding in the HOV lanes of I-5 in Lynnwood during the morning commute.

  17. Michael Phelps arrested on DUI charge

    Michael Phelps arrested on DUI charge

    The officer stopped the car just beyond the toll plaza, identified Phelps as the driver by his license and noted that the 18-time gold medalist "appeared to be under the influence."

  18. Former Zag Stockton Signs with Wizards

    Former Zag Stockton Signs with Wizards

    Former Gonzaga point guard David Stockton signed with the NBA’s Washington Wizards president Ernie Grunfeld announced on Monday. Stockton is one of 20 players on the Wizards roster heading into training camp.

  19. Chiefs fans annihilate 12s stadium noise record

    Chiefs fans annihilate 12s stadium noise record

    Arrowhead stadium reached 142.2 decibels, it was announced during the Chiefs' game with the New England Patriots.

  20. Scam targets recently widowed Spokane woman

    Scam targets recently widowed Spokane woman

    Police said the suspects instructed victims to get pre-paid cards loaded with cash.