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Home grown: Spokane inspires award-winning novelist Jess Walter’s latest book

For Jess Walter, his native Spokane inspired his latest novel, "The Cold Millions." New York, Hollywood and Italy were the scenes of some of Walter's prior novels, but the winner of the Edgar Allan Poe Award in 2005 for "Citizen Vince" taps into his hometown for "The Cold Millions." The novel commences in 1909 in Peace Valley Park.

Pair highlight ‘Humans of Mt. Spokane’ on social media

Even though school hasn’t been in session for months, the students at Mt. Spokane High School in the Mead School District north of Spokane have been getting to know each other through the “Humans of Mt. Spokane” pages on Instagram and Facebook.

WATCH: Jayda Noble Speaks Out About BLM

Mt. Spokane standout and UW commit, Jayda Noble, knows first hand how important change is right now when it comes to racial injustice and police brutality. Taylor Brooks catches up with Noble to talk about the importance of taking a stance for justice, equality, and respect.

WATCH: Rising Above | Jose Renteria

As a child, Jose Renteria didn't have a "normal" childhood. He had to grow up quickly in order to take care of his younger brothers. However, these last two years, Jose has finally been able to be a kid. Thanks to his aunt and Mt. Spokane High School.

WATCH: A Wildcat To A Cougar

Kannon Katzer has had his eyes set on playing for WSU Football. Earlier this week, his dream came true. This former Wildcat will be on the 2020 roster the Cougs.