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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. Officials warn of Ore. beach dangers after girl's death

    Officials warn of Ore. beach dangers after girl's death

    First responders in Oregon are looking to beef up their educational efforts after a tragic accident killed a 9-year-old girl.

  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. 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.

  5. 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.

  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. New technology helping WSP catch speeders with planes

    New technology helping WSP catch speeders with planes

    Many police agencies now use airplanes for their element of surprise as many speeders often know where radar equipped police cars usually hide out.

  8. Eatonville Post Office to be named for murdered park ranger

    Eatonville Post Office to be named for murdered park ranger

    The U.S. Postal Service is paying tribute to National Park Ranger Margaret Anderson who was shot and killed in 2012 while doing her job at Mount Rainier National Park.

  9. Idaho mom accused of drunk driving with kids in car

    Idaho mom accused of drunk driving with kids in car

    A 33-year-old woman faces charges of excessive DUI and two counts of injury to a child after police say she drove drunk with her two small children in the car.

  10. Oregon police: Texting driver kills 74-year-old bicyclist

    Oregon police: Texting driver kills 74-year-old bicyclist

    A 74-year-old Oregon was killed while biking near Rainier Saturday after being struck by a hit-and-run driver who was apparently texting, police said.

  11. 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.

  12. Trial to begin in the case of an accused wife killer

    Trial to begin in the case of an accused wife killer

    Jury selection is scheduled to begin Tuesday for a man accused of drugging and killing his estranged wife in 2010.

  13. 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.

  14. Upscale Denny's offers $300 combo meal

    Upscale Denny's offers $300 combo meal

    A new, upscale Denny's opened last week in New York City where guests can order the "Grand Cru Slam" combo meal for $300

  15. Joan Rivers remains comatose

    Joan Rivers remains comatose

  16. Washington's first charter school prepares to open

    Washington's first charter school prepares to open

    In some ways, the first day of school will be nothing new at First Place in Seattle.

  17. FBI says it's addressing nude celebrity photos

    FBI says it's addressing nude celebrity photos

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — The FBI says it is addressing allegations that nude photos of several female celebrities have been stolen and posted online.

  18. Vote Now: HSS 2Night Game of the Week

    Vote Now: HSS 2Night Game of the Week

    The Week 1 candidates feature a pair of GSL vs. IEL matchups, a reunion of former GNL rivals, and the defending 1A Washington State Champs against a 1-0 Idaho squad.

  19. Olympic National Park bans drones

    Olympic National Park bans drones

    Following a nationwide directive, Washington state's largest national park has joined the list of those banning drones.

  20. Western Washington native gives interview from North Korean captivity

    Western Washington native gives interview from North Korean captivity

    A Washington State native was among the men whom spoke out about their conditions in North Korean captivity.