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  1. Driver killed in crash in Spokane Valley

    Driver killed in crash in Spokane Valley

    Police said the man lost control of his car on South Bowdish and 17th. The car hit a tree on the driver’s side of the car.

  2. Police: Dead student ate more pot than recommended

    Police: Dead student ate more pot than recommended

    Authorities say a Wyoming college student who jumped to his death from a Denver hotel balcony ate more than the recommended serving of a marijuana cookie.

  3. One killed in head-on crash on Highway 395

    One killed in head-on crash on Highway 395

  4. Strangers donate online to help injured Spokane pug

    Strangers donate online to help injured Spokane pug

    It only took the clinic one hour to reach the total surgery cost. They even received extra in donations.

  5. 2 taken into custody in connection with third fast food robbery

    2 taken into custody in connection with third fast food robbery

    The robbery happened at the McDonald’s near N. Belt Street and W. Wellesley.

  6. Michaels confirms breach of as many as 2.6M cards

    Michaels confirms breach of as many as 2.6M cards

    Michaels Stores Inc. says Thursday that about 2.6 million cards used at its namesake stores may have been affected in a security breach but it has received “limited” reports of fraud.

  7. Robbery suspects stole $1,500 from local fast food restaurants

    Robbery suspects stole $1,500 from local fast food restaurants

    Authorities said the thieves that hit 3 separate fast food restaurants in the Spokane area got away with hundreds of dollars.

  8. Suspect barricades himself inside home in N. Spokane

    Suspect barricades himself inside home in N. Spokane

    SWAT team members swarmed a home after a man barricaded himself inside a unit inside a triplex.

  9. Pullman burglary suspect caught on camera

    Pullman burglary suspect caught on camera

    The owner accessed live security cameras and watched numerous suspects inside, according to authorities.

  10. Coeur d’Alene climber on Mt. Everest unharmed by avalanche

    Coeur d’Alene climber on Mt. Everest unharmed by avalanche

    The avalanche killed at least 12 Nepalese guides and left four missing. Four survivors were injured badly enough to require airlifting to a hospital in Katmandu.

  11. 4 junk foods to eat after exercising

    4 junk foods to eat after exercising

  12. Report: KC deputy accused of helping wife work as prostitute

    Report: KC deputy accused of helping wife work as prostitute

    King County Sheriff John Urquhart says three deputies on leave are part of an internal and a criminal investigation. He wouldn't say why, but The Seattle Times reports one deputy allegedly helped his wife work as a prostitute.

  13. Man 'kicked' by train during selfie

    Man 'kicked' by train during selfie

  14. Accused killer representing himself requests attorney

    Accused killer representing himself requests attorney

    Tony Callihan, 38, is charged with strangling his girlfriend Michelle Koenen in December of 2012 in Spokane. Callihan was later found and arrested in California.

  15. NASA finds Earth-like planet

    NASA finds Earth-like planet

  16. N. Idaho poachers taking heavy toll on game

    N. Idaho poachers taking heavy toll on game

  17. Avalanche sweeps down Everest, killing at least 12

    Avalanche sweeps down Everest, killing at least 12

    Alpine Ascent International, a Seattle-based company, currently has a group of climbers at the base camp. None of the climbers were involved in the avalanche, but five guide Sherpas working with the climbing company were on the slope at the time.

  18. Romanian couple built hidden bunker

    Romanian couple built hidden bunker

  19. New leadership kicks off Spokane County Raceway season Saturday

    New leadership kicks off Spokane County Raceway season Saturday

    Crews were setting up Friday for the first event of the raceway’s season. They said it is the first time a mud bog series was set to come to Spokane. Leaders at the raceway said it is just one of many changes they were making for the new season.

  20. Construction starts soon on $14 million on solid waste facility

    Construction starts soon on $14 million on solid waste facility

    Construction on the two-story center is expected to continue until middle 2015. The facility is expected to cost around $14,000,000.