Woman wakes up to break into room + Spokane traffic officer shortage

Have a nice Monday guys from Spokane! Let’s start this day. Here are the most important things that happen in the city today.

First the weather today:

Partly sunny and cool. High: 55 Low: 27.

Here are the top stories in Spokane today:

  1. Deputy to the Spokane County Sheriff responded to a break-in call where the victim had just found an unidentified man in her bedroom. The victim’s adult son pursued the suspect, who was later arrested by MPs without incident. Later that day, the suspect booked for Burglary, was released by the courts on his own. (Press office)
  2. Spokane The lack of traffic officials is affecting the speed in the neighborhood, local residents say. the Spokane neighborhood councils are demanding the return of traffic officials to take action against speeding. They say it seems like more and more drivers all over the city are getting away with speeding and they want more Spokane Officials enforcing the speed limit. (KREM.com)
  3. Celebrate Day of the indigenous peoples, an event is taking place in the city center Spokane on Monday evening to raise awareness of Native American problems. (KXLY-Spokane)
  4. From Tuesday, The Provincial Council will be hosting its second year SpoCanopy Tree planting across Spokane to bring more street trees. (KXLY-Spokane)
  5. A motorcyclist was killed in an accident and a passenger was injured I-90 on Saturday. (KHQ right now)

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Today in Spokane:

  • 50% Refund Ends – Spokane Falls Community College (8:00 AM)
  • NE Hillyard Farmer’s Market – Northeast Community Center (3:00 PM)
  • Pet Walk-In Vaccination and Microchip Clinic (3:00 p.m.)
  • Membership Engagement Committee meeting (4:00 p.m.)
  • Booster Club meeting at LC Commons (6:30 p.m.)
  • Amy Grant Live In Concert – First Interstate Center for the Arts (7:30 PM)

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Sean Peek

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