SPOKANE, Wash.- Google is cracking down on disturbing cartoons that appear on the YouTube Kid's App. Google owns YouTube, and says it's rolling out new policies in the coming weeks to make sure the cartoons, which appear to be made for kids but have very inappropriate adult-themes, are taken down.
Nothing can wipe away the smile off Kayley Marks’s face. Her fiancé, Thomas Williams, and her three-year-old daughter, Kaliyah, keep her busy, but also keep her smiling, even through the worst of times. “The x-rays came back with a little something different than I expected,” Marks said. A few months ago, a routine check for migraines turned into doctors finding an epidermoid cyst in her brain.
Many of us have them, others see them waving from businesses, flagpoles, or homes. We’re talking about the American Flag. On Monday, a Spokane man was told to take his down, along with a United States Air Force flag. The flags were hanging above Nicholas Magee’s balcony at the Deer Run Apartments in North Spokane. “It’s unbelievable that they would serve me that and tell me to tear down my uncles flag,” said Magee. “I would love to fly
ATLANTA, GA- Excessive alcohol drinking is responsible for tens of thousands of Americans' deaths each year. But it's not just a physical toll on the country, it's a economic one as well.
SPOKANE, Wash. - The city announced that it was adding two meters to their “Give Real Change” campaign to help the homeless in our community on Tuesday. That campaign has already helped one person who was living at a homeless camp that KHQ reported on last week. It’s off of Division and Ermina and the city has been able to connect the man with housing. “Just about half of the people that we make contact with on the streets move directly into housing,” says..
SPOKANE, Wash. - Each day and each second that passes makes a north Spokane family even more worried especially with how cold it’s been outside. They’re looking for Hellboy, their 6-year-old hairless cat. “He looks kind of mean and evil with his green eyes but he's really sweet and comes up to people,” says Nick Bitonti. He and his fiancée Nicold are worried sick. “It's just so hard to talk about. He's more than just a cat. He's like a family member..
SPOKANE, Wash. -- To you, it may be an old gym bag, or a backpack full of homework, but all thieves see is a potential gold mine unmanned in your car. It's a year-round problem in our community, but Black Friday is like Christmas for crooks. "I came back to my car and the window was broke out, everything was gone from the jockey box," said one car prowling victim. "It made me angry, it's a violation."
SPOKANE, Wash. -- A family is beside themselves after a man defecated throughout their home, destroyed family pictures, flooded their basement, and then tried to light the property on fire. The tragedy had them questioning their faith in humanity, until a hero stepped in to help. "We put a lot of work into the house over the past couple months, working full time, we have four kids," said homeowner Rodney Gunther.
KOOTENAI COUNTY, Idaho - The Kootenai County Sheriff's Office is hoping you can help them find a missing man. Robert Westbrook's son posted on Facebook that his dad left Hayden at 4:30 p.m. on Monday for Kellogg, but has not been seen or heard from since.
PHILADELPHIA - An online campaign has raised more than $13,000 for a homeless man who used his last $20 to fill up the gas tank of a stranded motorist outside Philadelphia.
PHILADELPHIA - An online campaign has raised more than $13,000 for a homeless man who used his last $20 to fill up the gas tank of a stranded motorist outside Philadelphia. The Gofundme.com campaign was started Nov. 10 by 27-year-old Kate McClure after she said she ran out of gas on Interstate-95 and a homeless man named Johnny Bobbitt Jr. offered to walk a few blocks to buy her some.