Rebecca White

News Host and Reporter

Rebecca White is a 2018 graduate of Edward R Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University and covered public safety, government, and community events as a reporter for The Spokesman-Review since June of 2018. She got her start interning at her hometown paper the Dayton Chronicle and also interned for the Columbia Basin Herald newspaper covering the Washington State Legislature. She grew up in Dayton, WA raising chickens, pigs, rabbits, and cows for her family's farm projects, but currently lives in Spokane with only a dog and a cat.

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The committee tasked with expanding the county from three to five commissioner districts was unable to agree on a fifth, and final, member.

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State leaders and public health officials are urging Washington residents to continue to take health precautions as a more infectious variant of COVID-19 is discovered in the state.

Washington Gov. Jay Inslee delivered the message during a tour of Spokane's Stevens Elementary School on Tuesday.

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Voters in Spokane resoundingly voted yes for a $65 million levy Tuesday.

About 64% voted in favor of the measure in an election where more than a third of registered voters in Spokane County participated.

Fourteen school districts had levies on the special election ballot Tuesday and every measure appears to be passing.

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The Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved disaster relief requests for nine eastern Washington counties and two Native tribes impacted by summer wildfires.