SPOKANE, Wash. – Here are the top stories to know while you start your Friday, October 25:

Sheriff’s Office investigating sexual misconduct allegations against Spokane Police officer

Spokane Police confirmed to 4 News Now that the department was made aware Wednesday of accusations that the officer’s conduct was potentially criminal and sexual in nature. 

Memorial service honors veteran firefighter

Assistant Fire Chief Christian Johnson passed away earlier this month from injuries he sustained while fighting the Spring Coulee Fire. 

Convicted serial child rapist moved to Spokane Co. while another one of his victims speaks out

75-year-old Gregory Lee McCrea was convicted of raping eight children. In 1999, prosecutors said they believed there were many, many more victims.

No jail time for former Lewis & Clark HS student accused of harassment

Former Lewis and Clark High School student Ryan Lee will serve no jail time after taking an Alford plea and formally pleading guilty to a gross misdemeanor charge of harassment. 

Eastern football pumped up for rivalry game with the Griz

There’s no week quite like “Griz Week” when Eastern Washington finally gets to match up against their Big Sky rival, Keith Osso previews this weekend’s matchup in Missoula.

Watch Good Morning Northwest on 4 News Now beginning at 5 a.m. for all your news headlines and local weather forecast.






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