ZZU Video of the Day
- WSDOT clearing out excess trash to set up fences around Camp Hope September 29, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — The Washington State Department of Transportation is at Camp Hope, clearing out trash to make room for fences to put around the camp. Excavators are on site, clearing out piles of pallets and other fire hazards in the area. “The camp is slowly getting cleaned up,” said Maurice Smith, Camp Hope Manager. […]
- RSV vaccine trial for older adults coming soon to Spokane September 29, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — A trial for a vaccine to prevent respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) is coming to Spokane. Dr. Jonathan Straben, a family practice doctor with MultiCare Health System, is leading a clinical trial sponsored by the drug maker Bavarian Nordic. Many people associate the RSV virus with infants and small children. Children and babies’ […]
- Spokane law enforcement conducting raid at Hells Angels Clubhouse on East Sprague September 29, 2022Spokane Police and federal agents are conducting a raid Thursday morning on the Hell's Angels Clubhouse in the 1400 block of East Sprague.
- 5-car crash cleared from I-90 off ramp to Lincoln September 29, 2022SPOKANE, Wash. — A crash involving five cars has been cleared from the westbound I-90 off ramp to Lincoln Street. Washington State Patrol say at least one person was injured in the crash. The exit is now back open and traffic is flowing normally. COPYRIGHT 2022 BY KXLY. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. THIS MATERIAL MAY NOT […]
- Prescribed burns possible at Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area September 29, 2022COULEE DAM, Wash. — The Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area may implement several prescribed fires this fall. Prescribed fires include 67 acres near the Gifford Campground and Boat Launch, along with large piles at Evans, Kettle Falls, Fort Spokane, Keller Ferry, and Spring Canyon. The goal of the prescribed fires are to promote forest health […]