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  1. Woman impaled in buttocks after texting while driving

    Woman impaled in buttocks after texting while driving

    A woman admits she was texting and driving when she hit a pole that went through her car, piercing her thigh and buttocks. Elizabeth firefighters had to saw off the front and back end of the pole to get the woman out.

  2. Girl dies after sand hole on Ore. beach collapses

    Girl dies after sand hole on Ore. beach collapses

    On Friday afternoon, Isabel Grace Franks was digging a three to five-foot hole in the sand a few yards from the ocean near the Seagull Motel on Northwest Harbor Avenue, according to the North Lincoln Fire Department.

  3. Small landslide carries casket down a hill at North Spokane cemetery

    Small landslide carries casket down a hill at North Spokane cemetery

    A mini landslide occurred in North Spokane Friday night carrying a vault holding a casket about 12-feet down a hill.

  4. Joan Rivers remains comatose

    Joan Rivers remains comatose

  5. Rollover crash on I-90 slows traffic for several hours

    Rollover crash on I-90 slows traffic for several hours

    It happened around 5 p.m. near Division. Officials closed two westbound lanes off traffic while they worked to clear the scene.

  6. Logan neighborhood safety concerns new GU students

    Logan neighborhood safety concerns new GU students

    Many students are living in the Logan neighborhood near the campus. Some students said they’ve noticed more transients in the area.

  7. Fort Worth police arrest driver with intimidating haircut

    Fort Worth police arrest driver with intimidating haircut

    A man arrested on suspicion of drunk driving has a scream-worthy haircut.

  8. Mars Hill co-founder grieved by controversy

    Mars Hill co-founder grieved by controversy

    While the young Mark Driscoll was a college pastor, he ran into Moi. The two hit it off immediately, and Driscoll soon joined Moi on his Christian radio show.

  9. Snakes in Riverfront Park scare Pig Out visitors

    Snakes in Riverfront Park scare Pig Out visitors

  10. Washington schools move forward with Common Core

    Washington schools move forward with Common Core

    Washington adopted the standards for math and English in 2011 and began using them in its public schools the following school year.

  11. 10 awesome things you didn't know your phone could do

    10 awesome things you didn't know your phone could do

    You see someone do something extraordinary with his or her phone that you did not know was even possible. Friends don't let friends have smartphone skill envy. Here are some of my favorite secrets buried in your phone settings that you probably don't

  12. Rams cut Michael Sam, 1st drafted openly gay player

    Rams cut Michael Sam, 1st drafted openly gay player

    Sam, 24, will be subject to waivers, and he could be claimed onto the 53-man roster of another team by the end of the weekend. If he is unclaimed, Sam could wind up on the Rams' 10-man practice squad.

  13. Levy fails, Lapwai students must take online PE course

    Levy fails, Lapwai students must take online PE course

    Lapwai School District Superintendent David Aiken told other media outlets the district can't afford to hire a physical education teacher, so students will have to take PE through the Idaho Digital Learning Academy, a state-sponsored online school.

  14. 12 businesses shoppers want at Northtown Mall

    12 businesses shoppers want at Northtown Mall

  15. First Spokane Valley marijuana store opens

    First Spokane Valley marijuana store opens

    Friday marked the grand opening of the first marijuana store in Spokane Valley. Unlike other stores, this building will include a coffee shop and cheaper prices.

  16. Dragoon Campground North of Spokane to open again next summer

    Dragoon Campground North of Spokane to open again next summer

    After being closed for nearly four years, Dragoon Campground not only re-opened this year, but looks to remain open next summer.

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  18. Tom takes Tailgate Weather to Lewiston

    Tom takes Tailgate Weather to Lewiston

    Each week, KREM 2 News selects two local football games. Students, parents and football fans are asked to vote for which football game Chief Meteorologist Tom Sherry visits on the following Friday.

  19. North Spokane barbershop helps kids get ready for school

    North Spokane barbershop helps kids get ready for school

    Allstars Hair Studios gave free haircuts to kids Sunday as they look to help collect enough school supplies for the year for Lidgerwood Elementary.

  20. Zombie run at Comstock Park raises money to help at risk children

    Zombie run at Comstock Park raises money to help at risk children

    Children of all ages participated in hour long rounds where they tried to out run hordes of zombies and reach check points where they would be equipped and resupplied.