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  1. Government selling home of man connected to Spokane murder case

    Government selling home of man connected to Spokane murder case

    The case centers on James Henrikson, who had business dealings in North Dakota's oil patch with a man who was killed by an intruder in his Spokane home. Henrikson told police he was upset with the victim but denied any involvement in his death.

  2. Carlton Complex now 16% contained and storms on the way

    Carlton Complex now 16% contained and storms on the way

    Official said Spokane County Fire District 8 played a big role in saving homes. They said they saved 6 homes near Malott. A crew from Airway Heights also helped save homes in that area.

  3. GPS mapping: 775 acres burned by Tonasket wildfire

    GPS mapping: 775 acres burned by Tonasket wildfire

    The Bugg Road wildfire began threatening homes Monday afternoon. One home has been destroyed.

  4. 4 people escape enormous house fire in Coeur d'Alene

    4 people escape enormous house fire in Coeur d'Alene

    Officials said the fire started around 5 a.m. When they arrived they saw that four people inside the home were able to escape.

  5. Family in Pateros shocked to find home still standing

    Family in Pateros shocked to find home still standing

  6. Carlton Complex fire is the biggest in WA history

    Carlton Complex fire is the biggest in WA history

    The Methow Valley is no stranger to wildfires. Even those who have lived there for many years said they have never seen a wildfire quite like this one.

  7. Incredible drone video of fire destruction

    Incredible drone video of fire destruction

    Chelan HD Productions used a drone to capture footage of the Carlton Complex Fire's devastation.

  8. PHOTOS: Damage and flames in Pateros and Brewster

    PHOTOS: Damage and flames in Pateros and Brewster

  9. Watermelon Hill fire now 80% contained

    Watermelon Hill fire now 80% contained

    The wildfire southwest of Spokane near Fishtrap Lake is burning in unpopulated areas with no homes lost. Evacuation orders have decreased for almost all areas to Level 1, which means people should be aware they may have to leave.

  10. PHOTOS: Watermelon Hill fire burns thousands of acres

    PHOTOS: Watermelon Hill fire burns thousands of acres

  11. Target ribbon cutting Tuesday in Spokane

    Target ribbon cutting Tuesday in Spokane

  12. Police ask for help finding missing 44-year-old

    Police ask for help finding missing 44-year-old

  13. Wildfire donation centers receive and reject broken, dirty items

    Wildfire donation centers receive and reject broken, dirty items

    Donations sites have received everything from dirty, broken dishes to old underwear for fire victims. The picture above shows items that were unusable.

  14. Last body in Oso mudslide found

    Last body in Oso mudslide found

    Although the search for victims ended in April, workers have been screening debris and watching for the body of 44-year-old Molly Kristine "Kris" Regelbrugge. Her husband, John, was also killed.

  15. Aerial view of wildfires raging in Northwest Territories

    Aerial view of wildfires raging in Northwest Territories

    Wildfires in the Northwest Territories continue to send massive plumes of smoke skyward.

  16. Appeals court panel deals blow to Obamacare

    Appeals court panel deals blow to Obamacare

    The federal court ruled that participants in health exchanges run by the federal government in 34 states are not eligible for tax subsidies. Washington state has its own health exchange separate from the federal exchange.

  17. Historical Okanogan Co. area hit hard by wildfire

    Historical Okanogan Co. area hit hard by wildfire

    The people in this area not only lost their homes and barns but several cattle died as well along with much of the wildlife.

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  19. Elderly Everett woman missing nearly a week

    Elderly Everett woman missing nearly a week

    Family members believe Ethel A. O’Neil, 89, drove herself to the Everett Mall at about 2 p.m. on July 16 but never returned home.

  20. Carlton Complex power outage forces fruit company to relocate

    Carlton Complex power outage forces fruit company to relocate

    Workers have transported all the fruit to facilities in Brewster and Chelan. Director Bob Grandy said the power outage will not impact fruit deliveries or the price of their products.