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  1. 30 acre brush fire near High Drive human caused

    30 acre brush fire near High Drive human caused

    Spokane Police Department officers closed nearby roads. Officers closed High Drive to traffic from Grand to Manito Boulevard.

  2. Surveillance photos show missing Oregon woman in SUV

    Surveillance photos show missing Oregon woman in SUV

    Photos captured from a gas station surveillance camera in Newberg show the last moment family members know about, in the mysterious disappearance of a Dundee mom and wife.

  3. Voodoo employee smashes doughnuts onto customer's windshield

    Voodoo employee smashes doughnuts onto customer's windshield

    “I walked into grab the manager and when I came out I noticed someone putting two big doughnuts underneath my windshield wipers,” Copeland said.

  4. N. Idaho boy recovering from rattlesnake bite

    N. Idaho boy recovering from rattlesnake bite

    Courtney Hines of Culdesac said that her son, Kaden McKenzie, was bitten on Saturday afternoon at the beach, about nine miles south of Asotin.

  5. Roller coaster cameras catch the best faces at Silverwood

    Roller coaster cameras catch the best faces at Silverwood

  6. New map shows how record Washington wildfire grew

    New map shows how record Washington wildfire grew

    The map shows how the fire began in four distinct places – noted with light blue – and then spread rapidly across the landscape, as shown in the light and then dark green.

  7. Crooks swipe Spokane trailer used to feed veterans

    Crooks swipe Spokane trailer used to feed veterans

    A charity that works to feed local veterans needs the community’s help. Their specialty trailer which includes a grill was taken from a North Spokane storage facility.

  8. Top 10 hardest Spokane area jobs during record heat

    Top 10 hardest Spokane area jobs during record heat

  9. DNR responds to claims of neglecting to save homes near Twisp

    DNR responds to claims of neglecting to save homes near Twisp

    Former firefighters Kim Maltias and Robbie Risley say they were busy dousing flames with garden hoses while firefighters a field away did nothing to help.

  10. NRA representative compares I-594 to Nazi Germany

    NRA representative compares I-594 to Nazi Germany

    A political blog posted video Monday claiming to have a recording of NRA representative Brian Judy questioning how Jewish people can oppose gun control.

  11. Ebola only a plane ride away from USA

    Ebola only a plane ride away from USA

    The growing Ebola outbreak in West Africa serves as a grim reminder that deadly viruses are only a plane ride away from the USA, health experts say.

  12. SPD ends W. Spokane stand-off  with armed suspect

    SPD ends W. Spokane stand-off with armed suspect

    Officers then tried to call the woman inside the home but there was no answer on her phone. Police made announcements over the PA system and continued negotiations with Hayden with no response.

  13. Hotel construction crews battle Spokane’s triple digit heat

    Hotel construction crews battle Spokane’s triple digit heat

    Workers estimated that the floor is 15 degrees hotter than anywhere else. Crews expected the heat at the construction site to hit about 114 degrees later in the afternoon.

  14. Horned man admits to Spokane Valley murder

    Horned man admits to Spokane Valley murder

    Rachael Colby is also charged. She admitted to helping her boyfriend load her mother’s body into her car. The couple abandoned the car near the Fred Meyer in South Spokane. The car sat there for about two months.

  15. Oregon mom missing for days, family searching for clues

    Oregon mom missing for days, family searching for clues

    A 38-year-old mom from Dundee went missing Thursday afternoon and her family has tirelessly searched for her with no luck. Now, they're asking the public to help find her.

  16. Wildfire near Wauconda doubles to 100 acres

    Wildfire near Wauconda doubles to 100 acres

    The Department of Natural Resources ordered aircrews to help with the fire due to the difficult terrain.

  17. Surgeon general: Stop tanning and save your skin

    Surgeon general: Stop tanning and save your skin

    Nearly 5 million people in the United States are treated for skin cancer each year, at a cost of $8.1 billion, A report says. About 63,000 cases are the most serious kind, melanoma, and about 6,000 of those are directly linked to indoor tanning.

  18. Near record heat wave hits the Inland Northwest

    Near record heat wave hits the Inland Northwest

    Partly cloudy skies and very mild temperatures are expected tonight, with a low of 68. Wednesday, we will get just a hair of a cool down under partly cloudy skies with a high of 96.

  19. Some upset over pot smokers on Vanc. patio

    Some upset over pot smokers on Vanc. patio

    A local restaurant and shop is pushing the legal envelope, by allowing customers to smoke pot in a designated spot on its patio.

  20. Small airplane crash kills 1 in Idaho

    Small airplane crash kills 1 in Idaho

    Crews with Two Bear Air Helicopter spotted the wreckage near the Blacklead Mountain area. There was no immediate word on the pilot.